Good Cookies, thats all I can say. My kids drove me crazy from the first second they were dilivered andmade me make them right away. Once again Good Cookies. Be Aware that they are Dairy if that is a issue :)
My friends and I like this Pamela's mix, and when I have non-gluten-free people over they are gone quickly. A friend has the same result. My husband likes them even though he is not a cookie fan and is not gluten-free. I often chop Made-in-Nature brand (from iherb) organic apricots, cranberries, nuts, and even prunes in the food processor and add about 3/4 cup of the fruit and nut mixture to the cookie dough and it turns out great. I do it to make them healthier. I have been gluten free for 5 years and find this a good and reasonably priced mix. It beats making my own from scratch, which I sometimes do. Sometimes I add chocolate chips, but it is definitely not necessary--make sure if you do add chocolate chips that they are also GF. Would I prefer an old-fashioned chocolate chip cookie with wheat flour? Yes! But I like these for themselves and buy them regularly.
Pamela’s is a favorite brand in our household and definitely one of the best gluten free cookie mixes. If you're substituting coconut oil for butter, decrease the amount used by 2 teaspoons.