These Almond Butter Cookies are Made for Consumers Following a Paleo Diet

By: Katherine Pendrill - Jan 11, 2016
References: paleotreats & trndmonitor
'Paleo Treats' is now selling a line of almond butter cookies that serve as a healthy alternative to other store-bought treats. For consumers who adhere to a paleo diet, it can be difficult to find ready-to-eat snacks that are both nutritious and flavorful. These tasty cookies are designed to curb snack food craving by offering a healthy alternative.

The 'Banditos' cookies are healthy biscuits made from almond butter, honey, cacao powder and other paleo-friendly ingredients. Unlike other store-bought biscuits, these almond butter cookies are made without flour, butter or refined sugar. With a crunchy base and chocolate coating, the cookies are designed to serve as a healthier version of traditional peanut butter cups.

The tasty cookies serve as convenient, ready-to-eat option for consumers who may not have time to whip up their own paleo-friendly treats.