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Gluten-free flour (corn flour, soy flour, potato flour, rice flour, corn starch, potato starch, xantham gum), organic cane sugar, canola oil, unsulphured molasses, ginger, soy lecithin (used as an emulsifier), egg whites, baking soda, sea salt, natural flavor.
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Reviews For Gluten-Free Ginger Snaps
Based on 12 Reviews
These are just like Grandma used to make - can't even tell they're GF.
I was so excited to find Ginger Snaps are among my favorite and most missed cookies. I was delighted when i found these Gluten-Free ones.
I dug in! great texture (not as hard as the snaps I remember, but I was pleased with the texture). I wish they had a little more ginger forward flavor.
Alas, I failed to realize that the dominant ingredient is CORN - which I can't eat. I have this to a neighbor kid, who happily gobbled up this mom approved treat.
Nice texture and taste. Still obvious they are gluten free, but not bad...
Good, not great
I was excited to have a ginger snap cookie, but they aren’t crisp. I was mildly disappointed. The flavor is there, but they almost taste stale.
Very Good gluten free cookies
- Sandra Pickett
Great for Baking
My wife and children love these, but as the cook in the house, I've been getting creative with them. They have a good taste on their own, but last week, I took an extra bag we had and crushed them up into a pie crust for a party we were hosting. They held up particularly well, and they brought that "ginger" taste to the pie crust itself. I'm going to be using some of these for crusts now. It was good!
- Dan Lawrence
I thought that my Celiac's disease would be the end of any delicious cookies, but I'm glad that Midel could prove me wrong. These ginger snaps are surprisingly good. They're very crisp, but they don't have a ton of sugary sweetness on their own. Instead, they seem to pair well with other drinks and tastes. I prefer it this way because it makes it hard to sit down and eat through a whole bag because they don't come across sweet enough to want to do that. These are just the perfect balance of yummy.
- Karen Martin
Don't know if there's another version of these Mi Del cookies but the ones I got from the drugstore are terrific - NOT ginger flavored but list real ginger as an ingredient, taste like real ginger snaps, ARE real gingersnaps without wheat, rye etc. BTW I'm a former culinary arts professor and long term diabetic. I use these to make a crust for my apple pies. Bad reviews? Not from me.
- Dianne De Mink
I ordered these cookies because I just love Ginger Snaps. However, these are 'ginger flavored' and taste nothing like the Gluten-Free Ginger Snaps that are not 'ginger flavored'.
I love ginger snap cookies and often love even more the gluten free variants. This cookie does not taste like ginger and has a nasty cardboard flavor. The flavor is very bad, no one in our house could eat these. Ginger snaps vary a lot by flavor but this is outside of the bounds of the many I have tried.
Just starting a gluten free diet. These are pretty good. They will satisfy my craving for a sweet treat.
- Thrive User
Great gluten-free ginger snaps!
Love these! Good ginger bite to them, good texture. Most people will not realize they're gluten-free.
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