321 GLO Soft Baked Collagen Cookies 6/Box
If you're looking for a healthier alternative to most cookies and sweets 321 GLO Collagen Cookies are just what you're looking for. These cookies have a delicious taste and texture while being lean on the macros, just 110 calories per cookie and only 5 grams of sugar per cookie. Each cookie also packs 2.5 grams of collagen and 4 grams of protein. If you're looking for a leaner alternative to satisfy your sweet tooth or are looking for a tasty snack for before or after the gym grab yourself a box of 321 GLO Collagen Cookies!
321 GLO Soft Baked Collagen Cookies Highlights & Benefits
- Delicious Soft Baked Cookies With Protein & Collagen
- Only 110 Calories
- Only 5 Grams Sugar
- 2.5 Grams Collagen
- 4 Grams Protein
- Tons of Tasty Flavors to Choose From
- Great Snack for On The Go
- Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth Guilt Free
321 GLO Soft Baked Collagen Cookies Customer Reviews
I've been searching for healthier alternatives to snacks and sweets and the things I've tried over the years have been a mixed bag, some are tasty but not really that lean or healthy or great on macros and others are healthy but don't taste very good. I love these cookies, good taste, good texture, they don't contain a ton of protein or collagen but they do provide a bit and they are pretty lean with only 110 calories and pretty low in sugar with only 5 grams of sugar, that's less than most breakfast cereals.
I love these cookies very tasty and not bad on the macros, my only complaint is like Lenny & Larry's Cookies these cookies are two servings per cookie, who eats a half cookie, especially when they're this tasty.
Just open and enjoy. Each cookie is two servings.
321 GLO Soft Baked Collagen Cookies Ingredients & Label
Warnings & Side Effects
Store in a cool dry place after opening.
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