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The packaging makes them good for a mail order gift.
I think these are perfect for mornings where I don't have time for breakfast and want something I can grab and eat while driving or once I'm at the office.
I keep them in the freezer for freshness, they are really moist and chewy once you let them thaw or microwave.
Very tasty. We enjoyed them almost morning.
Thank you for adding: Freeze upon receiving to maintain freshness
Will try again in the future... they were so good.
My friend gave me one and I had to order. Seems like there was only one flavor available when I ordered, I just ordered one kind and I usually try more than one flavor?Published 1 month ago by Teri Strange
These are healthy, but I wish they had more nuts or fruit in them. I tend to skip breakfast, so have these on hand.Published 1 month ago by Patsarts
I did not enjoy the taste all that much and regretted ordering a box of them. I ended up giving them to a friend who wanted to try them.Published 3 months ago by M. J. Rose
Not as rich or satisfying as some of the other flavors, but nice s a quick breakfast with a cup of coffee or tea.Published 3 months ago by SifuJon
Really filling cookie, a bit pricey but worth it in my eyes nice and soft, not crunchy. Perfect for on the go..Published 3 months ago by convenienceformom
These are great for mornings when I'm rushed. All flavors are delicious. They are BIG - some days I only eat half which is plenty.Published 4 months ago by Carol A. McDaniels
I toast these cookies in the toaster in the morning and they come out beautiful.
It keeps me filled for a long time but there is quite a bit of sugar in it so check the... Read more
They were called "muffin tops", and they were made with all the super-healthy macrobiotic ingredients with some orange juice thrown in. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Victor B. Schneider