Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 14
Rated 5 out of 5 by TRH Love the frosted sugar cookie!
Really love them all. I wish, wish, wish that QVC and Cheryl's would make more sugar free type of cookies - offer all the same designs of seasonal/frosted cookies in sugar free that they do in regular sugared cookies. And if you can't do that please offer a choice of all frosted vanilla sugar cookies - they are so good! Also, please bring back the clear glass cookie jar that had the Cheryl's name etched on it - it was so cute - I'm sure you would have more fan's that would want to order.
From a true Cheryl's fan. Thank you!
Rated 5 out of 5 by MACIE Excellent
My husband is a diabetic and he loves these cookies. Thank you for providing these to people that cannot have sugar products.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cuddles35 YUMMY!
These are delicious! I'm in shock! I'm back to order more and I'm proud to bring these to Xmas dinner this year! Nobody would even suspect they are sugar free!
Rated 5 out of 5 by mystinkydog WOW !!
I recently had one of Cheryl's regular cookies and was very impressed. Since I'm diabetic, thought about these sugar free....was hesitant at first due to some negative reviews....however, I'm so glad I ignored those. I just received these...and oh my...if you like a chewy/soft cookie..........DO NOT HESITATE...it was hard to not eat the entire box(just kidding) You can't tell they are SF...in fact they are just as good as the regular cookies....a real winner !!
Rated 1 out of 5 by jerseygirl232 Don' waste your money!
Awful....everyone was stale. I got the holiday assortment to give to neighbors with some homemade cookies.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Babsie1944 Very Good Cookies
These are the best sugar free cookies I have tasted. 3 stars because they crumble so bad and I was disapointed that I can not find a list of ingredients or the healthy guidelines such as carbohydrates per cookie, sodium content or calorie content. .
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ginger Maple ONLY SO SO
I really wanted and hoped to like these cookies. The best of the bunch were the chocolate chip. The worst was the snickerdoodle. I found that these cookies fell apart and crumbled in your hands. Don't even think about dunking them, they will must fall apart. These cookies were soft, and not all that tasty and not satidfying at all. I have put the rest of them in the freezer, because they will take awhile to get through. Guess I will look for another sugar free alternative. For the money spent, not worth it.
Rated 3 out of 5 by BombChele Rantings of a Cookie Snob
Finding sugar-free desserts that taste good is a challenge, so I was very happy when I found these cookies. They are GOOD cookies, but not GREAT cookies, and at first I couldn't figure out why. But I think I've finally figured it out. These cookies are just too soft. Notice I said soft, not moist. Because they are so soft they almost melt on your tongue like cotton candy or crumble into almost cake-like crumbs when you bite into them. They lack the mouth texture appeal of a great cookie which is one that has a slight crunch on the outside as you bite into it, (the crunch comes from the sugar crystalizing into a solid as the cookie bakes) but the inside has a nice chewy center (the cooked sugar turns into a chewy caramel) so you have the contrast of those textures: crunchy yet chewy. Maybe the lack of real sugar is the reason. Don't dare dunk these in milk - they will disintegrate. And there is a sort of 'where did the flavor go?' after-taste. Overall though, they are good cookies. I liked most of the flavors but did not really care for the snickerdoodle. Maybe the real sugar ones are better, but I don't want to spend this much money again to find out.