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Amy's, Gluten Free Shortbread, Almond Cookie, 5.4 oz (153 g)

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$6.15
AU$ 5.55
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3.8 out of 5 based on 10 reviews
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Crumbly but tasty

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Posted by zoeblessing From California on Sep 20, 2012

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These are one of the better gluten free cookies out there. They are tender to the bite, just like shortbread is supposed to be. It reminded me a little of the chinese almond cookies I've eaten in the past, only without the trans fats. It has little pieces of almonds in there as well. Because they are so tender, they tend to arrive in pieces when delivered. I think UPS must have drop-kicked my package before giving it to me. I happily ate the crumbs with a spoon though. Very tasty!

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Posted by Reviewer1080097 From Illinois on Feb 26, 2012

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Very good..but lots of calories!

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Crumbled pieces

Posted by Reviewer2344847 From Arizona on Oct 07, 2013

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Amy's is apparently missing a cohesive agent to keep her gluten free cookies from becoming a crumbled mess. The flavor is fine and ingredients natural, the reason for 3 stars. But if you are planning a tea and cookies party, don't put your faith in this one.

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