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Gluten-free fig cookies – new from Pamela’s! Enter to win!

Posted on March 4th, 2014 by Alison Read 150 Comments - Add Your Own »

Did you grow up eating Fig Newtons? I did. They are one of those nostalgic cookies for me, like Nutter Butters and Circus Animal Cookies. I never did look at the ingredients panel until recently, and… yuck. Besides the fact that Fig Newtons are gluten-ous, they also contain high fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors, soybean oil (GMO) and partially hydrogenated cottonseed oil. Not what I want to be putting in my body or my children’s bodies!

But I have exciting news! Pamela’s Products has created a gluten-free version of fig cookies that is better-tasting and healthier than the original. They are called Figgies & Jammies and come in four flavors: Blueberry & Fig, Mission Fig, Strawberry & Fig, and Raspberry & Fig. If you miss the taste of those good ol’ fig cookies because you are now gluten-free, or if you want better ingredients, you will be happy to have these.Pamela's Figgies & Jammies

I like these cookies much better than the original — they are soft and full of flavor. And, they have no corn syrup, no artificial flavors or additives, and no hydrogenated oils or trans fats. I tested them on my kids, who have never had a Fig Newton in their lives and think the concept of fig in a cookie is disgusting… and they loved them! They will make a great lunchbox or after-school treat.

FIGGIES & JAMMIES GIVEAWAY!
They are not yet on store shelves, but will be soon. In the meantime, would you like to be one of the first to try them? Pamela’s has agreed to give away the new Figgies & Jammies to three of my lucky readers! All you have to do is make a comment on this post answering the following two questions:

  • What type of cookie was your childhood favorite?
  • Which TWO flavors of Figgies & Jammies would you like to win? (Yes, you will win two packages of cookies!)

Contest will remain open until March 12, 2014 at 5:00 PST (I extended it). You may add extra comments for extra chances to win, telling me you shared the contest on Facebook or Twitter. Three winners will be randomly selected and I will contact you via email. Good luck!

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  1. My favorite childhood cookies were windmill cookies! I don’t know what the real name of them are but they were almondy and were shaped like windmills. I don’t even know if you can get them anymore! And I did love fig newtons as well. I’d love to win the mission fig and the raspberry!

  2. I shared on twitter.

  3. I shared on Facebook.

  4. My mother would get these things called “Flaky Flix”. After that, Checkerboard Wafers. Both made by “mothers” brand.

  5. These sound amazing! I am gluten intolerant and miss fig newtons!
    Better ingredients AND taste? Doesn’t get any better than that! GO PAMELA’S!!! Love the cookies’ names too, how fun! I hope I win!

  6. My favorite childhood cookies were the “chocolate pillows” my mother made every Christmas. This past year I finally found a GF flour mix that could be inserted into her recipe to make a perfect GF replica!

    As for the Fig Newtons, I loved those too and often bought them as an after school snack when I was in high school. I’d love to try the Mission Fig and Blueberry varieties. I stare wistfully every time I walk past the originals in the grocery store…

  7. Shared on twitter.

  8. Shared on Facebook too. Thanks!

  9. My favorite childhood cookie was my Nan ‘ s chocolate macaroons. We would love to try the blueberry and the raspberry figs. :)

  10. My favorite cookies were homemade chocolate chip.

    I would like to try the blueberry & fig and the mission fig varieties.

  11. My favorite childhood cookie were Chewy Chips Ahoy!! I can still conjure up that delicious flavor , my favorite after school treat :)

    I would love to try the raspberry fig and mission fig cookies!!

  12. When I was a child my favorite cookies were my Mother’s homemade chocolate chip cookies. She still makes those cookies for me if I request them. Yum.
    I’d love to win the Strawberry & Fig and the Raspberry & Fig varieties. Thanks

  13. My favorite cookies was the Pepperidge Farms Bordeaux (sp). I don’t think they make them anymore. I would like to try the Rasberry & Fig and the Blueberry & Fig.

  14. My favorite cookies growing up were windmill cookies, iced oatmeal cookies, and Fig Newtons. I loved to dunk them in milk, and of course now I can’t have gluten or casein, so I remember them fondly. I would like to win the Strawberry & Fig variety, they sound awesome. I hope these are in one of my stores soon. Can’t wait to try them all.

