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dried unsweetened coconut*, almond flour*, unfiltered maple syrup* cold-pressed coconut oil*, vanilla extract*, himalayan crystal salt
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Reviews For Organic Vanilla Maple Coco-Roons
Based on 9 Reviews
It might just be me. but I totally missed the maple part....I still liked them, they were sweet, but not too sweet, I guess it was the vanilla part I was enjoying :-)
Not very good
They were very dry and didn't taste that good. I was expecting a moist coconut ball of goodness.
Satisfying taste. . .
One of these cookies takes away hunger for something sweet; as an afternoon snack, a couple will easily tide you over till dinner!
Since I'm too lazy to make my own snacks, I've been looking for a "low carb" snack. This also fills my need for "sweet" cravings.
These are one of my favorite snacks! My kids love them too. Gluten-free/ dairy-free and easy for grandparents to keep around. :)
Not strong flavor but soft texture
I used to buy these at HEB, and now I'm switching to Thrive for the price. These are dangerously good. When I am craving something sweet.... which is all the time :) I have one. And, it is really hard to have JUST one. Very sweet, and really good with some coffee!
Great for vegans
I really enjoy a couple of these after dinner. They're great if you like the taste of vanilla.
These are a little too sweet. I like the simple ingredients but there isn't anything to round out the flavor. Instead of clear vanilla notes, you get muddled maple and coconut. They're a little pricey for the amount you get. I might try another flavor at some point.
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