Snack like you mean it!

Granola is a great snack, but a serving is just ¼ cup. And once you start munching, it’s hard to stop! The same goes for other common snack foods like chips and chocolate–it’s nearly impossible to stick to one small serving. My cookies are different. Try one for yourself: One cookie is one of the most satisfying snacks you can find, with no all-day munching or cravings required!

4 Ways to use Health Nut Cookies to your waistline’s advantage

1. Keep a cookie in your purse/bag for times when you’re stuck without a healthful snack in sight and hours from a meal. (Eat a Health Nut Cookie instead of a bagel or muffin and save over 200 calories!)
2. Crumble a cookie into plain, non-fat yogurt, for a balanced breakfast in less than 2 minutes.
3. Grab a cookie and a small piece of fruit for an afternoon energy pick-me-up.
4. Stash a cookie in your glove box to eat when the urge to stop for fast food hits.

Nut your average cookie
Nuts are nutritious and satisfying, but finding the willpower to stop after 11 almonds (½ ounce) isn’t easy. Eating one Health Nut Cookie makes it easy to get a serving of nuts in a delicious portion-controlled package – a cookie! Made from almond meal instead of flour, each cookie contains about ½ an ounce of nutrition-packed nuts.

Keep cravings at bay with a cookie each day
Packed with healthful fat and protein, one cookie keeps you satisfied for longer, but with very little sugar so you avoid cravings later.

Eat one now, eat less later
Avoid hitting lunch or dinner feeling like you want to eat anything (and everything!) in sight. Have a Health Nut Cookie and a glass of nonfat milk as a snack and arrive at meals levelheaded and ready to make healthful choices.

Snack safely with diabetes and/or celiac disease
Choosing sugar-free products doesn’t guarantee that they’re healthful – and finding satisfying and delicious gluten-free snacks can be challenging. Health Nut Cookies let you snack with peace of mind, knowing that they are truly healthful, gluten-free, have only 2-4 grams of sugar per cookie (depending on the flavor), and just 3-5 grams of NET carbohydrates.

Nutrition Comparison: See how other snacks stack up to Health Nut Cookies

1 Raisin Amaretto Health Nut Cookie 120 calories, 10 g fat*, 1.5 g saturated fat, 6 g carbohydrate**, 2 g sugar, 2 g fiber, 3g protein *Healthful fat from almonds, ** 3g NET carbohydrate


½ cup granola (1 small handful) 240 calories, 14 g fat, 3 g saturated fat,32 g carbohy drate,10 g sugar, 6 g fiber, 6 g protein

2 oz fruit & nut trail mix (about ½ cup) 280 calories, 18 g fat, 5 g saturated fat, 28 g carbohydrate, 18 g sugar, 4 g fiber, 8 g protein