Giveaway! Homefree Cookies: Allergy Free and Still Tasty!

Got some cookie monsters at your house? We sure do. These two are such a pair. When they aren’t squabbling, they play so well together. And one thing they do super well together is eat.

I swear I am feeding hobbits over here. They are always hungry. So much so that it’s become a family joke, when FishChick says, “Nanna, I hunree.”

I swear, Mom, I do feed them.

Like most children, they love cookies. And since I’m on this new health food kick, I’ve eschewed most store-bought cookies. (Mine are better, anyway.) But, every once in awhile it’s nice to have some prepackaged item to tote around. So, I’m open to trying new things, especially if the manufacturer exerts some efforts to make the food just a little bit healthier.

Last week we had the chance to taste Home Free Cookies. These are billed as an allergy-free snack.

According to the manufacturer:

HomeFree products are:

§  Free of peanuts, tree nuts, eggs and dairy

§  Certified whole grain – each cookie serving contains at least ½ serving of whole grains

§  Certified organic

§  Fine for most people allergic to wheat (not gluten-free; contain oats)

§  Fine for most people allergic to soy (most contain soy lecithin)

§  Baked and packaged in a dedicated bakery

§  Allergen tested

§  Without trans fat or cholesterol

§  Without corn sweeteners, artificial colors, artificial flavors, MSG, and genetically modified organisms (GMOs)

§  Certified vegan (oatmeal cookies, and coffee cakes)

§  Certified kosher pareve and some available Pas Yisroel

While none of the FishKids have confirmed allergies, our history of eczema has given me more than one raised eyebrow when my kid reacts to a certain food. We’ve also had friends whose children have food sensitivities and allergies. While we are super careful when entertaining these friends in our homes, I know that isn’t always the case.

As a mom, and a clinical psychologist, I realize how important it is for kids with food allergies to feel included at social occasions, where a sweet treat is often part of the fun. – Jill Robbins, founder

Families with food allergies need to be extra vigilant to make sure that what their child ingests is not harmful. At the same time, you don’t want your kid to be consoled with a few carrot sticks while the rest of the party is eating birthday cake. Home Free Treats were created with this in mind.

When you hear that something is dairy-free, peanut-free, tree nut-free, and egg-free, well, you just might wonder if it’s taste-free. We were very pleasantly surprised.

The FishFam gave these treats the test. We came, we tasted, we gave them two-thumbs up. I thought they were delicious. I love it that this is a whole grain, organic snack. Yes, it’s a “treat,” but such a step up from Sugar-Coated Cocoa Munchies.

Today I’ve got a bunch of boxes to give away! Yeah! Three winners will each receive two boxes of cookies (one oatmeal and one mini-chocolate chip).

Simply leave a comment, telling us who you’ll share your cookies with if you win.

And if you don’t want to share, if you want to be that mom who hides in the laundry room to sneak a sweet treat, and mumbles, “Nuffing, ” when your 3 year old says, “Whatcha eating, Mama?” Well, I won’t say a word. Not one single word.

Contest will be open until Sunday night at 8 pm PST. Winners to be chosen at random and announced next week.

This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to aandswb@, bt31764@, tabascolds@

Disclosure: Our family received samples of Home Free Treats to taste. I was not compensated to share my opinion. The statements above have not been influenced in anyway by free cookies.

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  1. I too am on a health kick. I have fibro so really starting to read about food. I am also trying to lose weight. My kiddos love cookies. They are 4 and 8………..would love to give these a try. And since they say they don’t like oatmeal, I may sneak one or two while they are at school!

    ps…just found your blog from friends at #Relevant10 and subscribed. Love it!

  2. I would share them with my husband who does have some allergies but still loves cookies. Great website. Thanks for all your hard work.

  3. I will share my cookies with my husband. i’ll even let him have more than 1 cookie!

  4. Preparedmom says:

    I am thrilled to learn about this product. We have kiddos with peanut allergies in our home and so therefore I bake almost everything myself (Oreos are a safe treat, but I know how unhealthy they are!). I would love to win 2 boxes of these “safe” cookies and my kiddos would be thrilled, too! Thanks!

