I love finding out about new products and brands through the blogs I read and today I’m sharing a review of Caveman Cookies with you. I recently discovered the brand in a care package my parents sent me. The healthy cookies are made with ingredients our ancestors had (and none of the artificial junk from today) and are perfect if you follow a paleo diet and equally delicious if you don’t.
Caveman Cookies review
The Caveman Bakery is a woman-owned business launched in 2009 that makes all-natural, healthful Paleolithic baked goods that taste REALLY good. Caveman Cookies‘ products are also kosher, gluten-free, GMO-free and free of refined sugar. These healthy cookies are satisfyingly sweet but not too sweet and are chewy and moist unlike some healthy products out there. Another plus? Caveman Cookies are small and individually packaged if you’re looking to control your portions and also make a great snack.
So for a quick rundown of the flavors I’ve personally tried:
Each cookie is between 2.25 and 2.75 inches and between 65 and 75 calories per cookie depending on the flavor. They’re on the smaller side but are chewy and satisfying. Caveman Cookies have a shelf life of one year if stored in a dry location at room temperature.
Original: This flavor has raisins and walnuts and tastes like a spice cake. My fave, although you can’t go wrong with any of the flavors.
Rainforest: These cookies are made with cherries and exotic rainforest flavors like Brazil nuts and cayenne pepper.
Alpine: The Alpine variety takes the Swiss flavor combination of hazelnuts and chocolate but uses carob instead of chocolate.
Mayan: This flavor blends chili and chocolate (but in a delicious way) with a bit of chia for a subtly sweet, chewy cookie.
Caveman Cookies taste healthy but in the best way possible. Moist, unprocessed and a guilt-free treat, I’d absolutely recommend these cookies whether you follow a paleo diet or not.
You can buy Caveman Cookies via Amazon.