Paleo Friendly, Gluten Free, Low Carb, Healthy Snacks, High Protein, Crunchy Cookies , Grain free, No Dairy, No Soy
- BEST TASTING PALEO SNACK COOKIE Sure to satisfy your sweet tooth and fuel your active lifestyle-low calorie, crunchy, thin and crispy treat. 4 grams of protein and only 120 calories per serving of 5 Brownie Thins.
- NATURALLY SWEET Nobody needs a sugar crash, so we created our snacks with no refined sweeteners. We use organic maple syrup and coconut sugar with a naturally lower glycemic index which means you can enjoy our snacks without the highs and lows.
- CONVENIENT HEALTHY TREAT Got a chocolate craving? Joyfully stick to a paleo or grain free diet plan without being tempted by refined sugar desserts by enjoying Brownie Thins. Grab and go for school, work, post CrossFit, yoga class, or other workouts.
- PREMIUM ORGANIC AND SUPERFOOD INGREDIENTS Avocado oil, raw hemp seeds, pure nib cocoa, egg whites, almond and coconut flours. No tapioca/cassava fillers used, as well as no grains, dairy, gluten, or soy.
- PALEO-FRIENDLY CERTIFIED AND APPROVED by The Paleo Foundation & Non-GMO Project Verified. Real whole foods are essential to Paleo recipes. Our delicious modern snacks deliver the positive nutrition to support you in living your very best life.
You are WRONG, Bara… i have a bag on my lap as I write this.. Paleo, Keto, dairy,gluten and grain free… written all over the bag. Read
all ingredients and see nothing detrimental to certain dietary restrictions. Don’t know what YOU’RE reading OR eating, but don’t think it’s these! .::: sorry to burst your rant; but if you are able to read English, it’s RIGHT THERE!
Hello dear Lillabees,
I have celiac disease. I am pretty good at reading labels for ingredients and figuring out what has/hasn't got gluten in it. Your labelling is misleading, a lot. I assumed "GF" on the packaging stands for "Gluten-free" which is an FDA protected label. This is what I did: assumed GF = gluten free, read the ingredients list and did not see any gluten/wheat derivates or ingredients. I was SO happy to find a healthy snack. I ate two disks and while staring at the packaging, admiring it, I realized that it does not say "gluten-free" anywhere on the packaging. It also does not say "dairy-free" just DF. I re-read ALL of the ingredients info including the tiniest little fine print: "Baked in a facility that uses wheat, tree nuts and peanuts on shared equipment" IN HORROR. Did I just gluten myself and ruined a year of work detoxing my system? Did I?
Does "GF" stand for gluten free or grain free in the case of this product? Was this product tested by the FDA?
Thank you in advance.
Please, for the benefit of all the celiacs out there, if your product has not been tested by the FDA, take the GF label off it immediately.
Lillabee Brownie Thins - Classic Chocolate - 3 Pack - Grain Free, Paleo Friendly