  15. My favorite childhood cookies were windmill cookies, and I loved pignoli cookies as well! I would love to win the Mission Fig and raspberry & fig cookies – both sound yummy!

  16. Great review! My favorite cookies growing up were Fig Newtons and soft baked chocolate chip. I would like to try the Rasberry & Fig and the Blueberry & Fig. I look forward to trying these cookies and thank you for the opportunity to try them.

  17. I was the baker in my family growing up and one of my favorite cookies to bake was snickerdoodles. I still bake a few GF cookies but would love to try the Mission Fig and any of the Jammies. Thank You1

  18. My favorite actually was “Windmill” cookies. Don’t know what the real name is but I loved, loved, loved them, especially the little slices of almonds. Second favorite was fig newtons, yum, but we hardly ever got either of them; mostly we got the huge bargain (broken pieces) bags of cheap cookies.

    I would love the Mission Fig and the Rasberry and Fig flavors. Perfectly delicious sounding. I really miss fig newtons.

  19. My favorite cookies were oatmeal with raisins. I would like the Mission Fig and Raspberry and Fig flavors if I win.

  20. My favorite cookies were my Grandma’s Gingersnaps!
    The two that I’d most like to try are Mission Fig and Starwberry Fig.

  21. My favorite cookie when I was growing up actually was a fig cookie made by my grandma but they were not GF and that was over 40 years ago…I would LOVE to be able to try Pamela’s GF fig cookies (strawberry ones would be great to try as well!) and have my “fig cookies” once again! :-)

  22. Fig Newton’s definitely. I got a friend hooked who came for coffee. I ate 2 every morning with tea. Now that I have celiac disease I don’t eat as many sweets but would love to try them. I’d like the Mission Fig and raspberry fig to start for afternoon tea.

  23. I used to LOVE Pepperidge Farm mint Milano cookies before being diagnosed. I would love to try the strawberry and raspberry fig cookies. Thank you for the giveaway.

  24. My favorite childhood cookies were the windmill type of cookies. I loved the unique shape and they tasted so good.
    I also loved Fig Newton cookies and would so enjoy trying Pamela’s new Strawberry and Blueberry cookies.

  25. Frosted Animal Cookies they were pink and white and had very little dot type sprinkles on them!! I also LOVED my own Mother’s Persimmon cookies (seasonal)! Strawberry and Fig and Blueberry and Fig, I am sharing on FB Thank You, Pamela’s and Alison!

  26. My favorite cookies were the Christmas cookies my mom and grandfather made. My grandfather owned a German bakery. Thankfully my mom has converted many of the family recipes to gluten-free so I can still enjoy the cookies. I would like to win the raspberry & fig cookies. I’m looking forward to seeing them in the stores.

  27. My childhood faves were Pecan Sandies. I would LOVE to win the mission fig and strawberry varieties!

  28. My favorite cookies were Nutter Butters. So excited to see this line of cookies from Pamela’s. I would love to try the Fig and raspberry variety. Will share on Facebook.

  29. My favorite childhood cookie was any soft and chewy molasses cookie. I would love to try the Figgies and Jammies, Raspberry and fig.

  30. My favorite childhood cookie is the Molasses cookie. I would love to try the Figgies and Jammies gluten free Strawberry & Fig, and Raspberry & Fig.

  31. I just shared it on Facebook! Yay, I cant wait to try them!!

  32. My favorite cookies were called hard cookies, they had nuts, raisins and peanut butter, I found a gluten & dairy free recipe, also it loved wafer cookies, they came in choc, vanilla and strawberry. I would LOVE to try Strawberry Fig and Raspberry Fig from Pamela’s!

  33. I’ve seen folks at the expos posting about these — excited to try them, great giveaway! Growing up, we didn’t do store bought cookies, my Grandma’s Monster Cookies were my favorite. For these, I’d love to try the regular Mission Fig and the Raspberry. Thanks!

  34. I always loved my grandma’s crunchy sugar cookies. I was always a fan of fig newtons too. I would love to try the mission fig and the raspberry fig. thanks.

  35. My favorite cookies growing and still are S shaped Italian cookies.

    I think everyone in our house would enjoy the strawberry and raspberry cookies!

  36. My favorite childhood cookie was chocolate chip. And I would love to win the Mission fig and Blueberry fig cookies. Thanks for the opportunity!!

