Wednesday, July 13, 2011


I happened upon a coupon for a "nu" kind of cookies and thought I would give it a try. But first, let me tell you what attracted me to this "nu" cookie...

The website explains that each 3 cookie serving contains:
  • As much fiber as compared to a bowl of oatmeal
  • As much calcium and Vitamin D as compared to an 8oz glass of milk
  • As much Vitamin C as as compared to cup of blueberries 
  • As much iron as compared to a cup of cooked spinach
  • As much Vitamin B12 as compared to a cup of cottage cheese with fruit
  • As much Vitamin A as compared to an 8 oz glass of tomato juice
  • As much Vitamin E as compared to two cups (16oz) of carrot juice
Well, I found that attractive! So with coupon in hand I headed to the store. At walmart, they retail for 2.78. I had a coupon for $1.00 off, so I paid 1.78! The website shows 4 different types of cookies, however I only located 2. I chose the crispy. I was thinking they would probably not taste all that hot, but with the nutrients suggested I couldn't help but try it.

Yum! Yes, YUM! These little cookies are wonderful! For a 3 cookie serving it is 150 calories, Fat 7g, Carb 22g, Fiber 3g, Protein 2g.  A nice snack with healthy rewards!

After years of research, testing, (and gallons of milk), the ingenious people at Suncore Products arrived at four scrumptious cookies, based on classic cookie flavors – only these are rich with calcium, iron and vitamins A, B, C, D and E. They also have 3 grams of fiber and a total of 20 essential vitamins and minerals. “Who knew a cookie could be so delicious and nutritious?” Someone wondered aloud. “Who knew? Hey, I kinda like the sound of that.” So they changed the spelling a bit, and the rest as they say, is cookie history.


  1. Sounds interesting. You know how I love my sweets. I will have to steer clear now though. :(

  2. They were good, but not going to buy anymore for a while..trying to eliminate the crap foods for a bit.