Sweet Rubino’s Gluten-Free Baked Goods

By | Jun 8, 2012

If you’re looking for some tasty gluten-free baked goods for your next party, then consider checking out Sweet Rubino’s.  The cookie company makes a line of baked goods that are free from gluten, lactose, soy, casein, corn and gums.

I tried out two of these yummy-looking cookies: the chocolate almond zest biscotti and the almond macaroon. While they didn’t taste exactly like their wheat-based counterparts, these cookies were flavorful and satisfying in their own right.

The biscotti are great if you’re a dunker.  Not too soft, not too hard.  The ones that I tasted had a strong cocoa powder flavor, which was different than what I was expecting, but tasty nonetheless.  While they don’t have the rich chocolate taste you’re expecting from the looks of the cookies, they do have a unique flavor that makes you want to take a few more bites.

While the biscotti were good, I definitely liked the almond macaroons better.  They had a bit of a crunch to them because of the almonds inside, which I think makes them a tasty gluten-free alternative.

Other cookie options from Sweet Rubino’s include:

  • Pizzelles
  • Anginetti Biscotti
  • Chocolate Chocolate Chip Biscotti
  • Anisette Toast
Sweet Rubino's Cookies

Tasty Treats from Sweet Rubino's

You can order Sweet Rubino’s through their online store.  They are shipped in individually wrapped plastic bags, tastefully decorated and wrapped with ribbon.  The website has a great bit of information and outlines all of the ingredients that are used in each cookie.

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  1. [...] reviews I did when I joined the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) team was for Rubino’s Gluten-Free Traditions’ Baked Goods (formerly known as Sweet Rubino’s).  Now, I’m happy for the chance to review something [...]

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