  5. We will share them with my son’s friend who has many food allergies. It will be fun to have a special treat for him whenhe comes over!

  6. Carmen Erickson says:

    Both my husband and I have food allergies, so I would share with him and we could enjoy a lovely treat! :)

  7. I will share my cookies with my children.

  8. Would love to try, I am always looking for something my family can eat. We will soon be going dairy-free, soy free, gluten free because of allergies with our youngest.

  9. I would love to win these to share with my niece and nephew who need to be gluten and dairy-free. I totally understood the quote on the side about including kids in social events. It is difficult to try to make food the entire family can eat and also enjoy.

  10. I’ll share with my hubby and kids (well…..maybe)

  11. I would share them with my daughter’s friend who has a really bad peanut allergy.

  12. Michelle Z. says:

    I’d share with my son, who has a food allergies. Actually…I’d let him take them to preschool so that he could share a snack with the class! Two things that really “get” to him are that he can’t eat the treats that his friends bring to school, and that we can’t buy many cookies from the store for him to take to school when it’s his turn to bring snack. Most of the store bought cookies that are allergen-free taste…well…only slightly better than I imagine the packaging must taste.

  13. I’ll let my own two cookie monsters share with each other!!!

  14. I’ll share them with my little one…and maybe my husband, too :)

  15. Tara LaPierre says:

    I will give them to my babies and maybe take one or two for myself and my honey ;)

  16. I would *give* them to my 11-yr old cousin, who has a host of allergies, including nuts, as well as a soy “sensitivity”.
    I’m definitely impressed by the product’s claims – I tried to be both soy and dairy free while nursing my first child [he was colicky and we had to try everything] and kept finding either one or the other in everything. I have such a profound respect for those with food allergies and those cooking/shopping for them!

  17. Jonalynn says:

    I will share them with the kids and my neices and nephews. My sister and I are always trying to come up with healthy snacks for the kids. Ours, too, are bottomless pits, so help is always appreciated.

  18. I have a friend who is very allergic to all nuts and most cookies are processed in plants with nuts, so she can never eat them. We spend most parties hunting down packaging for all items to see what she can or cannot touch let alone eat. Maybe I’ll stick a box in her bag next time she’s around :)

  19. I would give every one of them to my 8 year old son who has severe allergies to dairy , peanuts & beef!

  20. I would share with my entire family. My daughter would love them.

  21. Merry Jo says:

    If I win these cookies, I’d give them to a friend who has a child with very severe food allergies. I know she’d enjoy them! Thanks for the chance! :)

  22. Michelle says:

    Organic cookies-Yum!

  23. I will share these with my kids. Maybe. If they behave I guess. And if these cookies aren’t so good that I deem them unshareable.

  24. Definitely my daughter!

  25. I would share the cookies with my kids.

  26. I would LOVE to win these!! I would share them with my 2-year-son, who is allergic to peanuts, tree nuts, and eggs. Those allergies pretty much eliminate the option of most store bought goodies. These would be so handy to have as an option. Thanks for the contest!

  27. Share? Ha. I would gladly share them with my grandsons!

  28. We’ll share them with our peanut-free friends.

    Thanks!

  29. Thank you! I would share with my 6 year old cookie monster.

  30. Sneaking snacks from my 3 yr old in the laundry room? Is there a camera in my house? But I’ll probably share with her this time!

  31. I will share with mhy 4 children. YUM!

  32. I will share them with my 2.5 year old daughter, who is peanut allergic! Thanks!

  33. I would share with both my son and my hubby. I’m sure it would be hard for me to not keep sneaking a cookie here and there all during the day though!

  34. I would love to try these and share them with my kiddos. All three of them have severe peanut allergies, so we are always looking for alternatives! Thanks!

  35. Do I have to share?? Actually, my children would probably devour these as a snack or I may pack them in their school lunches.

