From Laura's Website:
"Our passion is making deliciously decadent healthy cookies for everyone to enjoy."
These Bitelettes are cookie-dough like morsels developed by Laura Trice, MD.
Two cookies was what most people surveyed said they grabbed when they wanted a snack of bite-lettes, saying two fit just right in their hands. So the nutritional data are calculated for two Bite-lettes as a serving.
These dried-fruit and fruit-juice sweetened bites come in flavors like Oatmeal Raisin and Oatmeal Chocolate Chip, as well as Better Brownie, which is gluten-free. Laura's uses rice flour, tapioca starch and rice syrup. The Bite-lettes are wheat free, as well. They use oat flour instead of wheat flour - and non-aluminum baking powder.
In addition to all of that, Laura's cookies are non-GMO. That means no genetically modified organisms.
Are you on Weight Watcher's? Laura's cookies tend to be about 1 point per cookie (or less for Cole's cashew).
- Oatmeal Chocolate Chip
- Oatmeal Raisin
- Xtreme Chocolate Fudge
- Cranberry Breakfast
- Mint Double Fudge
- Vanilla Vanilla
Bite-lettes are best if eaten before 6 months after the bake date. After the sealed package is opened, about 2 weeks.
How to Eat Them
Some people like to eat the bitelettes just as they are. Others like to cut them into halves for a quick grab-and-go bite. They can also be dipped in milk just like any cookie. If you like your treat warm, you can microwave briefly to melt the chocolate. Also like cookies, you could sprinkle bitelettes on your favorite ice-cream or yogurt (frozen or not). Whipped cream and cream cheese are nice pairings, too. Eat just as they are, or doctor them up a bit - either way, these are delicious and nutritious.
Visit Laura's Website: Laura's Wholesome Junk Food
Disclosure: We have no affiliation with the manufacturer mentioned above.
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