My first experience with a ‘Perfect Cookie’ came with the peanut butter flavor. It wasn’t perfect as that’s far too bold of a statement, but I did enjoy the cookie to a moderate degree. It had my curiosity sparked as to how the Boundless Nutrition Chocolate Chip Perfect Cookie would stack up in comparison, so might as well no waste no time further and dive on in.
Boundless Nutrition Chocolate Chip Perfect Cookie Review
Initial impression is that it looks like a typical, ordinary chocolate chip cookie. This isn’t bad as simple is better when it comes to chocolate chip cookies in my opinion as long as the flavor is executed, and while the flavor wasn’t nailed to perfection like the name implies, it was a pretty good stab at making a healthy version of one. Far from the best tasting chocolate chip cookie I’ve ever had, but to be honest it tasted like a pretty average to slightly below average, normal AKA non-healthy chocolate chip cookie. Obviously if we’re comparing cookies in a bakery contest, this is not a good thing. Considering it’s way healthier than your average cookie with better macros and high protein, I’ll take this as a win though because it certainly wasn’t bad tasting by any means. Another thing this cookie has going for it is that I don’t think it was quite as ‘rubbery’ or ‘protein bar-esque’ as their peanut butter flavor, which I consider a good thing.
The Boundless Nutrition Chocolate Chip Perfect Cookie totals out to 150 calories consisting of the macros 10p/19c/5f in addition to 4g fiber. All around, pretty solid macros. Clearly the cookie itself isn’t as big as Lenny & Larry’s cookies so it doesn’t contain as much calories, but even still the macronutrient ratio has a higher protein intake in this one. The macros aren’t as good as most protein bars out there though, but they’re at least good for protein cookies.
I was fairly pleased in my overall experience with the Boundless Nutrition Chocolate Chip Perfect Cookie. While I still didn’t think it was quite as flavorful as most Lenny & Larry’s cookies, the lower calories make it easier to fit in the macros on a more consistent basis. It’s far from perfect taste-wise (yet still enjoyable) but for a low calorie cookie filled with whey protein, I’ll gladly take it.
+Only 150 calories for the cookie, 10g protein
+Tastes like a normal chocolate chip cookie, just not a top of the line one
+Grass fed whey protein concentrate
-Not as tasty as Lenny & Larry’s cookies
Overall Rating: B
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