  36. I have a friend who is lactose intolerant, so I would share these with her. Of course, I would probably eat some of them myself. :-)

  37. I’d share the cookies with my daughter…. She LOVES cookies and would be the perfect person to share with.

  38. Love to check out your blog daily for helpful tidbits! I would use these for treats in our daily lunches, mine and my daughters! My son doesn’t like to take his lunch but I’m sure he would eat some when he got home from school as well. Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway.

  39. Of course, I would share them with my son – they are the perfect size for an afternoon treat after playing outside in the spring weather. However, I’d also share them with a good friend of mine, who has recently gone dairy, gluten and soy free.

  40. My coworkers – to SHOW them, not just TELL them, that healthy foods are good, too.

  41. I would love to win this product! I have a friend whose husband is allergic to soy and dairy (hopefully this product doesn’t contain soy), which necessitates that she make virtually everything from scratch. They are expecting their first baby in less than two weeks, so she probably won’t feel up to baking for a while. I would love to take a box of these cookies to them along with a meal!

  42. I would definitely share with the kiddos. Cookies are more fun when shared!

  43. Stephanie Lewis says:

    I will share them with my girls and my husband (if he’ll eat them).

  44. These sound great. I would definitely share them with my 3 kids and husband. We might even watch a movie while eating them :)

  45. Elizabeth R says:

    I would share them with hobby and kids, but I would also sneak extras for myself.:-)

  46. My 2-year-old niece was recently diagnosed with a peanut and tree nut allergy. I would share them with her–I know that her mom would be relieved to have some treats that she knows are safe but she doesn’t have to make herself!

  47. Well with 5 of us in the family, my guess is that these would be gone before I got a chance to give a box away! But if I managed to get them away from my kiddos and mostly my husband, I would share with my neighbor who tries to feed her twins healthy and organic snacks as well.

  48. I will gladly share these with my family. We are always on the lookout for peanut and treenut free products!

  49. I would share them with my own hobbits. I have 4 girls and they want food a lot! Sometimes I shake my head and say to my husband, “Imagine if they were BOYS!”

  50. I suppose I could share with my husband. :-)

  51. My kids and husband.

  52. My husband and son love cookies too!!

  53. My family – I am currently gluten-free and we are working towards getting the kids gluten-free for behavior/attention concerns.

  54. I would love to try these in my kiddos lunchboxes!

  55. I would share the cookies with my daughter!

  56. Jennifer says:

    I’d be interested to try these. I have one kid with peanut allergies, so we’re always on the lookout for safe, healthy snacks. Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

  57. I will share them with my nephew who always has to have something other than the main dessert b/c of his food allergies.

  58. I would share them with my kids and husband. Lots of allergies stuff going on right now.

  59. I will share them with my four children two of whom have food allergies. And maybe even my husband if there are any after the kids get them.

  60. I might share with my husband and kiddos or I might keep them all to myself! Mom’s need treats, too! :)

  61. I’ve got an food allergic daughter and these would be great to try. I make most snacks from scratch, but for once in a while it would be great to open up a “safe” product for her. Thanks for the giveaway!!!

  62. I will share with my husband and kids. We have also been trying to eat better, so these cookies would be wonderful to try.

  63. I bet my toddler would love these!

  64. We would love to try them! My son has several food allergies. We are always looking for new things to try. It would be nice to have a prepackaged treat for him!

  65. Alex Hall says:

    I would share with my children…….probably. :)

  66. I will share these cookies with my family and our friends who have many allergies and cannot eat typical treats.

  67. I would share with my kids – aka the Cookie Monsters! MY son’s first word was cookie – is that bad? :-)

  68. I would share with my hubby. :)

  69. Share? I guess if you’re making me share, it would be my hubby. But, you didn’t say how much I had to share!

  70. I would love to win. I babysit a boy who has severe nut allergies, so this would be a fun treat for him!

  71. Jessica Croft says:

    I will split them with my husband.

