Natasha's Health Nut Cookies

| Nov 3, 2007

We recently taste-tested some of these robust little cookies, and my, are they good. Natasha, a long-time Russian baker, makes them with almond meal instead of flour so that people with celiac disease can enjoy them.

Because they only have about six grams of low glycemic carbs, they're good for people with diabetes as well. They even pack a few grams of protein and fiber and some anti-oxidants and vitamin E into their 120 calories.

At $6.49 (plus shipping and handling) for a six-pack, they're a little pricey for cookies, but not bad compared to the price of most health bars. Just one cookie will satisfy you for a good long time. You can order all three toothsome flavors at

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Posted by mgordon on 11 November 2007

My sister made a cake with almond and sweetened with unsweetened applesauce. It was quite tasty and a hit.

Posted by Anonymous on 19 February 2009

They're also Gluten-Free. Since we PWDs have a much higher rate of Celiac Disease than the normal population, that's a great +++.

(BTW: "PWDs" = "Persons with Diabetes", I HATE using the "ic" word.)

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