Sunday, October 5, 2008

Three New Finds!!

I buy a lot of stuff in bulk on Amazon. I get free shipping from their Subscribe and Save program, and just last week I signed up for a free trial of Amazon Prime, which gives me free two-day shipping.

Here are three things that I recently "discovered" during an Ener-G promotion on Amazon...

1. Ener-G Chocolate Chip Potato Cookies. These are gluten-free, casein-free, soy-free, and egg-free. They are the dry/crispy kind of chocolate chip cookie as opposed to the soft kind, but they are good. They also can be microwaved for a few seconds to make them softer (but we eat them regular). I don't really do a lot of sweets for my kids, but I think it's okay to put one GFCFSF cookie into the lunchbox each day. My kids love these.

2. Ener-G Ginger Cookies. These are gluten-free, casein-free, soy-free, and egg-free. They also are the dry/crispy kind of cookie, like a ginger snap. These are tasty! I'm very happy to have found these!

3. Ener-G Chocolate Chip Snack Bars. These also are gluten-free, casein-free, soy-free, and egg-free. They are kind of like the chocolate chip cookies but more dense and with other things in them. They are quite substantial, so you could cut one into two pieces to stretch them further. I think these are too sweet to eat the whole bar. My kids like these! Maybe not the healthiest snack, but I'm happy to have them on hand for a snack or in a lunchbox. And I'll probably take a package over to my in-laws' house to have on hand in case the kids drop by.

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