  72. I’ll share with my two little guys!…and maybe their father!

  73. If I win the cookies, I will, of course, share them with my family who are cookie fiends. I’m always looking for a more nutritious product to share with them — nutritious and delicious. Sometimes a hard thing to find.

  74. I wouls share with my friend, whose 5 kiddos all have food allergies. They miss out on a lot of great treats.

  75. I’d share them with my family when we “tote” them along on a family picnic after church.

  76. Would love to win some of these cookies to share with my family.

  77. After I taste test the cookies, I will share them with my son and husband … maybe :)

  78. I will share with my darling husband… if he’s nice to me and asks pretty please…

  79. I will share them with my four year old. We are going through a rough time right now trying to figure out what is causing her excema – she’s really bothered by it and diet elimination is not working! :(

  80. I’d share them with my four little munchkins, of course. :)

  81. I’d share these with my family and our family friends, whose kids have had issues with food-related eczema.

  82. i’d share with my husband… and some friends w/ food sensitivities.

  83. I would share these cookies with my daughter who is allergic to dairy and eggs. Wow, she would be so excited!

  84. I would share with the baby… she usually just eats blueberries for her “dessert”. :)

  85. If I win these I’ll share them with a friend who’s daughter has food allergies.

  86. Definitely a treat in our home for my son. It’s so great to find a single product that is free of peanuts, wheat and dairy {they are really hard to find} It’s so hard to not have good treats for him to eat! Thanks for offering the giveaway – this is fabulous!

  87. Both of my children have life threatening allergies to peanuts and tree nuts. My youngest also has milk and egg allergies. I have purchased these cookies before at Whole Foods. They are good but expensive.

  88. Yummm! I guess I could share them with my husband and kiddos :)

  89. My husband who prefers gluten free items and my two kids who LOVE cookies!

  90. sue chibana says:

    I would share with my husband who loves cookies for breakfast. Only two a day!

  91. hmmm…sharing. Guess I had better be a good example and share with my 3 year old!

  92. Connie Corey says:

    I would share them with hubs and my three handsome sons!

  93. My classmates :)

  94. Three out of four of my boys and my husband would eat these. My other son and I would not be able to as we have to avoid all gluten. They do look good that is for sure!

  95. I will probably share with my 3 little cookie monsters…and one big one :)

  96. Since I’m currently on a sugar free diet, I would share them with my family (DH & three littles). But I think I would also hide a package for when I can enjoy it too! :)

  97. I’ll share with my 3 boys (6,3,1) who are hobbits as well! I’d also share with my neighbor who’s kids are full of allergies!

  98. Would love to share the cookies with my grandchildren!

  99. I’d share them with my 2 granddaughters.

  100. I may have to keep the oatmeal raisin all to myself, since they are my favorite kind of cookie. But I will pack the choc chip in my kids’ lunchboxes.

  101. I would share with my mommy group – we all love trying great new foods on behalf of our little peeps :)

  102. I’ll share with my daughter! She’s allergic to dairy, eggs, & nuts. These are perfect & we’re finding out how difficult and expensive it is!

  103. It would be my sweet baby girls who has so many allergies her!

    Thanks,
    Crissy

  104. If I win, I will share them with my children. In fact, I likely will not even get to eat one once those four are done!

  105. Stephanie R says:

    I have 2 little cookie monsters that would love to help me eat them.

  106. I’d share these with my nephew!=)

  107. My kids, of course. Maybe hubby if he gets home in time!

  108. I’ll share with my kiddo’s…..I guess :)

  109. I would share the with my 19 month old daughter, she has food allergies to egg, milk and peanuts and I am always looking for new brands of food that are dairy and peanut free.

  110. Well I would have to share it with my own personal cookie monster, my 3 year old. He LOVES cookies! Any kind really…he gets that from me, poor kid!

  111. I would share these with my 2 year old niece who is allergic to just about everything. But miraculously it seems like she would be able to eat these!

