Kakookies a healthy snack that is gluten free

I love cookies!  Of course it is not always a good idea to be chowing down on large bites of sugar, butter, carbs, and flour.  The good news is that Kakookies makes really delicious cookies that include all natural ingredients.  These tasty morsels are made of Oats, Dried fruits, and nuts.

What makes Kakookies different?  A gluten free cookie is hard to find.  And a gluten free cookie that does not use flour substitutes is even better.  These cookies are loaded with healthy goodness.  My favorite is the BOUNDARY WATERS BLUEBERRY.  I ate this cookie on a long day snowboarding and it really hit the spot.

When Sue Kakuk developed the Kakookie she said: “I wanted to bake something that was packed with energy and nutrition but had home-baked flavor; a good pre or post race snack and certainly a better breakfast option than fast food or a bowl of cereal”  The overall reason for creating this great snack was for cyclists.  This is a great food for the endurance athlete.  Because this is a cookie it is flat and light and can go on the road in a pocket.  The fact that these travel well makes them an excellent source of energy.

Next time you want some good nutrition to take with you check out Kakookies.  They are not super sugary.  All the natural flavors carry the taste.   The price $24 per dozen is because of the top quality ingredients.

www.kakookies.com

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Gelder Lewis has been snowboarding for more than 30 years. He heard Mark Allen speak at a motivational meeting and wanted to do a triathlon. He decided to get in shape for the winter months so he started doing triathlon. Now he is totally addicted and loves to swim, bike, run year round. Gelder enjoys testing, writing, talking and presenting information about all things gear and how it can enhance the endurance sport experience. Gelder still snowboards until the Greatest Snow on Earth melts each season.