Annie's might not have many gluten-free options, but I'm sure the moms out there with GF kids are big fans! I may not be a mom, but that doesn't mean that I don't enjoy kid food every now and again. I totally love their gluten-free mac and cheese, which is easy, cheesy and wonderfully comforting. I didn't realize that Annie's had other options though until I recently spotted Snickerdoodle Bunnies on the shelf at Target!
As a kid, I was obsessed with Teddy Grahams. All the flavors were great, but I especially loved the cinnamon ones. They were just so tasty, and looked like cute little bears, so it was even more fun to eat them. Like Goldfish, though, Teddies became a thing of my past. These Annie's treats may not be shaped like bears, but they are definitely a very reasonable substitute.
The first thing that hit me when I opened the box was the delicious smell - the aroma reminds me of walking into an ice cream shop, sugary sweet and absolutely delectable. They are crispy and sweet, with just the right touch of cinnamon, definitely reminiscent of a snickerdoodle cookie. They are made with both rice and corn flour, so they have a nice hearty texture. I wouldn't call them healthy (they are cookies after all) but they are delicious and great for the occasional treat.
They are even fairly reasonably priced at Target - full price for a box is $3.59, and when I bought them they were on sale for just $2.25. Not too bad!