I was thrilled to find these here. I love them and you get a nice sized bag for a great price. These have a good flavor and are crunchy. My fav's are the peanut butter and the pecan shortbread. I am on here now to order more. Hope they never stop selling these. Best sugar-free cookies I have ever eaten.
This review is specific to Sugar-free Cookies, Pecan Shortbread
I'm not a diabetic, but I am looking to lower my sugar intake -- what better way to satisfy my sweet tooth than sugar-free cookies?!
I ordered the coconut kind because I am a coconut FANATIC, and was pretty impressed with the ingredient list and nutrition stats. It's only 95 calories for 4 cookies, and normally it only takes 1 or 2 to quell my after-dinner cravings.
These cookies have a great, lightly sweet coconut flavor to them. Unfortunately, they are very small (about the size of a half dollar) and VERY crispy, so you can't really just take a bite of one. You really need to pop the whole thing in your mouth and give a good crunch to taste it. Alone they are really nothing special... I like to dress them up with a little dollop of Cool Whip or Jell-O sugar free cheesecake pudding to really make them into a delicious sweet treat. All in all, an OKAY substitute for the sugar-laden cookies at your grocery store, but if you're looking for something overly sweet, this is not it.
This review is specific to Sugar-free Cookies, Coconut
I used Maltitol in a brownie recipe and yum! These were absolutely delicious, even better than brownies made with sugar. Maltitol is very thick & sticky so it was a little messy, but I am better prepared for next time I use it. I needed 1 cup for the brownie and the glaze to make 8 brownies, so if you need more, order more than 1 bottle.
February 19, 2010 Reviewer: Betsy in North Carolina
The Best. Honestly. Even with the maltitol. THICK. Full of flavor. Have tried LOTS of other s-f/low-carb pancake syrups, and this, hands down, unquestionably, is tops. .....
We've been on Atkins diet 6 years and found this ~3 years ago. GREAT cooking additive as well, i.e. to add to room temperature or hot foods, whether drizzled over fruit compotes, french toast, pancakes, La Nouba waffles, fried apples w. cinnamon, sweet potatoes (all these foods are treats we have in smaller quantities). Would be fine with chilled foods as well, but because the syrup is SO thick, it becomes even thicker at cold temps. If I need a thinner pouring consistency, I put some in a MW-safe condiment cup or bowl and warm it in the microwave 10-20 seconds.
I have tried nearly every sugar-free pancake syrup product on the market. Most are either too runny or taste awful. Joseph's is perfect. It is thick and tastes just like maple syrup. Don't overeat too much of this though. Excessive consumption can be unfortunate.