Product Review: Amy's Gluten Free Shortbread Cookies

To quote our friend Kevin: “Wow, these cookies are so freakin’ good, I’m gonna eat them ALL.”

We feel that way too.

Amy’s Kitchen Natural Foods has released a new line of shortbread cookies in Original, Chocolate Chip & Almond flavors, and we love them.  The Original flavor has a true shortbread taste & texture  – perfect with a cup of coffee. Everyone loved the Chocolate Chip ones on their own, this is one of the best Gluten Free Chocolate Chip cookies we’ve tried, period. (And we have eaten A LOT of Gluten Free Cookies, folks.)

The only drawback? These are made with Almond Flour & butter, so they’re not for tree nut free or GFCF folks. However, they’re so good because they are made with the kind of completely natural, easy to pronounce ingredients that make good food good. So our Founder, KC, who is allergic to Almonds, was really nice to us while we were eating delicious cookies that she couldn’t have. (But if you see her, you might want to give her a hug.)

We recommend picking up a few boxes of Amy’s Shortbread to get you through the holidays & through those personal snacking moments – we’re gonna order a case.

You know what? We think you should try them NOW! We’ll Giveaway an Amy’s Shortbread Gift Pack to one lucky G-Free Foodie on Sunday, November 20th! To Enter:

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26 thoughts on “Product Review: Amy's Gluten Free Shortbread Cookies

  1. I've been a fan for awhile of your site and happy to learn about a new one in Amy's site! Crossing fingers to win some cookies!!!!!! 🙂

  2. Shortbread cookies were always one of my absolute favorites, but I haven't been able to have them in almost four years. So this is a fabulous opportunity for me! ;O)

  3. I love the other gluten free products by Amy's and can't wait to try these cookies. I really miss shortbread cookies, especially at the holidays.

  4. Yay for new Amy's products! I have used her products since going gluten free 3 years ago. So glad some yummy additions to her products!

  5. Thanks for the tip! I am always looking for a better g-free cookie, and I love Amy's products, so healthy and all natural.

  6. A GF shortbread that tastes good and isn't just a crumbly, cardboard tasting mess? I'm in – hope to win to get a chance to indulge, but will also, happily, be watching for them at my local GF resources.

    Thanks G-Free Foodies!

  7. I purchased Amy's Shortbread cookies at Clark's in So. Ca. and fell in love with them. Sadly, I haven't been able to find them in my area in No .Ca.

  8. LOVE these cookies. Stumbled on them in the grocery store one day, I had everyone at work eating them, they agreed they are delicious! Friends of both Amy's & G-Free foodie on Facebook already!

  9. I love Amy's GF shortbread cookies!!! They are soo good!! Almost exactly like regular short bread!! They are a bit crumbly but they taste fabulous!!!!!!! Would love to win some!!!

  10. I just tried the shortbread cookies, and they were amazing!! Reminds me of shortbread cookies I had as a child but can no longer eat. Thank you!

  11. Whoa! I can't wait to try these! My daughter (2 1/2) and I are both gluten intolerant and we shop at the local Gluten Free store, but I have yet to see any Amy's varieties there! I always bring in my new GF finds to the local store and she listens to her customer's requests and would probably start carrying them! I live in a small town and we have limited choices…but it would be great to get something like this going. I love Amy's and buy their frozen dishes for a quick easy meal! Blessings from Hailey, Idaho!

  12. I love Amy's Shortbread Cookies. I eat them with my coffee every morning. The only problem is i bought the last box in my grocery store and they won't get anymore. They are by far the best GF Cookie. I would love to try the new Chocolate Chip Cookie!

  13. To teresamnj there are now some great gluetn free cookies on the market, including lemon shortbread and gingersnaps, which would make a divine base for cheesecake. I have to avoid gluetn, also.The recipe looks heavenly, but I have to tinker further with it. The only dairy I could tolerate would be the goat milk, and I feel better when I can find alternative source for fats. I would try something with Brazil or cashew nuts, softened & blended with a bit of water, to add healthy fat and volume. Blend that with the eggs and add lemon juice to the goat milk to mimic sour cream. Perhaps honey or agave nectar no more than 1 cup in place of 2 cups of sugar chopped dried dates can be blended with a bit of water to add sweetness too.I love cheesecake but there must be a healthier alternative that comes close .it will take some experimenting, LOL.

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