Dancing Deer Baking Company: Gluten Free Molasses Cookie Review

Dancing Deer Baking Co.: Gluten Free Molasses Cookie Review + Giveaway

There is a saying that references molasses that goes “slow as molasses in January”. While the origins of this saying date back to the Great Molasses Flood of January 15th of 1919, when over 2.5 million gallons of molasses from a 58 foot tank broke loose and caused a tidal wave of molasses of over 30 feet that tore the steel supports off the nearby elevated train structure.

Almost 100 years later, the term is stil used as is molasses. This simple by-product is made from refining sugarcane and/or sugar beets into sugar. The result is a slow pouring sweet syrup that when added to cookies, makes a chewy, sweet and delicious cookie.

When I recently received a press release that the Dancing Deer Baking Co had released a molasses cookie that was gluten free, I knew I wanted to give it a try.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Dancing Deer Baking Co, but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received a couple bags of Dancing Deer Baking Co. Gluten Free Molasses Cookies by Dancing Deer.

When I received the Dancing Deer Baking Co. Gluten Free Molasses Cookies the first thing I noticed was the wonderful smell coming from the box. The box smelled of Molasses. Cinnamon and Clove, which made me even more eager to dig into the cookies.

These say they are gluten free but I am having a hard time believing it. These taste so much like the gluten filled cookies in addition to being chewy and soft. The best part is the sugar on the top of each cookie, it adds the perfect sweetness to an already sweet cookie.

There was a card included in my box, with a envelope and a card folded with a message inside. I thought that this would be such a nice added touch for any recipient.

The cookies also came with a note on the date that the cookies were packed, so that the recipient can make sure the cookies stay their freshest. These have a two week shelf life from the date I received them, which should be enough time to get through the 14 cookies.

In general I am a big believer in treats for gifts, since many people just love to receive a treat in the mail.

If you are a fan of molasses cookies, then give these Dancing Deer Baking Co. Gluten Free Molasses Cookies a try – you won’t be disappointed.

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GIVEAWAY: Dancing Deer Baking Co is giving one Gluten Free Molasses Cookie Gift Box to one lucky reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win 1 – Gluten Free Molasses Cookie Gift Box that will include 14 scratch based molasses cookies (2 bags with 7 cookies each) with cinnamon and clove – This is a $26.99 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on May 1st (5/1/2017) to receive this chewy cookie treat! Open to residents in the US. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Dancing Deer Baking Co. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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39 thoughts on “Dancing Deer Baking Company: Gluten Free Molasses Cookie Review

  1. Shelly Leatham

    I know I had to enter this one because Molasses cookies are my all time favorite cookies! My great grandma would bake them when I was small and the house would smell wonderful!!

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  3. Jen Dantuma

    My favorite cookie is Queen’s Biscuits and they’re a cookie the Queen of England likes. They’re shortbread cookies with jam inbetween, frosting on top, and a slice of candied cherries. Delish!

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  4. Julie Bickham

    I love sugar cookies. I like them soft and sometimes with frosting on it.

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  5. John Smith

    My favorite kind of cookie? Well, I love macarons!! Or maybe a chocolate chip cookie dipped in coffee!

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