Indigo Rabbit: Sweet Goodness


The day before Thanksgiving I received all five flavors of Indigo Rabbit’s deliciously healthy cookies and what a treat they were on Thanksgiving day! As a little aside, I must say, my holiday dinner guests preferred Indigo Rabbit’s cookies to the pecan pie. Now, that’s saying a lot!

If you haven’t heard about Indigo Rabbit before, it is a Massachusettes-based cookie company that specializes in healthy cookies from vegan cookies to allergy-free cookies. The cookies come in five flavors — Gingerlicious, Luscious Lemon Chewies, Heavenly Chocolate Pillows, Seriously Cinnamon Almond, and Perfectly Peanut Butter.

Each flavor is distinct, rich, and fills your mouth with sweet happiness. I thoroughly enjoyed the Perfectly Peanut Butter, but then again, I adore peanut butter! Each cookie is delightful in its own right, however. I recommend buying them all because each flavor is well worth trying. The Heavenly Chocolate Pillows and Gingerlicious are scrumptious with coffee, I discovered. And, the Seriously Cinnamon Almond was very tasty alongside a delicious cup of hot chai.

Each beautifully packaged box of Indigo Rabbit cookies comes with ten inside (five packs of two) which helps keep the cookies fresh. Plus, I found that the small packs of two cookies kept us from devouring them so quickly, which is bliss for my waistline. Each cookie is so satisfying that one at a time is all you need. I found myself relishing the taste of each cookie as opposed to thinking ahead to grabbing another like I often do with your run-of-the-mill, lifeless, chemically-laden variety cookie.

What I like most about Indigo Rabbit is it is a mom-owned company that believes in baking healthy cookies for those of us who cherish quality, healthy treats for our children. All of Indigo Rabbit’s cookies are made with simple ingredients that you can pronounce and are sweetened with evaporated cane juice and fruits and vegetables.

Indigo Rabbit cookies are wonderful for families who are sick and tired of ingesting unnecessary, harmful chemicals as well as for families whose children have special dietary and nutrition needs. Indigo Rabbit proves that “deliciously healthy” is not an oxymoron after all. They are scrumptious, good for you, and a delight to eat.

Jennifer James, Editor

On the Net: www.indigorabbit.com

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