Need some safe non-chocolate cookies

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My daughter is PA/TN/Soy allergic so we also avoid all chocolate. Any suggestions of safe store cookies? I used to get Snackwells but she recently started wheezing afterwards and now that I have read some threads on here I know why. Thanks for the suggestions. Mary

On Sep 11, 2004

Hi,

I'm not sure if these have soy in them or not but we buy Fig Newtons on occassion for my daughter. If I think of any others, I will come back and post.

Tamie

On Sep 11, 2004

Hi Tamie!

We found that Back to Nature makes an oatmeal cookie. My dd eats the creme filled and the chocolate chip ones and they are great. We found them at Whole Foods. I am not sure who else carries them. My dd is also PA/TNA/SOY Allergic.

Did you ever find a safe wafer cookie?

On Sep 11, 2004

My son is also allergic to soy, but we do eat chocolate cookies without a problem. But some of the non-choclate ones he eats are Golden Oreos and Nilla Wafers. I just saw Honey Maid (the graham cracker brand) oatmeal cookies in the store with no warning on the label - they are new and look yummy [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

On Sep 11, 2004

Hi. A company called Donsuemor makes delicious madeleine cookies. The traditional type does not contain nuts, peanuts, or soy. Madeleines are the only thing they make. One type is dipped in chocolate, but the others are not. You can check their website [url="http://www.donsuemormadeleines.com"]www.donsuemormadeleines.com[/url] or search google for them. They are so yummy. You can find them at some whole foods stores and Starbuck's used to have them, not sure if they still do. The one near us either changed brands or wrapping...I haven't called about the Starbuck's new labeling yet. You can order them on line, but they are expensive, particularly because you have to by a lot.

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