I received Walkers Mini Crunchy Oatmeal Cookies in order to facilitate an honest review.
Back-to-School and we become a family on-the-go. We snack and a lot of times it’s not on the best snack items. In the hustle of getting to our destination, running errands and keeping it real, we’ve discovered Walkers Shortbread has new Mini Crunchy Oatmeal Cookies. I’m loving these bite-sized cookies, made with the finest Scottish oats, whole-grain wheat flour and sweet creamery butter.
Walker has a mission to provide sweet, yet sensible snacks for all ages. The new Mini Crunchy Oatmeal Cookies, stay true to their mission without any GMOs, preservatives and flavorings–just all-natural and clean flavor. And they are indeed good! Walkers Shortbread products are, and always have been, simple, pure, using absolutely nothing but the extremely finest ingredients.
The Mini Crunchy Oatmeal Cookies come in a 4.4 ounce resealable bag and each bag contains 28 bite-sized cookies. They are small and filled with flavor. They work well in lunch boxes or straight out of the bag! The are my go-to when the sweet tooth cravings arrive!
Walkers Shortbread, the venerable Scottish bakery founded by Joseph Walker in 1898 and still run by the Walkers household brings a taste of Scotland to homes everywhere. Oatmeal is a fitting component to these Scottish cookies. In Scotland, oats are used in porridge, skirlie (a white pudding), oatcakes, and a wide variety of sweet and savory cookies and biscuits.The mini crunchy oatmeal cookies are available at retailers nationwide or through the Walkers Shortbreads website.
Mom’s can rest assured that Walkers Shortbreads Mini Crunchy Oatmeal Cookies are made with only organic components such as whole grain oats, sweet creamery butter, total-wheat flour and a touch of golden syrup
The bite-sized cookies are excellent for those wanting to be more aware of their snacking as well as portion control.
About Walkers Shortbread
Walkers Shortbread was founded in 1898 and is the leading brand of foods exported from Scotland. The household-owned firm still bakes its shortbread, conventional cookies, cakes, oatcakes and puddings in the secluded village of Aberlour in the Highlands of Scotland. Walkers items have no artificial flavorings, colorings or additives: are GMO-free: and its shortbreads, cookies and oatcakes are certified kosher OUD. For far more information, please check out http://www.walkersus.com.