  112. My 12-month old son was recently diagnosed with allergies to dairy, egg, corn, and soy. I am completely at a loss when it comes to feeding him, but these cookies sound like they might be right up our alley!

  113. I would share these with my hubby b/c it’s just the two of us!

  114. These would definitely go to my kids who I don’t think have ever had packaged cookies! My son is allergic to peanuts and eggs so I make all baked goods from scratch. It would be SO nice to have a few boxes of these on hand in case I get behind on my baking!

  115. I would share these with a friend of mine. Her son and my son have playdates together. He can’t eat egg, so it would be nice to have a special cookie treat that we can all eat together when he comes over.

  116. Of course, I will share with my 3 children. Actually, they will probably eat them before I get any!

  117. We love to have BBQs with our friends, so I’ll share the cookies with them. I’m known as the “healthy” friend; these will fit the bill.

  118. I will share my cookies with my son who has allergies to tree nuts.

  119. Oooh! I’d love to try this. Does it have bean flour? Oat flour is okish… kind of iffy but for occasional treats its fine. For daily food, not so ok. Cool!

  120. With my son. He loves cookies so much I might not get any!

  121. I would share them with my co-workers!

  122. Wendy Lee says:

    I would share with the cookie monsters in my house. They do love some cookies. These look very healthy and would make a great snack for after school or in lunch boxes.

  123. I would share my cookies with my husband……maybe : )

  124. I would share these with my daughter and husband. We are always looking for cookies with no “added” ingredients and these sound great!

  125. I’d share them with my daughters. My youngest is just getting to start trying big people food so I am being a little cautious with what she can try and potential allergens.

  126. I’ll share them with the kids and husband – for every one they eat, two for me. :)

  127. I’ll share cookies with my husband and two daughters!

  128. I’ll share with my son who has a peanut allergy… and maybe we’ll share with his and dad and sister! :)

  129. I would share them with my family but especially my daughter who is allergic to peanuts & tree nuts. Thanks!

  130. These look yummy. I would share them with my husband, son and daughter…maybe.

  131. Well, my kids hear every noise from the kitchen…so if these cookies make any noise getting them out of the box…my kids will be in on them too! lol I used to wonder why my friend would say she ate food in the bathroom…now I COMPLETELY understand!

  132. I’d share with two of my three kiddos. One had a nut sensitivity for his first three years. He now can tolerate nuts of all kinds, but I still love allergy-free, healthy cookies.

    AND I NEVER WIN ANYTHING! :)

  133. Wait, do I have to share? :D I’d share with my hubby – who loves Chocolate Chip ANYTHING and maybe with the kiddos too. Oatmeal cookies are healthy right? So they’d get to sample them for breakfast!

  134. I have a dear friend whose grandson is allergic to numerous things. I would share these with him. Thanks!

    koinonia572001@yahoo.com

  135. I wanna win so I can have some cookies to share with my son :)

  136. I would share with my favorite cookie monster….my 18 month old son. Oh and Daddy can have some too!

  137. I have four kids and I am trying to get them to develop healthier eating habits than I have.

  138. I can’t hoard them? All right, all right….I suppose I could share them with my 2 girls.

  139. Heather Abbott says:

    Both of my boys are allergic to peanuts and tree nuts, so I definitely share my cookies with them. My oldest son has a friend that also has peanut/wheat allergies, so we’d probably join our friends for a picnic on the school playground and share it with everyone.

  140. Striving for a healthy lifestyle hear too! I’d share my cookies with my little cookie monster and my husband :D

  141. I’d share them with my peeps, and dear hubby, too, … if he gets home in time… before they are all gone.

  142. I just read your post on the cookie giveaway. I would like to be entered in this. My little nephew age 3 was born with spinabiphada and he has alot of allergeys. His mom has a real time finding things he is able to eat. Ii would like for him to be able to try these cookies. Thanks so much for entering me in this giveaway. Donna

  143. I would share them with my husband and granddaughter when she comes to visit.

  144. kathleen says:

    my 4 kiddies love cookies! they would share them with me

  145. I’d be sharing these with my husband & daughter! :)

  146. Kelly W. says:

    I would share these cookies with my husband and daughter! I’m trying to teach them healthy eating habits!!!

