Jorge Cruise features Jennie's Coconut Macaroons in the Belly Fat Cure book. I found them to be a nice sweet little snack or dessert, even if you are not a macaroon fan. They are regular sized macaroons and very moist. They were sweeter than I expected, but no too sweet. The package comes with 10 macaroons, or 5 servings. They are a nice way to end a light meal, or have with a cup of tea. They are also perfect to serve at a party!
They are sweetened with Matlitol, which can upset some people's stomachs if you over eat. Maltitol is a Sugar Alcohol and considered a natural sweetener. They have 1gram Sugar/13grams Carbs/1gram Fiber for 2 macaroons for an S/C Value of 1/1. Almost all the Carbohydrates come from the Sugar Alcohol. They are also Lactose and Gluten Free. I loved the fact that they are made with only three ingredients: Unsweetened Sulfate Free coconut, maltitol, egg whites.
They also come in Chocolate and Carob flavors, which I have not tried or looked at the Nutrition Facts for, so I'm not sure if that are Belly Good. I would put them right up there with the Joseph's Sugar Free Cookies, as great BFC snacks. They can be hard to find, but I got mine at CarbSmart, which also sells through Amazon. If you have found them at a retailer, please leave a comment and let us all know where.
Disclaimer: This product was provided to me free of charge. That in no way effected my opinions on this product.