Nairn's cookies come packed in 4 individual packets, which make them easy to throw in your lunch or take with you on the go, and it keeps the cookies fresher. Nairn's cookies make for a slightly sweet, but healthy alternative to a traditional cookie. They are wheat (but not gluten) free, are made with 100% pure wholegrain oats, and have no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. A serving size is 2 cookies and they are roughly 90 calories per serving. The cookies are about $4.00 a box on the Nairn's website, but I also found them on Amazon for about the same price.
As I already mentioned they also have oat based crackers in a variety of flavors, but they didn't send any of these for review.
Overall, I would try these again, but I think I would opt for the chocolate chip.
Disclaimer: I was sent two boxes of cookies for free for this review however, I was not paid to review this product or asked to provide a positive review. The opinions contained in this post are my own.