Gluten Free Cocoa & Vanilla Bunny Cookies - Annie's Homegrown

Gluten Free Cocoa & Vanilla Bunny Cookies

Made with white and brown rice flour and yellow corn flour, these bunny-shaped cookies are a great addition to lunch boxes or after school snacks. Chocolate and Vanilla bunnies are delicious by the handful!

Gluten Free Cocoa & Vanilla Bunny Cookies, 3.5 out of 5 based on 22 ratings
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Gluten Free Cocoa & Vanilla Bunny Cookies

Made with white and brown rice flour and yellow corn flour, these bunny-shaped cookies are a great addition to lunch boxes or after school snacks. Chocolate and Vanilla bunnies are delicious by the handful!

Gluten Free Cocoa & Vanilla Bunny Cookies, 3.5 out of 5 based on 22 ratings
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  • Made with rice flour and corn flour

 

BEST INGREDIENTS: Cane Sugar, Rice Flour, Yellow Corn Flour, Palm Oil, Brown Rice Flour, Corn Starch, Organic Tapioca Starch, Soy Flour, Organic Tapioca Syrup, Cocoa, Natural Flavors (Chocolate and Vanilla), Salt, Baking Soda, Soy Lecithin, Xanthan Gum, Ammonium Bicarbonate

CONTAINS SOY INGREDIENTSMAY CONTAIN EGG AND MILK.

INGREDIENTS, NUTRITION FACTS, AND ALLERGEN STATEMENTS CAN CHANGE. ALWAYS REFER TO THE ACTUAL PACKAGE FOR THE MOST COMPLETE AND ACCURATE INFORMATION.

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  • Made with rice flour and corn flour

 

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BEST INGREDIENTS: Cane Sugar, Rice Flour, Yellow Corn Flour, Palm Oil, Brown Rice Flour, Corn Starch, Organic Tapioca Starch, Soy Flour, Organic Tapioca Syrup, Cocoa, Natural Flavors (Chocolate and Vanilla), Salt, Baking Soda, Soy Lecithin, Xanthan Gum, Ammonium Bicarbonate

CONTAINS SOY INGREDIENTSMAY CONTAIN EGG AND MILK.

INGREDIENTS, NUTRITION FACTS, AND ALLERGEN STATEMENTS CAN CHANGE. ALWAYS REFER TO THE ACTUAL PACKAGE FOR THE MOST COMPLETE AND ACCURATE INFORMATION.

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  • Leyla Nov, 07, 2017

    Favorite Annies cookies!

    These are the absolute best! I love the flavor and the texture. I am a crunchy cookie person so these really hit the spot. The only thing I don't like is how fast they go. Before I know it the box is empty. Get these! They are rather sweet though. They don't need as much sugar as is in them but they're still fantastic.
    Leyla Nov, 07, 2017
  • sara ratliff Jul, 02, 2017
    We used to love these! Soy Flour? Come on guys......... Get rid of the junk and we'll be back!
    sara ratliff Jul, 02, 2017
  • Rachel Cotten Mar, 30, 2017

    A Cocoa and Vanilla Delight

    These are a cocoa and vanilla delight! I have Celiac Disease and have longed to find a cookie I like that is gluten free. These taste just like an old bear shaped cookie favorite that I can no longer indulge in. I will gladly replace that craving with these cookies. Thank you Annie's.
    Rachel Cotten Mar, 30, 2017
  • J D Nov, 15, 2016

    Contains soy :-(

    I haven't bought these in a while and found them on sale so i bought two. Only to feel sick for a week.. then realized these have SOY flour! nnnnoooo! i guess i'll have to donate the other box. Why add extra allergens that aren't necessary?
    J D Nov, 15, 2016
  • Andrea Amburn Oct, 17, 2016

    WHY EGGS :-(

    so frustrated these now contain eggs. my son is allergic to wheat and eggs, I just bulk ordered these from another site and when they came in I looked to just be sure and it says MAY CONTAIN MILK AND EGGS. am I missing something, these didn't used to contain them so why all of a sudden. very bummed!!!
    Andrea Amburn Oct, 17, 2016
  • Kristi Aug, 26, 2016

    Why???????

