Udi’s Soft Baked Cookies | Triumph Dining Product Review

UDIs-Gluten-Free-Soft-Baked-Cookies-Maple-Pecan-Chocolate-Chip-698997807551We’ve all been there before: wandering down the gluten-free aisle of the grocery store and face-to-face with a shiny new package of cookies that promises to be the best you’ve ever had. Then you get home, rip into the bag, only to discover that these packaged cookies are crumbly, hard and disgusting.

Luckily, Udi’s Gluten-Free has introduced three new soft baked shelf-stable cookies into their product line: Peanut Butter Coconut, Sea Salt Caramel Cashew and Maple Pecan Chocolate Chip. These cookies are sweet, salty and crunchy, and are all made with non-GMO cereal grains.

If you’re a fan of freshly baked cookies you will be a fan of these. From the smell that escapes the package right when you open it, to the buttery, sweet and salty bites, these cookies are a new favorite GF treat. If you still have your nose up in the air and won’t settle for anything less than “fresh baked,” try throwing one of these bad boys in the microwave for 10-15 seconds and then tell us you still don’t love it.

Know what the best part of soft baked cookies are? The fact that when you open the package, these cookies are still in whole cookies, not crumbly little pieces at the bottom of the package. Plus these cookies bypass most GF cookies out there as the mouthfeel is not compromised. That’s right, it even feels like a cookie! There’s no dusty aftertaste or turning into paste after a few chews.

Something I’ve noticed about GF cookies is that they always seem teeny-tiny compared to their wheat-filled counterparts. These cookies, however, are huge by GF cookie standards with each cookie measuring about 2 inches in diameter. So while it’s still hard to adhere to the one cookie serving size, it’s not impossible! Note: all three flavors contain egg and nuts.


7 thoughts on “Udi’s Soft Baked Cookies | Triumph Dining Product Review”

  1. Yes I’ve tried the caramel cashew and cried it was so good. Mmmm. The texture and taste is awesome. The best gf & chocolate free snack that I know of to satisfy the sweet&salty craving mix! Fills me up and has protein(cashews) healthy right? And caramel which I love but hardly eat now that I am gluten&soy&chocolate free.
    You must try them!
    Only warning if you eat 2-3 real fast on an empty stomach you might get the “this is too rich” tummy feeling. Which in a good way helps reinforce moderation.
    I love these cookies!

  2. I love Udi’s Sea Salt Caramel Cashew cookies! I cannot eat chocolate, so these cookies are a delicious alternative!

  3. I love the Sea Salt Caramel cookies too. Unfortunately, the ones I seem to get taste a little dried out most of the time. Its rare that I get a box with cookies that are soft and fresh when I open it.

  4. These cookies are the best…I love the Sea Salt Caramel Cashew. Definitely worth hunting down if you haven’t tried them yet!

  5. Hi Marilyn,
    Have are a couple options for you. Glutino’s – vanilla crème is crispy and delicious. They also make a chocolate one. I like the vanilla better. There is a shortbread cookie by Schar, also crisp and tasty. They are ever bit as good as Lorna Dunes. If you have a Wegman’s where you are, they have a sugar cookie mix which you can also make snickerdoddles from. Very good. If you have a Trader Joes they have an awesome G/F brownie mix. I add choc chips & nuts to it. Hope this helps. Also you might try Pamela’s cookies. Some I like and some I don’t. Keep looking and trying there is some good stuff out there. Marge

  6. The Udi’s Salted Caramel Cashew cookies are the best!! I, like many I’m sure, wanted to cry when I found out I had Celiac. All I saw was what I couldn’t eat, especially when it came to snacks. I just found these cookies the other day in my Giant supermarket. THEY ARE TO DIE FOR!! I look forward to trying other Udi’s cookies and snacks.

    Keep it coming Udi’s – We love you! THANK YOU!!

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