Though we have trialed Cappello’s Gluten Free Cookie Dough, I’ve opted not to give it a star rating since it’s really out of our household realm in terms of price. I think it is a quality artisan product though. So I have included lots of notes to help you decide if it is worth the splurge!
Cappello’s Gluten Free Cookie Dough is a joint effort with the team behind Primal Palate. It’s darn close to paleo (there is a little evaporated cane juice in the chocolate chips). It’s also made with wholesome all-natural, non-GMO ingredients: almond flour, dairy-free chocolate morsels (soy-free), organic maple syrup, arrowroot flour, organic coconut oil, organic sea salt, organic vanilla, and baking soda.
Tasting Notes for Cappello’s Gluten-Free Cookie Dough
The dough is a little crumbly when cut due to the sheer volume of chocolate chips (not a bad thing!). But they are easy to reshape. Aside from that, they’re as easy to make as any other cookie. They emerge with a nice, chewy consistency. Much like my favorite chocolate chip cookies (picture below is from my kitchen). That said, when we eat cookies, it’s because we’re craving dessert.
For us, Cappello’s Gluten Free Cookie Dough produced cookies that simply weren’t very sweet. In fact, it seemed the salt and sweetener were getting equal face time. The flavor was more like an almond flour biscuit. If your taste buds have become heightened to sugar, than I think these may hit the mark. But if you are like us, and still indulge in sweet desserts on occasion, I’d think of these like a healthy, very lightly sweet breakfast cookie.
Ingredients: almond flour, organic maple syrup, chocolate morsels (unsweetened chocolate, organic cane sugar, cocoa butter), arrowroot flour, organic unrefined coconut oil, organic vanilla extract, sea salt, baking soda. contains tree nuts (almond and coconut). Made in a facility that also produces products with peanuts, soy, milk, egg and gluten.
Nutrition (per 26-gram cookie): 130 calories, 9g fat, 10g carbs, 2g fiber, 5g sugars (includes 5g added sugars), 2g protein.*
Ingredients: almond flour, organic maple syrup, chocolate morsels (unsweetened chocolate, organic cane sugar, cocoa butter), organic coconut oil, arrowroot flour, organic cocoa powder, organic vanilla extract, baking soda, sea salt. contains tree nuts (almond and coconut). Made in a facility that also produces products with peanuts, soy, milk, egg and gluten.
Nutrition (per 26-gram cookie): 130 calories, 9g fat, 11g carbs, 2g fiber, 5g sugars (includes 5g added sugars), 2g protein.*
The Facts on Cappello’s Gluten Free Cookie Dough
Price: $13 per 12-ounce roll of dough (bakes 13 cookies)
Certifications: Cappello’s Gluten Free Cookie Dough is Certified Gluten-Free, Certified Paleo Vegan, and Certified Kosher.
Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Cappello’s Gluten Free Cookie Dough is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegetarian, vegan, and paleo.*
For More Product Information: Visit the Cappello’s Gluten Free website at cappellosglutenfree.com.
*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy.
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I did not know what to expect but I thought these were fabulous! I was satisfied after JUST ONE COOKIE. Perhaps due to the protein content of almond flour? There was crunch, sweetness, saltiness and semi-sweet chocolate in every bite. These will always be in my freezer for a quick snack or to serve guests. Also, baking them filled my apartment with the classically awesome scent of baking cookies.
Yum, dense and delicious
So nutrient dense, they tasted delicious and had enough protein to be like a meal:)
Just awful...house of 4 and no one liked them at all. Very disappointed.
They just are not good enough. They are not “tasty” if that make sense. It is like eating some dry, crumbly dough with very bitter chips in it. Ugh no thank you! Life is WAY too short to eat these!