Nov 19, 2009
nutritionista:

I’m very intrigued by these cookies, even more so because of their ridiculously high price. It wouldn’t deter me, though, if their ingredients make them worth it. I’ve been known to purchase a container of hemp protein powder for $18.99 or a canister of Aztec Hot Chocolate for $8.99.
You know, I balk at spending more than $50 on any item of clothing, shoes, or bag, but I have no problem dropping $150 on groceries in one pop. Does that make me a food snob? I guess I just feel like what’s going IN my body is more important to me than what goes ON it. That also explains why I give myself a huge grocery budget compared to other people my age/in my income bracket.
georgiegirlnyc:

For all the cookie monsters in my life who also try and remain healthy, I just stumbled across a treat for you.
I popped into the Westerly Natural Market (I thank my lucky stars I live so close) to pick up some supplies.  They always have someone in there peddling a new product.  And I always stop and have a little taste.  Which is how I discovered Cavemen Cookies. From their website:
All of the ingredients in Cavemen Cookies are basic items that early men and women had access to. That means that they are All-Natural, Gluten-Free, and contain no grains or dairy. Better yet – they are just 65 calories per cookie!
They’re made from nuts, fruit and honey! In fact - our cookies are made from such simple, wholesome ingredients that they will satisfy your sweet tooth and keep you feeling full and satisfied due to the protein, dietary fiber, and good fats that they contain!
I don’t even particularly like cookies but I do have the largest sweet tooth known to man.  OH MY GOD.  These cookies are divine.
The only downside is that they are pricey - $10.99 for a 6oz bag.  That’s what I get for grocery shopping on an empty stomach.


My friend is on the caveman diet and went nuts when I sent these to him…he said it would change his life because his “cheat” days mostly consist of sweets.  He’s going to bring one in for me…we’ll see if it changes my life too…

nutritionista:

I’m very intrigued by these cookies, even more so because of their ridiculously high price. It wouldn’t deter me, though, if their ingredients make them worth it. I’ve been known to purchase a container of hemp protein powder for $18.99 or a canister of Aztec Hot Chocolate for $8.99.

You know, I balk at spending more than $50 on any item of clothing, shoes, or bag, but I have no problem dropping $150 on groceries in one pop. Does that make me a food snob? I guess I just feel like what’s going IN my body is more important to me than what goes ON it. That also explains why I give myself a huge grocery budget compared to other people my age/in my income bracket.

georgiegirlnyc:

For all the cookie monsters in my life who also try and remain healthy, I just stumbled across a treat for you.

I popped into the Westerly Natural Market (I thank my lucky stars I live so close) to pick up some supplies.  They always have someone in there peddling a new product.  And I always stop and have a little taste.  Which is how I discovered Cavemen Cookies. From their website:

All of the ingredients in Cavemen Cookies are basic items that early men and women had access to. That means that they are All-Natural, Gluten-Free, and contain no grains or dairy. Better yet – they are just 65 calories per cookie!

They’re made from nuts, fruit and honey! In fact - our cookies are made from such simple, wholesome ingredients that they will satisfy your sweet tooth and keep you feeling full and satisfied due to the protein, dietary fiber, and good fats that they contain!

I don’t even particularly like cookies but I do have the largest sweet tooth known to man.  OH MY GOD.  These cookies are divine.

The only downside is that they are pricey - $10.99 for a 6oz bag.  That’s what I get for grocery shopping on an empty stomach.

My friend is on the caveman diet and went nuts when I sent these to him…he said it would change his life because his “cheat” days mostly consist of sweets.  He’s going to bring one in for me…we’ll see if it changes my life too…

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