Now those who need gluten-free foods can enjoy Liz Lovely's
incredible hand-made vegan cookies! These incredible cookies are
handcrafted in the Green Mountains of Vermont and combine vegan
baking with social responsibility. Liz Lovely cookies are not only
scrumptious, but they use only animal-free ingredients. A gourmet
vegan treat! Each pack contains 2 large cookies and are 6.3 oz
(180g). $3.49 per package. Available in 8 delicious
Cowboy: Hearty oatmeal chocolate chip cookies with
walnuts. Dark chocolate coating on the bottom and drizzled on
Cowgirl: A soft, sweet chocolate chip. Lightly baked,
so it has a chewy cookie dough taste. Yum!
Snickerdoodle: Melt-in-your-mouth goodness that's like
a cinnamon pillow sent straight from heaven. Made with
belly-warming cinnamon and the most delicate touch to create a
truly unforgettable cookie experience
Fudge: Rich and intense like a fudge brownie and loaded
with chocolate chips!
Ginger Snapdragons: Intense spices, sweet and sharp
candied ginger, and a deep undertone of blackstrap
Raisin: Old-fashioned flavor with a chewy, spicy
Poppyseed: Fresh, tart and loaded with crunchy
Peanut Butter Chocolate: More peanut butter than flour
plus peanut halves, a dark chocolate bottom layer, and dark
chocolate drizzles on top. Watch out, Reese's®!
Gluten-Free Cowboy - unrefined cane sugar, gluten-free
rolled oats, rice flour, dark chocolate (cocoa liquor, cane sugar,
cocoa butter, soy lecithin, vanilla extract), palm fruit oil,
walnuts, water, tapioca starch, xanthan gum, molasses, vanilla
extract, sea salt, potato starch, baking soda
Gluten-Free Snickerdoodle – rice flour, unrefined cane
sugar, palm fruit oil, potato starch, water, tapioca starch, cream
of tartar, vanilla extract, baking soda, sea salt, xanthan gum,
Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip - unrefined cane sugar,
dark chocolate(cocoa liquor, cane sugar, cocoa butter, soy
lecithin, vanilla extract), rice flour, palm fruit oil, potato
starch, Vermont well water, tapioca starch, unsulphured molasses,
vanilla extract, baking soda, sea salt, xanthan gum
Gluten-Free Chocolate Fudge - unrefined cane sugar,
dark chocolate( cocoa liquor, cane sugar, cocoa butter, soy
lecithin, vanilla extract), rice flour, palm fruit oil, Vermont
well water, cocoa powder, potato starch, tapioca starch,
unsulphured molasses, vanilla extract, baking soda, sea salt,
Gluten-Free Ginger Molasses - rice flour, unrefined
cane sugar, palm fruit oil, potato starch, Vermont well water,
baking soda, unsulphured molasses, tapioca starch, crystalized
ginger, spices, vanilla extract, sea salt, xanthan
Gluten-Free Oatmeal Raisin ingredients: Gluten-free
rolled oats, evaporated cane juice, rice flour, raisins, palm fruit
oil, Vermont maple syrup, walnuts, Vermont well water, potato
starch, unsulphured molasses, tapioca starch, xanthan gum, vanilla
extract, baking soda, spices, sea salt
Lemon ingredients: rice flour, evaporated cane juice,
unsweetened coconut, palm fruit oil, potato starch,water, lemon
juice, tapioca starch, xanthan gum, organic vanilla extract, baking
soda, sea salt
From Pachamama of Sutton, Massachusetts on 2/21/2012.
These are yummy! Try them frozen for a fun treat.
From stephanie shaner of saint louis, Missouri on 11/30/2011.
Tried the snickerdoodles. My 3 year old is in love with them and I have never tasted any so soft.
From Linda of Java Center, New York on 8/9/2011.
The chocolate fudge cookies almost make me not mind my gluten intolerance (& that's saying something!)
Most Awesome Cookie
From Anonymous of Little Falls,, New York on 4/30/2011.
My daughter and I had our first Chocolate Fudge Gluten Free Cookie yesterday and they were absolutely awesome! We are relatively new to being gluten/dairy free and these were like striking a gold mine for her!!
Not worth it at all.
From Edmund P. Crumb of Louisville, Kentucky on 9/29/2010.
I tried three flavors, German Chocolate, Molasses, and Oatmeal Raisin and all three were simply not good at all. In fact, I gave the other cookie away in two of the flavors I tried away and with the other set, I threw the extra away. For the fatty punch these cookies pack, they are simply not worth it. I know there is only so much you can do without gluten when making cookies, but I would love to know who at Liz Lovely approved these for sale. I will say that the person I gave two of the extra cookies I had to liked them. I don't see how, though. As one reviewer mentioned above, they taste kind of raw. Especially the oatmeal raisin and German chocolate. I think the molasses cookie could have been good, if it were a little firmer and the spices adjusted. Keep searching if you need a gluten-free cookie fix.
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