Wednesday 18 May 2011

Byron Bay White Choc Chunk and Macadamia Nut Cookies

When you open the packet you can really smell the delicious white chocolate and cookie dough aroma. If you aren't a fan of white chocolate, then this isn't the Bryon Bay cookie for you, but luckily I adore the stuff so this is a taste sensation.

The flavour of the macadamias follow through after the chocolate and they give the cookie a lovely texture. I did find this flavour slightly messier than others I've tried, but the taste is so good that the crumbs don't matter. This is a rich chocolatly taste that has a creamy edge, utterly indulgent and truly delicious!

White Choc Chunk and Macadamia Nut was the very first Byron Bay cookie I tried and since then, I've been converted to the thought that out of all the gluten free cookies I've tried in the 2 plus years I've been an a coeliac on a gluten free diet, Byron Bay Cookies are the best flavours I've had to date.


  1. We get Byron Bay cookies over here too. In fact, I used to live in the town that they originated, (in Northern New South Wales, Australia). Recently, though, it seems like production of many of their products moved to the UK. I saw a range of different ones here that I'd never tried here at a local IGA too that were imported all the way from their factory over there (seems odd that they've got the same name yet many seem to be being made in the UK).

    Their triple choc-fudge cookies are my favs! :)

  2. That's really odd, I just assumed they were made in Australia for your market and a small amount over here for us. Seems so strange to me that they are being imported to you!

    Love the triple choc fudge ones too :)

    Thanks to this blog they were kind enough to send me a huge box of assorted flavours, after that it was major diet time! I could easily get addicted.


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