My “Back To Nature Chocolate Chunk Cookies” post is sponsored by Moms Meet for Back to Nature. Compensation for this post was provided and this page may contain affliate links.
There is just something timeless about milk and cookies. On the weekends, while we were cleaning our rooms, mom would put on a batch of homemade chocolate chip cookies. The aroma was so uplifting, we had our rooms cleaned before they were cooked. Every single time. I had forgotten that memory until I received some Back To Nature Chocolate Chunk Cookies. One bite had me reminiscing about my childhood and how much I’d always loved chocolate chip cookies. Not only are they delicious, they are made with simple and delicious ingredients, plus no artificial flavors or preservatives, hydrogenated oils, or high fructose corn syrup.
I don’t have to spend hours at the oven baking home-baked goodness when I can get the same results from Back to Nature cookies. I don’t mind baking, in fact, I enjoy it a lot. But it can eat up time I don’t have when we’re rushing here and there and everywhere. At Back to Nature I can select the diet I need and that means I don’t have to buy anything special when baking. I have one who has to eat organic foods because she is ADHD (avoiding sugar and artificial flavors help control her symptoms). I have two who have to eat gluten-free goods. Back to Nature understands this and provides diets for every need while also providing a great tasting cookie.
Back to Nature Chocolate Chunk Cookies are made with wheat flour and semisweet chocolate chunks. All of the cookies are either Non-GMO or Organic Certified. Don’t worry about the cost because they’re cheaper than a lot of brands at $3.49-$3.99 each. You don’t have to travel to the ends of the earth to buy them either. They’re available at all major retailers, including Kroger, Ahold Delhaize stores, Publix, Whole Foods Market, and Sprouts Farmers Market. Click on this link to see where you can buy them in your area. http://backtonaturefoods.com/where-to-buy