Gluten Free, Chocolatey Goodness
Tired of gluten-free foods that have next to no nutritional value? So are we. The first ingredient in Jessica's chocolate chip cookie mix is teff. Teff is one of the smallest grains in the world. But don't let the size fool you - this little powerhouse delivers protein, fiber, calcium, amino acids and iron. Some consider it a superfood. Then comes healthy oat flour. Throw in a little flax and tapioca, mix everything together and you get one amazing, chewy chocolate chip cookie.
...Is the most common response our non-gf friends have when they first try Jessica's chocolate chip cookie mix. When they learn this delicious gf mix is made with the nutrient dense ancient grain teff, oat flour, and omega-rich flax -- we definitely get their attention. When we tell them teff is considered a superfood because it is high in protein, fiber, iron and rich in amino acids, they can't believe something good for you can taste so good.
Why settle for starchy flavorless flour blends that have so few health benefits when this mix has a delightful mild flavor and incredible texture that all your friends and family -- gf or not -- will rave about.
- 17 oz. package
- Makes 2 dozen cookies
- Certified Gluten Free, Vegan
- Non-GMO Verified
- No Rice Ingredients
- All Natural, No Artificial Anything
- By Pure Food by Estee / Made in the USA
Ingredients: Gluten-free flour blend (whole grain teff flour, certified gluten-free oat flour, tapioca flour, ground flax seed, xanthan gum), chocolate chips (sugar, unsweetened chocolate, cocoa butter, soy lecithin, vanilla extract), brown cane sugar, cane sugar, gluten-free rolled oats, baking soda, sea salt, corn starch. Contains: SOY
* Made on shared equipment with tree nuts, milk, eggs and soy.
~ Available for Local Next Day Delivery | Not eligible for return once opened
The problem with many gluten-free products is that while they are void of gluten, they are also void of nutritional value -- not only adding empty calories, but also doing little to satiate your hunger. Not to mention the tell-tale grit that is often experienced.
Teff, oat, and flax are not only nutrient dense, but do a much better job satisfying hunger than other gluten free flours. The texture is significantly smoother, as well.