    Why oh why would they now contain milk and eggs. My two year old cried hysterically when I told him we couldn't buy them anymore -he's anaphylactic to diary and also has a sever wheat and egg allergy and these were my go to every time the other kids had goldfish -I'm so upset with your company!
    Kristi Aug, 26, 2016
  • m Jul, 20, 2016

    Bummed!

    Bummed! We love these cookies but recently we found out that we can not consume the 6.75oz box because the product may contain egg and milk. Called to try and get clarification on the ingredient statement but received a "canned" response. Is Annie's putting the "may contain egg and milk" statement on the 6.75oz because of cross contamination or because some where in the process there could be egg or milk. For our situation "cross contamination" is not an issue for us but "may contain" is an issue. I wish I could have gotten a better response than the canned response from a CSR. The 6oz resealable bag does not have the statement may contain egg and milk so for our situation this is safe to consume. From experience I know you have to read labels EVERYTIME you purchase food but why have a difference in products that are the same item just different packaging? Depending on the store we are shopping, depends on which package is available. I can only hope that Annie's will see the value in having the same product in a variety of packaging to help their consumers out. Fingers crossed this will change and everyone can safely consume the 6.75oz box and the 6oz resealable bag.
    m Jul, 20, 2016
  • MA Jun, 16, 2016

    No Longer Dairy Free

    Annie's Gluten Free Snickerdoodle Bunnies, & Cocoa & Vanilla Bunnies, have been my son's favorite crackers for years. He has severe food allergies. The new boxes show an ingredient change. Now they may contain milk & egg. He can no longer have them, & we are very disappointed.
    MA Jun, 16, 2016
  • Debra Trpxe;; May, 26, 2016
    These cookies are GREAT!! Just tried them last night. Very crunchy and light. Delicious!!
    Debra Trpxe;; May, 26, 2016
  • Megan Kim Mar, 30, 2016

    SO GOOD!

    They are so good! And they're super adorable too! ☺️ I recently went vegan, and I'm definitely planning to try all the other vegan Annie products!
    Megan Kim Mar, 30, 2016
  • Linda Jan, 12, 2016

    not a fan :(

    I had hoped to find out these were as wonderful as they seemed they could be...but alas..First ingredient is sugar! eesh. Glad its real sugar not glucose fructose and the like but really the first ingredient? I find them super sweet and think that they could have less sugar in them. Also I see they have palm oil in them. Another questionable ingredient in my mind. I can't give these a good rating. Would prefer if they were less sugary. I wouldn't feel comfortable giving them to a child or myself. I'm sure you can do better Annie's.
    Linda Jan, 12, 2016
  • Rebecca Mar, 03, 2015

    Delicious!

    I love Annie's Bunnies and am so glad to see they made a gf option!
    Rebecca Mar, 03, 2015
  • Erin Aug, 03, 2014

    Bounced into my milk and heart.

    I love that these are actually cookie-like and not just a flavored graham cracker, flavored graham crackers are yummy snacks too but sometimes only cookies will do. I hope Annie's will continue to produce such fine and tasty rabbit themed snacks.
    Erin Aug, 03, 2014
  • Carolyn Jul, 10, 2014

    LOVE the bunnies!

    My 4 year old granddaughter saw these on the supermarket shelf and had to have them. Reluctantly I bought them for her but instead of trying to steer her away from these and toward a more "popular" variety. I have since bought three more boxes. I like animal crackers, these are similar with a much cleaner taste. They're crunchy (which is great for the pituitary gland, by the way). 27 of these little cookies and a glass of water is a wonderful snack. Thank you for this awesome product! I do prefer the vanilla to the chocolate, but chalky? I don't think so!
    Carolyn Jul, 10, 2014
  • Caroline Apr, 17, 2014

    Surprised

    I was surprised at how good these were. I completely love these gluten free bunnies over their wheat version. Yes, agree a little on the crunchy side but I actually really like that. These were definitely YUM. Will go back to buy more.
    Caroline Apr, 17, 2014
  • Staci Davis Dec, 07, 2013

    Product comments

    My wife loves Annie's bunny snacks, and I love Annie's gluten free products, but my particular package of gluten free, cocoa and vanilla bunnies (10 June 2014 best by date) weren't very good. The vanilla bunnies are chalky and the cocoa bunnies are so hard. I'm not sure if this is how they are made to be, but I think they could be made so much better.
    Staci Davis Dec, 07, 2013

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