St. Clare's GLUTEN-FREE Breakfast Cookies

Item #4124
Shipping Wt. 1.50 lbs.
Availability: In Stock

From Little Portion Hermitage

Start your morning with these hearty breakfast cookies. Simple ingredients include rolled oats, butter, brown sugar, almonds, pumpkin & sunflower seeds, and dried fruits including mango, papaya and banana.

Made with natural ingredients in the Hermitage kitchen by the Brothers and Sisters of Charity at Little Portion Hermitage to give you the positive energy you need throughout your busy day.

Each cookie is the equivalent of TWO breakfast meals. So, one 4-pack is 8 breakfasts! Approx. 1 lb. net weight.

Little Portion Hermitage: Berryville, Arkansas

The Brothers and Sisters of Charity at Little Portion Hermitage were founded by Catholic musician John Michael Talbot. Following two albums recorded for Sparrow Records in 1976 and 1977, and intrigued by the life of St. Francis of Assisi, he began studying at a Franciscan retreat center and joined the Secular Franciscans in 1978. A year later he started a house of prayer, The Little Portion, and planned to live as a hermit. But, he says, "People asked for more recordings, and I began doing a music ministry." In 1982 he, along with six others, moved to Eureka Springs, Arkansas and founded The Little Portion Hermitage.

The Brothers and Sisters of Charity is the only community of its kind in North America with canonical status from the Catholic Church. It has been formally recognized as a Public Association of the Faithful and is one of 10 communities around the globe to encompass celibate brothers and sisters, as well as single people, married couples and families. Though the latter are permitted greater latitude, the essentials are the same. All take vows of chastity, poverty and obedience appropriate for their state of life. After a devastating fire in 2008, a new chapel and associated buildings were built, and in 2013 the Little Portion Bakery was founded by John Michael's wife Viola Talbot to make wholesome, tasty, and healthful products.

Ingredients: Gluten-free flour (cornstarch, white rice flour, brown rice flour, milk powder, tapioca flour, potato starch, xanthan gum), brown sugar (sugar, molasses), butter, gluten-free rolled oats, eggs, sliced raw almonds, raw pumpkin seeds, raisins, unsweetened banana chips (bananas, coconut oil, natural flavoring), raw sunflower seeds, diced dried mangos (mangos, sugar, FD&C yellow #5, sulfur dioxide), diced dried papayas (papaya, sugar, sulfur dioxide, FD&C yellow #5&6, citric acid), unsweetened coconut flakes (coconut, sodium metabisulfite), vanilla extract, leavening (baking soda), kosher salt. CONTAINS EGGS, MILK POWDER & TREE NUTS; PRODUCED IN A FACILITY THAT USES WHEAT
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Heaven on Earth
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These breakfast cookies are tender, moist, flavorful, and delicious. They are so tempting I want to eat them at times other than breakfast. They also freeze very well and retain their good qualities even after a year in the freezer. However, they are usually not around that long. Thank you Brothers and Sisters of Monastery Greetings. God bless you.

Made by Angels?! Have to Be!
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Jan 12, 2017  |  By Paula R.
These cookies are incredible. I can not believe they are gluten free-they are THAT good. They taste so wholesome and natural and sustain you. I have bought them several times now and they are always fresh and I am literally drooling now because I am thinking about them. They would also make an amazing gift. Just do yourself a favor and buy the cookies! God bless the devoted women making them. They sure know what they are doing!
Paula R.