  37. I was a homemade choc chip kid
    Hubby was fig newton & nutter butter

    My daughter would love to try the blueberry & strawberry
    Bering a Celiac tween is so challenging these would be a great treat

  38. my fav has and always will be oatmeal…homemade softness..i would try the fig..

  39. May favorite cookies were probably Girl Scout Thin Mints. FIgs are my favorite food, so this is amazing! I’d pick Raspberry and Fig, and Mission Fig. Thank you!

  40. I always loved choc chip cookies fresh from the oven! For the fig ones, I would love to try blueberry, and the Strawberry one!!!!

  41. My Grandmother’s homemade sugar cookies were my favorite.
    I would like to try the blueberry & fig and the mission fig.

  42. I commented on Facebook.

  43. I would LOVE the mission fig, and the raspberry fig. Our family is fig crazy! We have our own green fig tree in our patio, it’s huge, but I can never bring myself to make anything out of them, just eating them warm from the tree is heaven! I’m ashamed to admit it but Oreos were my fav. My mom was a true earth mother making all our bread, yogurt, cookies from scratch and we never had anything processed when we were kids. When we would cross the world to visit my grandparents in Germany my grandpa would always have his secret stash of Oreos, we would sneak out of bed at night to eat these marvelous creations. They are disgusting to think of now, but they taste soooo good!

  44. After Mom’s homemade, I think Fig Newtons were my favorite. I’d love to try the mission fig and raspberry.

  45. Oreos were my favorite (no wonder I have food issues now)! I would like to try the Blueberry and Raspberry.

  46. Growing up I loved Cameo cookies which are similar to Vienna Fingers! I would like to try the Mission Fig & Raspberry Fig. Thanks for the contest!

  47. I shared on fb!

  48. My favorite cookies were Maurice Lennel’s pinwheel cookies and my mother’s homemade crescent pecan cookies. I would love to try the strawberry fig and the raspberry fig cookies from Pamela’s. They sound delicious!

  49. I miss fig newtons so much that I’ve taken to eating figs by themselves because none of the other GF fig cookies come close (& I’m not ambitious enough to make my own).
    This is exciting news! My favorite childhood cookies are fig newtons & vanilla wafers & homemade chocolate chip.

  50. Gaahhhh! They have dairy…. Nooooooooo

  51. Oreos were my favorite, but I was just thinking the other day how much I miss fig newtons!! I’d love to try them all, but would start with the strawberry and blueberry :)

  52. I was very fortunate to have a mother who baked and baked and baked. We lived on a farm and only went to town for staples (flour, sugar etc.) so store bought was not an option. We raised our own beef and had a huge garden. My favorite cookie were her snowballs that she made at Christmas. In fact every time I see them happy memories galore. Fast forward and I miss fig newtons since going gluten free. I’d love to try the fig which is my favorite and blueberry takes a second.

  53. My favorite cookie growing up was my grandma’s chewy oatmeal cookies made with dates. I would love to try the Blueberry/Fig or the Mission Fig. I used to love the regular Fig Newtons growing up too. Gotta go find a cookie now!

  54. Oh, I had lots of favorites…peanut butter cookies made by the baby nurse my mother hired when each of my three brothers was born; Fig Newtons, Oreos, among others.
    When I was at the store the other day, I was thinking, “When will someone make a gluten free fig cookie!” I would love the Mission Fig and the Raspberry.

  55. My favorite cookies were peanut butter with a Hershey’s Kiss on top. I would love to try the Blueberry & Fig and the Mission Fig.

  56. Looks like a Poptart!! Would love these…especially hard to find without corn syrup or gluten.

  57. Would love to try all the flavours! one of my favorite cookies that I really miss!

  58. My favorite cookie growing up was my mom’s homemade snickerdoodles. They were my favorites. I want to attempt to make them gluten-free…I just don’t know if I can replicate the results.

    I’d love to win the Strawberry & Fig and the Mission Fig. They sound AWESOME!

  59. My favorite was chocolate chip. I would like to try blueberry and strawberry.

  60. Oh my goodness! I’ve always said that we need a good gluten-free fig newton! There’s one out there on the market that is decent (but not much fig filling – too much dough). I trust Pamela’s to make a great one! Newman’s makes a wheat free one but it’s not safe for Celiacs.

