Simple Mills: Ready-to-Eat Cookies Reviews

Simple Mills: Ready-to-Eat Cookies – Double Chocolate, Toasted Pecan and Chocolate Chip Cookies Review + Giveaway

This past March when I attended the Natural Products Expo one of my favorite booths was the Simple Mills booth. The booth was bright, inviting and just simple. That is what I enjoy about Simple Mills. This is a company that keeps it simple, while providing a tasty product.

During the expo, I had the opportunity to sample a couple of products, and when I saw that they had a new cookie line, I knew I wanted to investigate further. I inquired to Simple Mills so that I could sample their new cookie’s and when I reached out they were generous enough to send me a their newest sweet offering.

Let me start by saying that the products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Simple Mills. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

Simple Mills was generous to send me a trio of their new Ready-to-Eat Cookies including –

Chocolate Chip Ready-to-Eat CookiesThese cookies are sweetened with coconut sugar but they have no coconut flavor. The ingredient’s are simple and includes almond flour, coconut flour, tigernuts (a prebiotic root vegetable) and coconut oil. The chocolate chips were a good sweetness, and there is no grainy or residual after taste.

Toasted Pecan Ready-to-Eat Cookies – These contain only 11 ingredients including a Nut Flour Blend of Almonds, Pecans, Coconut, Tigernuts, Tapioca, Organic Coconut Sugar, Organic Coconut Oil, Arrowroot, Vanilla Extract, Sea Salt, Baking Soda, Konjac Root, Rosemary Extract (For Freshness), and Cream of Tartar. The toasted pecans were crunchy and before I knew it I had eaten half the bag.

Double Chocolate Ready-to-Eat Cookies – I am a fan of chocolate and even more so when it is doubled! These also contain few ingredients including a Nut Flour Blend of Almonds, and Tigernuts, Tapioca, Chocolate Chips (made of Cane Sugar, Unsweetened Chocolate, Cocoa Butter), Organic Coconut Sugar, Organic Coconut Oil, Arrowroot, Vanilla Extract, Cocoa, Sea Salt, Baking Soda, Konjac Root, Rosemary Extract (For Freshness), Cream of Tartar

Each of Simple Mills Cookies, as well as the other products are certified gluten-free and non-gmo project verified. Each is Paleo-Friendly, Grain Free, Soy Free, Low Carb, Gluten-Free and Non-GMO.

I am a fan of Simple Mills and I am thrilled that they released a Ready-to-Eat Cookie! If you are looking for a good cookie that is just simple, these are the cookies you want!


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GIVEAWAY: Simple Mills is offering a cookie assortment to my readers! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win an assortment of the following Ready-to-Eat Cookies – (1) 5oz box of Chocolate Chip Ready-to-Eat Cookies, (1) 5oz box of Toasted Pecan Ready-to-Eat Cookies and (1) 5oz box of Double Chocolate Ready-To-Eat Cookies. This is a $14.98 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on May 10th (5/10/2017) to receive these “Simple” Ready-To-Eat Cookies! Open to residents in the US only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Simple Mills. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

Win a trio of Simple Mills Ready-To-Eat Cookies!



58 thoughts on “Simple Mills: Ready-to-Eat Cookies Reviews

  1. Sammantha D.

    Make sure the oven is actually the correct temperature before putting those cookies in by using an oven thermometer.

  2. Lisa V.

    I like to chill drop cookie doughs for at least an hour or two before shaping and baking. It seems to help them hold their shape better/not spread as much.

  3. jberry

    If you already know they’re a hit, double/triple and freeze. When word gets out that you made a batch of “those” cookies & didn’t make enough for everyone…..

  4. Catherine Lewis

    Don’t eat a lot of the cookie dough, or you won’t have very many cookies!

  5. Melissa

    I very seldom make cookies, so I’m the one who needs tips from others, because mine don’t always turn out right!

  6. Bethany Suire

    To be honest, I’m not a big cookie Baker. Sadly; I stay so busy with my 3 year old son, that I seem to be more of a Pillsbury Cookie cooker. My tip is if you want a soft and gooey cookie set the timer 5 to 8 minutes less than what the recipe calls for. If it’s still too raw than simply add 2 additional minutes and check after each timer reset!

  7. Sarah Hall

    Make sure your eggs are fresh and crack them in a bowl to avoid shells and bad eggs.

  8. Cheryl Chervitz

    I like to chill my cookie dough for a little bit before baking. Keep checking on them so they don’t burn.

  9. Jen Dantuma

    If you’re measuring something like molasses, first coat your measuring cup with a little cooking spray.

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  11. Mahdi Martin

    My best cookie making tip is to put extra sugar in them. It makes them more crispy and delicious! I’m bad.

  12. John Smith

    Don’t overcook cookies!! Don’t overcook cookies!! What is it about people that compels them to burn cookies before they’re convinced they’re done??!! It’s better to undercook than overcook cookies!! Don’t overcook!!

  13. wen budro

    My only tip is to refrain from eating too much of the dough before you actually make the cookies.

  14. Susan Smith

    I always set the timer a couple of minutes before the recipe says for so I can check them and usually they are done.

  15. Debbie Welchert

    My best cookie baking tip is to make them with someone you love. It’s much more fun….

  16. Nancy

    My best cookie making tip is to use a cookie scoop to keep cookie size uniform and to place the scooped cookie dough on cool cookie sheets.

  17. alexbellen

    Remember that cooling cookies is like light baking so even if they are bit soft that they firm up after they are done cool off!

  18. Leela

    Refrigerating the dough until firm first. I make a bunch of dough and keep it in the fridge for a tray or two at a time.

  19. mrsmchappell

    My best tip is to closely follow the recipe and don’t over bake… some cookies bake very quickly!

  20. Samantha

    Undercook the cookies compared to overbake them! They taste better and are softer!

  21. DeeAnn S

    make sure the oven is completely heated up to the proper temp before starting to bake!

  22. jules m.

    always cool them on wire racks! i never used to do this, but once I started doing it, i have not stopped because it makes the cookie so much crispier and chewier 🙂

  23. ncjeepster

    Biggest is to let dough chill before cutting out shapes of cookies. Regular you can use right after mixing.


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