WB Kitchen Grain-free GAPS Friendly Cookies and Bars Review

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WB Kitchen Grain-Free & GAPS Friendly Cookies and Bars

Today I want to share with you a product which I have recently had the chance to try. This is an unpaid review. All opinions are my own.

Jennifer Dages, one of my friends who blogs at Purposeful Nutrition connected me with Chris Feuille ofย WB Kitchen who creates delicious GAPS friendly cookies and bars. Jennifer interviewed Chris about his GAPS experience. Click here to read Chris' story.

Chris offered to send me some samples to try and so I've been taste testing them slowly over the past few weeks. Wow, are they yummy!

Chris sent me the following bars and cookies (these are all GAPS friendly):

Chris also sent me a sample of the Maple Pecan Honey Cookies (not GAPS friendly) and two samples of the “coffee [affiliate link]” bars they are in the process of creating. I've been waiting to sample the coffee bars since I'm selective with when I ingest caffeine.

WB Kitchen Grain-Free & GAPS Friendly Cookies

The cookies are soft and chewy. They are flavorful and taste exactly like their name. I liked every single flavor but my favorites are the Cinnamon Raisin and the Coconut Shortbread Cookies. Each package contains two cookies and I have been enjoying one cookie almost every evening with a cup of hot tea. It is such a nice treat! Most of the time those of us on a real food diet like GAPS cook or bake most everything from scratch, and I love knowing WB Kitchen is making a product that those of us on GAPS can have and not be worried they are eating something not legal. FYI, the Maple Pecan Honey Cookies are not GAPS legal due to the maple syrup.

The shelf life on the cookies is 6 months. I'm sure they would last longer if refrigerated or frozen, but I don't think they will make it past six months they are so tasty!

WB Kitchen Grain-Free & GAPS Friendly Bars

The bars are chewy and crunchy with plenty of nuts. They are also a bit on the sticky side and stuck to the package just a little. But they are really delicious. I liked all three, but the Chocolate Chocolate Chip was my favorite! I really liked how they are crunchy with nuts.

The honey used in these bars and cookies is raw, unfiltered and produced in the United States. All the products are GAPS and SCD Friendly except the Maple Pecan Honey Cookies.

The facility they are produced in is certified gluten-free and the products are also certified gluten-free through GIG.

The bars and cookies are:

  • Produced in a certified gluten-free facility
  • Certified gluten-free through GIG
  • Grain-free
  • Dairy-free
  • Refined Sugar-free
  • Contain no preservatives

You can get the bars and the cookies on Amazon and I'll share my affiliate links below but you can also buy directly from Chris' site here: WB Kitchen

Let me know in the comments what you think about these bars and cookies. Would you buy them?

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