    A favorite cookie from my childhood was a Garibaldi – I’m a fan of the sweet fruity cookies and those have currants in them.

    I love straight fig newtons – so would go with the Mission Fig and probably the Raspberry & Fig as a second choice.

  61. My favorite cookie as a child was buttermilk cookies. They were my Grandma’s recipe and they were sooooo good.

    I would love to try the strawberry and blueberry flavors.

  62. I shared this on my facebook page.

  63. My favorite cookie was Fig newtons and any cookie from a company called Burry”s…….I would love to try Pamela,s mission and raspberry….can not wait for them to be in the stores…….<3

  64. My Mom’s Snickerdoodles and the Girl Scout Caramel Delites are tied as my favorite cookies growing up!

    I would love to try the Raspberry & Fig and the Mission & Fig :)

  65. Shared on Facebook!

    I grew up eating Fig Newtons despite hating figs. I grew up eating them at my grandma’s house every day I would walk to her house. We sat at her red 1950s style dining table, and ate Fig Newtons with a small cup of milk. When we finished, we usually watched Gone with the Wind on her VCR while I played with her Tinker Toys, which was actually my dad’s set from childhood. Fig Newtons are the ultimate comfort food for me, because they remind me of my grandmother, who I was very close to, and I lost her about nine years ago, it would mean a lot to get to try these, since I have a gluten sensitivity.

  66. By the way, I would be happy for just two packages of the fig!

  67. My favorite cookies growing up were fig newtons! I have been dying to find gluten free fig cookies since I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease. I would love to try your Mission Fig and Raspberry and Fig varieties!

  68. I loved the butter flavored ones shaped like a flower. I would put my finger in the middle and eat my way around the outside. Fig Newtons were a close second. Can’t wait to try these!

  69. Shared on Facebook. I’d like to try the Mission Fig and the Blueberry ones first, then all of them. :-)

  70. My favorite cookies growing up were my grandmothers Oatmeal Chocolate Chip cookies and my mom’s Sugar cookies. I used to love Fig Newtons but they’re laced ingredients I won’t put in my body. I’m no longer able to eat gluten and it would be fabulous to be able to try Figgies & Jam especially the Raspberry & Blueberry.

    Posted to FaceBook!

  71. Raspberry and Mission! Favorite childhood cookie? I think it was those little flower shaped butter cookies that you stuck on your finger. Teenage favorite was fig newtons so thank you for creating and making these!!

  72. Linzer cookies were my childhood favorite, but i loved Fig Newtons too. I’d love to try all of these but particularly the Fig and the Blueberry ones!

  73. I loved Fig Newtons as a child! Like Jenn above, I have been desperate to find them in gluten free since I was diagnosed 10 yrs ago. Pamela’s makes the best baked goods and I would love to try the mission fig and the blueberry please.

  74. Iced lemon cookies were my favorite. I think the strawberry and raspberries would be the first we would try.

  75. As a kid my favorite store bought cookies (didn’t happen often) were NutterButters. Homemade cookies, were my grandmother’s Snickerdoodles and peanut butter criscrosses.
    I also enjoyed the Fig Newtons. I was just mentioning to a friend that I would really like a GF Fig Newton, but I was just too lazy to make one myself.
    If I am lucky enough to be selected, I would love to try the raspberry and strawberry varieties.

  76. i loved nutter butters, the peanut shapped cookies…or any girl scout cookies. :)
    i would love to try the fig, and either strawberry or raspberry… all
    sound amazing. :)

  77. My favorite childhood cookies were animal crackers! I would LOVE to try the blueberry and raspberry flavors!

  78. Home made chocolate chip cookies right out of the oven just soft enough they would bend across your finger as you ate! As far as fig cookies go, I would like to try the strawberry and raspberry fig cookies. Wow, they look yummy!

  79. My favorite growing up was chocolate chip oatmeal cookies. Yumm!

    I would like to try the Mission Fig and Strawberry & Fig Figgies & Jammies – I miss the taste of fig newtons!

  80. I shared on Facebook.

  81. My favorite cookie growing up was lemon cooler cookies. Little, delicate lemon flavored cookies all covered in powdered sugar. Yum! I would love to try the strawberry and fig and the mission fig. I haven’t had a fig newton cookie in ages due to gluten.

