Malia: I was very hesitant considering this was a gluten-free recipe but was pleasantly surprised! My only disappointment is that the caramel did not really turn out to have the consistency I was after and tasted more of honey than a robust caramel taste but all in all the cookie was a success.
Bonnie Martin Fazio: Considering the absence of flour and sugar, these cookies are pretty good. But if you are willing and able to eat those substances, you'll save time and effort with a more conventional recipe (we found the caramel got too brittle to chop easily).
PieLove: Deliciously chewy, chocolatey cookies but serious pain in the butt, from finding ingredients to making caramel and then dough, to trying to make "thumbprint" in cookie that has spread to 1/4" thickness. Solution to spreading-- chilling didn't work, so I stirred in some flour-- to hell with gluten-free.
Melissa Raffray: These cookies will not be your new favorite cookie – while the dough is surprisingly easy to bring together, the caramel is finicky to make, the texture of the cookie is odd, and the overall result is lackluster. That being said, if you are gluten intolerant these are not a bad cookie if you have no other option and are yearning for something sweet.
Shay de Silva: The caramel exploded all over my kitchen, but the cookie was still delicious without it. Yummy, healthy, holiday treat!
ChrisF: They have unique and layered flavors. However, expensive ingredients and the caramel is difficult to work with.
Emma: These cookies are deliciously chocolatey with honey caramel goodness. Best fresh from the oven, these little golden gems are sure to please.