Chocolate Fudge, German Chocolate Cake, & Triple Chocolate Mint

Posted byLori Posted onAugust 5, 2010 Comments6

Did I happen to get your attention with that title? The product review I have for today, sure got mine…

Liz Lovely makes cookies, and safe to say, some of the best cookies ever baked. I mean, come on, German Chocolate Cake, Coconut Lemon, Oatmeal Raisin, Chocolate Moose Dragons? If there are cookies offered in those flavors, you know you’re in good hands.

SUPER fast in delivering too!

The second I saw Liz Lovely’s cookie company website, I had to take advantage. I ordered myself the Newbie Gluten Free Gift Sampler consisting of German Chocolate Cake, Oatmeal Raisin, Triple Chocolate Mint, and Coconut Lemon flavors. I also added the Gluten Free Chocolate Fudge cookie, because who can pass up a fudgie cookie? And really, who would want to? Katie wouldn’t.

Gluten-Free Chocolate Fudge Cookie, picture courtesy of Liz Lovely website

The Gluten Free Triple Chocolate Mint and the Chocolate Fudge flavors were my favorites. Soft, but not too soft, with a slight outer crunch to the crust. Moist, but still crumbly when bitten into.  Covered in a sugary fairy dust, or just some product of magic. The dark chocolaty cookie, the Chocolate Fudge Cookie, sprinkled with chocolate chips throughout, made a truly delicious cookie. And I’m putting it all out there (on my cookie making abilities) when I say that Liz Lovely cookies are some of the best I have ever had. *GASP*

Love in a box
Don'tcha just love the logo?

The Gluten Free German Chocolate Cake, which includes fudge, walnuts, and coconut, had a textural component, that for me, grainy yet pleasing. The taste was dead-on to what a German chocolate cake would taste like. And I liked it. The Gluten Free Oatmeal Raisin was super good and reminded me of real, fresh, gluteny, oatmeal cookies. Coconut Lemon, also gluten free, was very macaroon-like with the flaky coconut, soft lemon cookie, and the sweet/tangy taste.

Oatmeal Raisin and Amazin'

So good, I was sold at one bite. And with it being gluten free and vegan, what is not to love? They use all organic ingredients, pay their employees a livable wage, buy only fair traded ingredients, and has the cutest website. The ingredients, although using sugar (I usually use a sub such as honey or dates), are all real ingredients… and when you want a cookie, you want it sweetened to perfection, right? At least I do.

Minty goodness. Mmmmm.

I did not get paid for this review, nor did I get free cookies, but nonetheless, the kind people at Liz Lovely did help me out when I contacted them about purchasing some goodies, and make such a great cookie with a conscious behind it, I’m now, and will continue to be, a die-hard customer. My jeans better get used to it…

Thanks for your help Cowboy Dan!

Anyone else's mouth's watering?

*My cookie making abilities are just fine. Actually, I do make pretty damn good cookies, but for comparison purposes, this allusion to sub par-ism was used. But Liz Lovely’s cookies were some of the best I’ve ever tasted. Really.

When are you gonna get yours?????

And… THE Cookie Swap is coming. Get ready!

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  1. I have no idea how I missed this post until right now, but I am glad I saw it….hot damn, cookies!!!
    .-= Katie´s last blog ..A success YEAH!!! and a failure BOOO!!! =-.

  2. That title just has me drooling!! Everything just sounds so amazing..the company, the ingredients, the cookies!!
    I love how those peanuts can be washed down the sink..ingenious!
    Thank you so much for sharing:)
    .-= Melissa´s last blog ..Dinners and progress picts =-.

  3. oh yummy yum yum yum!!!!

    the chocolate mint cookie sounds like it is up my alley!!!! so drooling over here!!! great post and great review!!!
    .-= nelly´s last blog this girls finally getting hitchedshocker =-.

  4. UM YUM! those look ridiculously good. i must check out her site!!
    .-= christina´s last blog ..Peanut Butter Review &amp Recipe- Christinas Crazy PB&ampJ Smoothie =-.

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