The mix comes in a hefty 1.31 pound package, which makes a lot of batter when mixed according to the directions (with 8 tbs. butter or alternative, 8 tbs. shortening, 2 large eggs and vanilla). The nutrition facts tell you to expect about 60 cookies, but I have a feeling it might make more. (I haven't baked all of it yet--I was so excited to tell you about it!) Speaking of batter - it's delicious! Yes, I know it's passé to eat raw cookie dough these days (but why was it okay when we were kids? Never mind - that's another topic for another day), but I haven't had good batter in years. I just had to try it. And guess what? YUM! (Now for the disclaimer: don't eat raw cookie dough; it's bad for you.)
How does "Juliano" sound, after our hero, Jules? :)
Thanks again, Jules dear, for putting your heart and soul into this awesome cookie mix.
You can find Jules' products on her website or at various retail shops throughout the US. Her cookbook, Nearly Normal Cooking for Gluten-Free Eating is also available on her site or at Amazon.com (see below).