4.5 / 5.0
The Lions Pack edible cookie doughs are completely nut free. This is a big benefit for a lot of people with nut allergies. They use brown rice flour as the main ingredient to make their cookie doughs. They are also using vegan protein sources for the protein powders making these 100% vegan friendly.
Two other areas where The Lions Pack gets it right is using a super food mix of different greens and fruits. They also put probiotics in their cookie doughs as well.
The macros are super friendly:
Serving Size: 2 tbls
Calories per Serving: 108
Overall, this is a friendly ingredient list that is easy on your overall macros. We are a fan!
4.0 / 5.0
Flavors: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Monster Cookie, Birthday Cake and Oree-Dough
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough was by-far the best of the four we tried. It actually tasted like real cookie dough…the stuff I used to make when I was a kid. Monster Cookie was also delightful. If you’ve ever had monster cookie spreads before you can envision the same taste. Birthday Cake tasted more lemon to me than it did birthday cake flavor. Oree-Dough took a bit getting used too, but I loved the real Oreo Cookie chunks in it. My order would be: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Monster Cookie, Oree-Dough and Birthday Cake.
4.0 / 5.0
Texture varied from flavor to flavor. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough was soft, like you'd expect from a cookie dough. This was another reason it scored so high on our taste test. Monster Cookie was also relatively soft and easy to spoon out. Oree-Dough was a harder than we'd like. With the real Oreo Cookie bites I fully expected it to be a bit harder, but the actual dough was as well. Still didn't effect the taste. Birthday Cake was hard. It was difficult to scoop out and roll into a cookie dough ball like you'd like. Maybe we just got an older batch? Not sure, but all-in-all the texture was just fine.
3.0 / 5.0
It's hard to find health conscious sweet tooth craving items for a low price out there. Use Halo Top Ice Cream for example. They charge close to $6 a pint. Same can be said for The Lions Pack edible cookie dough. A jar costs $12.99 on their website. The issue is, they aren't that big. It's a 10oz jar, so you're paying more than $1 per ounce. Overall, if you really want to try it I think it's a good thing to splurge and get a 4-pack (cost savings) and see if it is something you'd want to continue to buy in the future. I will most likely be sticking to my homemade peanut butter balls to cure my sweet tooth.