Gluten free whole oat flour, evaporated cane sugar, high oleic safflower oil, organic tapioca starch, pear juice concentrate, lemon juice concentrate, lemon extract, salt, pure vanilla extract, cream of tartar, baking soda (sodium bicarbonate), sunflower lecithin, gum karaya, rosemary extract.
Made on shared lines with soya lecithin. Made in dedicated facility containing no peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, dairy, casein, fish, crustaceans, molluscs (shellfish), wheat, gluten, sesame, mustard seeds, celery, sulphur dioxide, sulphites or lupin. Home Free Treats carefully source ingredients and test for peanut, almond, egg, milk and gluten proteins.
Can you see the toys strewn around in the background of the photo? Quite often whole rooms looks like this at Allergy Towers. These are the days when the only solution is baked goods. Today, I thought I would try these lemon burst mini cookies. The front of the packet showed a slice of lemon with the words “pucker up!” so I was expecting a big hit of lemon flavour. It was more of a waft of lemon and that was a bit disappointing. On the positive side, these had a good texture for a gluten free biscuit and were nicely sweet. Of course, the biggest positive about this brand is their commitment to producing allergen free food. It almost seems churlish to complain about the flavour not being strong enough when this product is potentially such a boon to some people with very sensitive allergies.