Saturday, 7 January 2012

How the Byron Cookie crumbles


I was luck enough to be sent a box of Byron Bay Cookies  for review who make delectable cookies from ingredients that are locally sourced and free range eggs.  It was like having all your Christmases rolled into one !


And some of the range is Gluten free- a win win situation for those who are coeliac and struggle to find a decent biscuit.

My son got straight  on to the Dotty one!



The biscuits come in a wide range of flavours,  I was sent White Chocolate Chip and Macadamia Nut, White Chocolate Chunk and Cranberry, Strawberry and Clotted Cream, Milk Chocolate Chunk, Fig and Pecan, Lemon Macademia Nut Shortbread, Sitcky Date and Ginger with Walnut and Dotty. 

 The gluten-free cookies come single wrapped like the other s to make sure that they don’t get contaminated by those naughty gluten cookies. They are distributed to cafes, to have with your take-away coffee and are also available in mini cookie bite boxes from larger Sainsbury’s stores and health food shops.



And the new cookie on the block is the single wrapped Gluten-Free cookie features pieces of real English strawberries, clotted cream and chunks of European white chocolate.
Like all Gluten-Free Byron Bay Cookies, the new gluten-free Strawberries & Clotted Cream cookie has been certified by Coeliac UK and approved by the Vegetarian Society.





The cookies are well basically huge  and would cause the Cookie Monster to go really really quiet for a long time!

J tried  the Dotty cookie appealed to him and to be honest its the first one I noticed too!.


Having tried a number of the cookies myself ( sorry Mr T it was just me and J ) one of my favourites was the Strawberry and Clotted Cream  they make the perfect mid morning or afternoon snack with a cup of tea.


There are so many different varieties to choose from and I still have one or two more to try, there's time yet for my favourite to change!
As long I had a decent size latte to go with these then I would gladly buy one from a coffee shop.
For more information: www.byronbaycookies.co.uk
You can also find them on Twitter: www.twitter.com/ByronBayCookie and Facebook: www.facebook.com/ByronBayCookies

1 comment:

  1. I have to try some of these! They look lovely and there's been loads of positive reviews. Sod plain digestives, lol! :O) x

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