  82. Strawberry Fig and Mission fig look mighty delicious!

  83. Shared on Facebook! :)

  84. I looove chocolate chip cookies. And still do :)

  85. I honestly lived fig newtons, I think I was a strange kid… lol… I would love to try the strawberry & fig and the raspberry & fig ones. The fig newtons when I was a kid I would sneak out iof the cabinet & hide from mom so she would buy more. Can’t wait for these to come out!

  86. I loved eating home made chocolate chip cookies right out of the oven when they were just soft enough they would mold to the shape of your fingers! To try some of Pamela’s new strawberry and raspberry fig cookies would be awesome!

  87. My favorite cookies as a child were molasses crinkles and Mexican wedding cakes. I would love to try your blueberry and raspberry figgies. Love all your products! Keep them coming.

  88. My favorite cookies growing up were my grandma’s ammonia cookies. She made them for Christmas every year. I would like to try Mission Figs and Strawberry Fig cookies.

  89. I loved Oreos and Chips Ahoy when I was a kid (and NOT GF)! I would love to try the Mission Fig and the Raspberry & Fig. I can’t wait to find these in stores!

  90. I have always been spoiled. In my life before I had to be gluten free and in my life now, my absolute favorite cookie was the one my mom was making at the time. She is always trying new recipes and coming up with delectable new dreamy bites. As a kid, though, my favorite was her white chocolate chip macadamia nut cookies….

    I have to say though… When I had to go gluten free one of the things I missed the most… And continue to miss terribly…. Are fig newtons. I LOVED them! I am SOOOO excited to see that Pamela has made some. I adore her products. My whole family does. They keep me going and they constantly give me a little piece of home, despite being far far away from it. Thank you Pamela for all that you do and for the hard work you’ve put in to being readily available over so much of the country. You have made the GF world so much easier to manage!

  91. My favorite cookie was Oreos. Dipping them into a glass of cold milk was the ultimate treat. I would love to try the strawberry and fig and blueberry and fig cookies. We love all of the Pamela’s products we have tried so far!

  92. My favorite cookie growing up was Oreos. I’m a strawberry person so the strawberry/fig would be my choice!!!

  93. My favorite childhood cookie was the Keebler Fudge Stripe cookies since they could be dipped in milk to soften a bit but still held together since the bottoms were coated in chocolaty goodness. Wow, that takes me back. I tried the Blueberry & Fig variety at the Natural Food Expo in Anaheim this past weekend and thought it was amazing! I’m also a purist so a clean Mission Fig Figgie & Jammie sounds delicious, too. Gonna share this in Facebook!

  94. As a child I loved chips ahoy chocolate chip cookies. I would love to try the Strawberry & Fig and and the Raspberry & Fig first. Looking forward to trying these at the Celiac Disease GF Expo in a few months.

  95. My favorite packaged cookies were Teddy Grahams. I know it’s weird but I just loved them. I can’t wait to try the fig and the blueberry & fig flavors.

  96. I tweeted about it

  97. Shared on Speechercize and Gluten Free’s facebook page

  98. Oreos were my all time favorite growing up.
    Would love to try the fig and strawberry varieties.

  99. I always loved chocolate chip cookies as a kid – still do! I’d love to win the Mission Fig and the Strawberries and Fig. Thanks for the contest!

  100. My favorite cookie was a nutter butter.
    The mission fig and strawberry fig look amazing

  101. My favorite kind of cookie was a tie between peanut butter and mexican wedding cakes. I would love to try the strawberry and the mission fig.

  102. As a child I guess I would say my favorite cookie was chocolate chip.

    I have Celiac Disease and miss all the cookies. Fig Newtons has always been a cookie in our house. My husband and grand children love Fig Newton and Strawberry Fig Newton. They eat them in front of me all the time. Would love to have some of my own. I would love to try the Mission Fig and Strawberry Fig. Thank you so much for this opportunity.

  103. chocolate chip always! blueberry & mission!

  104. chocolate chip! mission & blueberry!

  105. Shared this on Facebook!

  106. OH WOW! Fig Newtons were my favorite cookie pre-diagnosis! I miss them so!! I even attempted to make some once… once… I cant wait to try these, even if I don’t win, I’ll be getting some, but sure would love winning!!

  107. OOps, I would love the mission fig, and a blueberry fig if I win.

    Also, I shared to Facebook!