  147. I’ve got a newly confirmed allergy to diary and eggs, ouch. So, I’m happy to learn about sweets I can eat! I’d share these with my 19month old baby Aidan and papa.

  148. Probably would share some with my husband….if I have to.

  149. I would be sharing them with my cookie loving 6-year old and one-year old!

  150. We’re also working on using more healthy ingredients. I would share these with my husband and 2 little guys. They love cookies! Thanks!

  151. Probably my 8 & 9 year old sons.

  152. I’d share them with my kids!

  153. I might share them with my children, but since I’m on a restricted diet because the baby can’t have soy or dairy, and I’m breastfeeding, I’m most likely to save them for myself.

    My most recent post is exactly on this topic, including my environmentally friendly chocolate chip cookie recipe: http://www.greenlifestyleconsulting.com/2010/04/saving-planet-one-healthy-chocolate.html

    ps. I love easy to enter giveaways!

  154. I’ll share these cookies with my adorable grandchildren–Mallory is 3 1/2 and Larry is almost 2 yrs. old! They love cookies and we really try to give them healthy food!!

  155. Jennifer says:

    I’d share some with the kids but I’d have to ‘sneak’ the kind I really like;)

  156. If I must share, then I will share with my 4 year old, HE LOVES COOKIES!

  157. Amanda Y. says:

    I’ll share them with my dh, and the non-chocolate ones with our puppy!

  158. eunice b says:

    i’d share them w/ my dear husband…he loves to have cookies in his lunch! :-)

    ~eunice b
    rsmile2u @dejazzd .com

  159. Crystal Leonard says:

    I’m thinking my poodle would love them, but I know my ten year old daughter would love them and it might be something my picky four year old would like to try.

  160. I’ll share them with my potty-training toddler and my sugar loving hubby. Maybe. If they’re good:)

  161. I will share these with my three year old and my hubby.

  162. I would give them to my son. Wheat, egg, peanuts, and nuts are a few of his allergies. Having something that looks like what the other kids are eating makes it easier on Mom’s heart and him. I would probably have a FEW (ahem!)–our youngest (8-mos.) is allergic to egg and milk, so I eat free of those things, too. Thanks.

  163. I would share them with my husband and my son.

  164. I would love to share these with my kids who deserve healthy snacks and my mother in law who is allergic to many things. We love to sit at the kitchen table and enjoy a good snack.

  165. I would share with one of my best friends at work who has developed many allergies over the years and could use a nice treat.

  166. Hi Jessica! I’d share them with my family! Thanks for the fun.

  167. I would share with my 17 month old son, Luke. We recently learned that he has a severe peanut/tree nut allergy, and is in the process of being tested for other allergies (egg, wheat, milk, soy, etc).

  168. my sister and her kids would love these almost as much as me and my family would!

  169. It is so hard to find a good packaged item for allergy kids!

    My son is allergic to dairy (and has finally outgrown the soy allergy) so it is a rare treat to find a snack (especially cookies) that are safe for him to eat. He loves when we do find them because he gets to be “normal” like his classmates. Otherwise I have to make everything from scratch.

    The one thing that bothers me with some of the allergen-free snacks is that they often lack real nutrition (made with high fructose corn syrup or plain ole white flour instead of whole grains).

    :)

    ndisilvio @ gmail.com

  170. With my husband of course. His favorite cookie is oatmeal.

  171. I would send them along to my little cousin, who has a severe dairy allergy. She misses out on lots of tasty goodies and I know she would love these!

  172. I would love to win these cookies to share with my 18 month old daughter. She has a milk protein allergy so she cannot have any dairy. We also have a 4 year old daughter that can have dairy, so she has cookies but we have to “hide” it from the baby. It would be so nice to let them be able to share a treat together!

    LOVE your blog by way!

