Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Cavemen Cookies

I ordered these cavemen cookies from Amazon.  I just tried one so far and I think I need to try them again. My first one I thought tastes more like a snack than a "cookie" reminds me of a Larabar. I will try again and let you know what I think. I might throw them in freezer. 

Cavemen Cookies are… (Info from Cavemen Cookies website)

  • Made with nuts, honey and berries!
  • Gluten-Free & Grain-Free
  • Dairy-Free  
  • High in protein
  • Just 65-75 calories per cookie (depending
    on the variety)
  • Produced in small batches
  • Consistent with the principles of the Paleolithic Diet (aka the “Caveman Diet”).  Check out our FAQs page for more info! 
  • Satisfying due to the protein, dietary fiber, and good fats that they contain!


  1. I tried these and was not that happy with them either but I did try the paleo woman snacks here is the web page http://www.paleowomen.com/ and you can request FREE, yes FREE samples to try out. I really like these snacks and they are actually sold at Kiels in San Diego up the street from Mission Bay

  2. Hi Jessica - I'm the owner of The Caveman Bakery. I'm so glad that you tried our cookies from Amazon. They are definitely more of a filling snack than a traditional cookie, though we liked the alliteration of the words "Caveman Cookie" more than "Caveman Snack". :) I just noticed your post and wanted to give you a heads up that the cookies should not be placed in the refrigerator or the freezer; instead, they last best when stored in a sealed container, in temperate conditions. You can find more info on the FAQs section on our website. I hope you enjoy them and try out our other flavors as well!

  3. Hi Stephanie,

    I agree I like the name Caveman Cookie better then Caveman Snack. Thanks for the information about the storage. I am looking forward to trying to other flavors.

  4. Becky,

    Thanks so much for the info. I'm excited to try them :)