  108. Shared to Twitter!

  109. Growing up, I used to make Mexican Wedding Cookies. Those were my fav…Absolutely delicious! Now if I won, I would love Mission Fig (I LOVE figs!) and Raspberry & Fig. Thanks! Wish me luck!

  110. Homemade chocolate chip and soft sugar cakes were my childhood favorites. I think I would like to try mission and blueberry.

  111. I love cookies, period! Cannot pick a favorite, there are too many! Since needing to live GF/DF about 5 years ago, Pamela’s Products have been a mainstay, ever since my mom discovered the awesome & versatile pancake & baking mix, just by keeping an eye out for foods that I could eat & would enjoy. I’d love to win some blueberry & raspberry Figgies & Jammies!

  112. My favorite childhood cookie was chocolate chip cookies. I have always loved them.

    The 2 flavors I’d love to win are the Blueberry & Fig and the Raspberry & Fig. These look amazing! Thanks so much for the giveaway.

  113. When I was little my grandfather use to make the best chocolate chip cookies. To this day they are still my favorite. After having to go gluten free I miss eating a lot of my favorite deserts. I would love to try the Strawberry fig and the Raspberry fig. They sound so yummy!

  114. My favorite cookie’s growing up are snicker-doodles and basic wafers. I wold love to try strawberry and blueberry. Thanks

  115. Fig Newtons were one of my favorites — and I liked coconut macaroons. I’m so glad that Pamela’s is adding gluten free fig cookies to it’s already awesome line up of products!! I would want Mission Fig and Raspberry Fig. Thanks so much for the good news!!

  116. My childhood favorites and even now are Pecan Sandies, wich I don’t remember when I had them. I would LOVE to win the mission fig and raspberry varieties!

    Thank you!

  117. Shared on twitter!

  118. Shared on FB – as a young boy I never liked them – it wasn’t until my 20′s that the originals grew on me – loved them… too much perhaps… ;)

  119. As a kid my favorite cookies were white chocolate macadamia nut and froZen fig newtons.. If I win I would like the mission fig and the blueberry fig variety… Yummy

  120. My favorite cookie when I was a kid was Nutter Butters because they were my dad’s.
    I would love to try the Blueberry & the Raspberry ones. Thanks!

  121. I shared on fb.

  122. Would love to try them all, even if it’s just one package and all the different kinds in one package! I am a true Pamela fan and love her brownie mix as well and her Biscottis too!!

  123. Pamela makes great products. I have been buying them for years, starting with her muffins at diet center years ago!

  124. My favorite cookies as a child were almond crescents. Mmm, the yummy memories.

    I’d love to try the Blueberry & Fig and Raspberry & Fig!

  125. Happily shared on Facebook

  126. My favorite fig-newton cookie when i was a child
    was the Strawberry & apricot flavors!!

    But since i found out about a yr & half ago when i was having
    problems with my tummy & suffering from severe Migrains i began
    Changing foods in my diet. I even contacted my Dr. & had several
    test done, including Celiacs Disease test. Turns out that i have a Sever Allergy to foods containing gluten/ “wheat flour” in them :’(. I am now on a 100% Gluten Free diet & it’s helped tremendously!!

    The two Flavors i would just Love to Win and try are your Strawberry&Fig and Raspberry&Fig!! Hope i Win & Thanks a Lot for this give-away.

  127. Actually snickerdoodle was my favorite…I would very much like to try the Blueberry Fig and the Mission Fig. Thank you !

  128. I loved vanilla wafers

    Love to win blueberry and strawberry

  129. My favorite childhood cookie was chocolate chip! (Chocoholic For Life!!) My grandmother, a type 2 diabetic, thought fig newtons were the best thing west of the Mississippi.
    These, I do feel confident in saying, will be at least a trillion times as good.
    I have put the Pamela’s Products at the top of my shopping list many times ;) Can’t think of any variation that has turned out with a single flaw.

    If selected please reserve strawberries & figs and mission fig :-) Cannot WAIT until they hit stores!!

  130. My Favorite cookies as a child when we were allowed to have them. Was the little red box of animal crackers that we packed around pretending to be our purses . We weren’t allowed to eat the other grown up cookies those were reserved for dad As we pretended to be mommies and passing out rewards. wearing moms high heel shoes.
    If I was chosen to win I would chose Raspberry &Fig or Fig & Mission Fig. I hope i win . that would be awesome Thank you for having the contest.

