I’m no longer bitter about the whole wheat-free thing. I mean, yes, I sort of hate you as you sit there eating a cookie without a care in the world, you thoughtless monster, but… oh, wait. I’m still totally bitter.
Anyway, if I could still have them, I’d totally be jonesing for something from David’s Cookies, where for for the entire month of September you can use coupon code FSLS9 for free shipping and an extra 10% off your order. This is a great way to get a little pick-me-up or thank-you gift for someone, and then maybe you could just invite yourself over to share.
Enjoy your wheat. Don’t mind me, I’ll be over here just eating some grapes, which I’m sure are just as delicious. No, I’m not crying. There’s just something in my eye. Stop looking at me.
Poor, poor Mir. I had Cream of Wheat for breakfast and it was SO good. With sugar and butter, no less.
Thanks for pouring a little more salt in Mir’s wound Flea 😉 In solidarity, I will not eat any cookies today. Although I might have a piece of banana bread.
The bigger question is whether being wheat free is helping you feel better or not. And?
Well, I think I feel better. But I also very strongly believe that cookies make me feel better, soooo… that’s a hard one. 😉
Thought of you today, Mir, when I saw a large, new wheat-free section in the snack aisle. Just think of it as being “ahead of your time” instead of “unable to tolerate wheat.”
Well, I had a few yummy triple-chocolate wheat-free cookies today. But there was still quite a bit of sugar in them.
It’s a hard adjustment, but it does get easier with time. Really!
I’ll go eat a cookie for you, Mir
Mir, did you go sugar-free, too? I’ve seen a couple “flourless” cookies lately that looked really good and I thought I would forward them on to you as soon as I get organized.
Here’s a good gluten free chocolate chip cookie recipe, Mir.