  173. I’m breastfeeding my little boy, so technically anything I eat I “share” with him, right?

  174. I am so thankful for your post….my grandson turns 2 on Saturday the 24th…..he has sufferred with eczema since birth and just had a really bad episode with breathing due to allergies or asthma as his pediatrician dictated. Would love to try the cookies…where can you buy them? Blessings..thank you!

  175. Claire Pulsifer says:

    Tough choice! Would have to give some of each box to my neighbor who has a hard time finding cookies for her highly allergic son, but would definitely save some for me and my boys!

  176. I would “share” with my kids!

  177. I would share with the fam! These sound tasty!

  178. I have read about these and would love to try them! Our oldest daughter (She turns 5 today! *sniffle* Is a peanut allergic child that loves cookies. I mostly bake from scratch but a little convience now and then would be nice. I’ve read about these cookies on other websites and heard they are THE cookie if you are looking for allergy free cookies. Hope we win!!

  179. I would share them with my son who is allergic to egg, wheat and peanut.

  180. Heather Kruger says:

    We are trying to get healthy in our house. My son has food allergies including all nuts, so he is missing out on some of the finer things in life like pbj sandwiches, but we found sun butter. It is so awesome. The first time he ate a sun butter and jelly sandwich I almost cried because he was so excited to be able to have something like what all his friends were having at the park. :) Now we use it to make things like puppy chow or other things he is missing out on because they have peanut butter. Anyway, he would be the one I shared with. :)

  181. alicia haynes says:

    My son is 6 and the moment I turn around he says mom I am hungry or what is for dessert (when I was growing up we hardly ever got dessert now he wants it every night) We’ll lately I have been on a low fat diet and my son asks me when I am eating something mom is that healthy so he is really trying too. So I really would like for me and him to try these it would be a good “dessert”.

  182. If I win, I’ll definitely share them with my kids who are also “ALWAYS hungry!” They love to eat and will be excited to have another snack!

  183. We are always up for trying something new….and although we don’t have any allergies, my sister-in-law has severe ones. These would be a fun treat to send to her.

  184. My husband- if he’s lucky! :)

  185. My son… who is a complete sugar addict, thanks to me and his Nana… I try my best to feed him well… but it’s hard!!!

  186. Stephanie says:

    Don’t have to think about it – it would be my son who is severely allergic to tree nuts! This would be perfect to pack for our upcoming trip to Italy this summer. We need to make a package of safe foods to send over to family there for him to eat.
    Thanks for such a great giveaway opportunity!
    Stephanie
    frugalstephanie@aol.com

  187. I would share them with my 18 month old who has food allergies. She is allergic to nuts and milk. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  188. Would love to give these to my nephew who has egg and peanut allergies.

  189. I’ll share these with my daughter.

  190. Of course I would share with my two little girls (wink, wink).

  191. I’d share with my four sons, if they’re being good. :)

  192. So glad to see this favorable review. These cookies were mentioned in a magazine I read recently and I thought to myself, “ew, those can’t possibly taste good.” If I win I will share with my hubby and my daughter who both cannot have eggs or nuts. If they’re lucky :P

  193. MH in OH says:

    I’ll be sharing with my husband and twin boys … or sneaking them in the laundry room if they’re that good!

  194. actually, i think i’ll share them with the cookie monsters in our house!

  195. my “crunchy chic” friend from CA would like these…I would be sharing with her and her little guy!

  196. Jennifer says:

    I’d share them with my cookie monster husband!

  197. Yummy – I will use these to bribe my 2 1/2 yr old son – that’s sharing. He has soy, dairy, egg and peanut allergies. We know some cookies are good some are not and they are all expensive.

  198. I MIGHT share them with my kids!

  199. Michelle says:

    I would share them with my two boys!

  200. Brigitte says:

    I will share them with my two girls. It’s not often that they get cookies because of all the crap put into them. My eldest has a peanut allergy as well so many are off limits. Plus, if I dont share Ill end up eating them all!

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