Your customers don’t have to be gluten intolerant to enjoy the latest gluten-free cookie varieties rolling out from manufacturers. Today’s options extend beyond everyday chocolate chip and peanut butter and use high-quality ingredients such as European dark chocolate, organic oats and natural peppermint oil to create something truly indulgent. 

Udi’s Gluten-Free Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Made with certified gluten–free oats, butter and organic evaporated cane juice (to keep them moist), these oatmeal-raisin cookies are also soy and nut free and offer 2 grams of fiber per serving. Merchandise them in freezer sets, cooler cases or the bakery, the company suggests. 

Wow Baking Co. Ginger Molasses

Small pieces of crystallized ginger pepper these moist, chewy cookies made with organic cane sugar; unsulphured molasses; and brown rice, white rice and tapioca flours. The company also offers gluten-free cookie dough and 8 ounce boxes of mini cookies in Snickerdoodle, Peanut Butter, Oatmeal, Chocolate Chip and Ginger Molasses flavors.

Pamela’s Products Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

These delicate cookies are dairy free and made with 70 percent organic ingredients, including European dark chocolate, brown sugar, peanut butter and non-genetically modified soy emulsifier. They’re available in boxes of nine and in single-serving two-packs.

Jovial Fig-Fruit Filled

One of the first gluten-free options for fig lovers, these organic, certified gluten–free cookies are soft in the center and slightly crunchy on the outside. Jovial also makes two other gluten-free cookie flavors: Chocolate Chocolate Cream Filled and Chocolate Vanilla Cream Filled.

Flourless Bliss Choco Mint Cookie

Natural peppermint oil creates a cookie that customers call “light and refreshing,” according to the company. Although the cookies are gluten free, they’re made in a facility that produces foods containing wheat, so they may not be safe for customers with serious gluten allergies.

Dr. Lucy’s Cinnamon Thin

These crisp treats are inspired by the classic snickerdoodle. Lucy Gibney, MD, created the line of cookies, which includes Sugar, Cinnamon, Oatmeal and Chocolate Chip flavors, for her son who has food allergies. All cookies are made without milk, eggs, peanuts and tree nuts.