  131. I love peanut butter chocolate chip cookies and snickerdooldles growing up, i would really like to try the blueberry and strawberry figgies, I miss soft cookies like that. :)

  132. I loved loved loved Gingersnaps as a kid….and still do. Thank you for making a flour blend that make my baking taste as good as I remember it as a child.
    My selection are Raspberry and Fig, and Strawberry and Fig.
    I’m excited to see them in stores!

  133. Wow. A lady after my own heart…. Circus animal cookies, Nutter Butters and Pogen Ginger Snaps (they were rolled and cut in the shape of animals) definitely stand out in my mind as my very favorites.. I was JUST thinking I should try my hand at making a GF fig newton cookie because I loved those too (I really liked the apple ones also…Maybe Pamelas will consider adding another flavor) :) Id love to try ANY of those flavors and Id be a happy girl.

  134. I loved all of my mom’s homemade cookies, especially oatmeal raisin, chocolate chip, ginger-molasses, and a snickerdoodle – type called Sand Tarts. Girl Scout Samoa were also a favorite. Would love to try the fig and fig & strawberry varieties! Sharing on Facebook too. :-)

  135. I actually used to buy a box of fig newtons and a box of nutter butters and eat both at the same time switching off. I didn’t realize that my bodys reaction of craving more and more was a result of a reaction.
    •Which TWO flavors of Figgies & Jammies would you like to win? strawberry and blueberry.
    I am so excited!

  136. My favorite childhood cookies were the frosted animal cookies with sprinkles on them. Have figured out how to do them GF for my kids. I would love the blueberry and strawberry!!

  137. My favorite cookie growing up were my grandma’s snicker doodles. She always had an ice cream pail in here freezer. I can bake these gluten free now!

    Of all the cookies I have missed the most since being gluten free, 10 years now, has been fig newtons. I just LOVE them. I can’t wait to try them all but am most excite for the Mission Fig and the Blueberries and Fig!

  138. My favorite childhood cookie was iced molasses.

    I would love to try the strawberry & fig and the raspberry & fig!

  139. My favorite store bought cookies when I was a kid was the iced animal cookies. I frequently shared them, (before I knew better),with my German Shepard dog. My favorite home-made cookies with my Grandmother’s oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. I did like Fig Newton’s a lot too. I remember frequently having them in my lunch.
    I would love it if we won especially home much better Pamela’s is making them. Our daughter has Celiac & has never had Fig Newton’s up & would love to try them. I cook solely gluten free. We would like to try the Strawberry and Mission Fig.

  140. My favorite store bought cookies were Christie fudgeo’s and Pirate Peanut butter cookies, I also enjoyed turnovers and fig newtons too. Favorite homemade cookies were chocolate chip chewy cookies. Looking forward to trying Pamela’s fig newton cookies especially with better ingredients.

  141. My favorite childhood cookies were alway’s the Animal Cracker’s with the pink and white frosting on them! If I win, I would love to try the Blueberry & Fig, and the Strawberry & Fig cookies. Thank you so much!!

  142. I shared on Face book. :)

  143. My favorites were definitely Oreos. Still miss ‘em…

    I’d love to try Mission fig and Strawberry fig.

  144. Favorite childhood cookie was called a Jam Jam. Would love Mission fig And Raspberry fig !!!! Good luck everyone so excited to try these!!!!!!!

  145. My childhood favorite was a homemade chocolate chip cookie, thankfully making those gluten free isn’t hard.
    But oh my goodness we miss Fig Newtons in our house since going gluten free. I’d love to try the Mission Fig and Strawberry Fig.

  146. My favorite cookie was shortbread . Loved fig newtons as well..So glad you have made these . We just bought a pack of the Raspberry they were AMAZING ..the only problem is you just cant eat one !!!!! would love to try the others as well

  147. As a child Shortbread and Fig newtons were my favorite . Tried your Shortbread !!!Wonderful flavor
    Just tried the Raspberry AMAZING !!!!!
    Would love to try the others as well .
    The one problem is you can’t just eat one !!!! :)

  148. Thank you for entering everyone! Comments to enter the contest are now closed. I will announce a winner tomorrow!

  149. Congratulations to the three winners chosen at random: Emily, Lauren S., and Karol! I will contact you via email to get your mailing address. -Alison

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