First for Women
"Paleo Made Easy!”
Scholastic Parent & Child
"We Are Obsessed!”
"Into the Paleo”
May 1, 2013
The Morning Blend
April 24, 2013
"10 Easy Paleo Diet Recipes"
Clean Eating Magazine
Jan-Feb 2012 Issue
"Spreading Paleo Joy”
December 2011 Issue
"Best New Belly-Slimming Snacks”
September 27, 2011
"Breakfast at Your Desk”
August 18, 2011
August 12, 2011
June 21, 2011
May 27, 2011
Serious Eats: New York
May 5, 2011
Good Money segment, “Becoming a 'Hobbypreneur”
August 16, 2010
“Best of the Summer Fancy Food Show 2010”
June 29, 2010
“New for you” —
Issue 4, 2009
Shecky's - Oct '13
"Both dairy and gluten free, these scrumptious cookies come in a variety of different flavors."
Healthy Nest - July '13
"Oh my gosh, they were good. Nutty, honey-y, light and sweet—just perfect."
Kristin McGee - May '13
"Because of the healthy fats, they really fill you up and help you from eating too many in one sitting...I can’t choose a favorite, they are all so tasty!"
Clean Eating Magazine - Jan '12
"These gluten-free, 100% all-natural cookies are soft and chewy... They're a great source of protein and at just 65 calories per cookie, these snacks are the next best thing to foraging for your own ingredients."
Vital Juice - Aug '11
"We tried the tasty tropical cookies and loved how naturally sweet (and satisfying) they were."
Blisstree.com - June '11
"For a cookie with no flour, sugar, butter, or chocolate, they’re stunningly good."
Hungry Hungry Hippie - Mar '11
"The texture was awesome because the nuts were undetectable, but there was still a hint of crispy crunch with raisins mixed in too. It reminded me a lot of a molasses cookie…with a touch of gingerbread flavoring. Definitely yummy."
Just Desserts NYC - Oct '10
"The cookie itself is chewy and soft, and it seemed extremely fresh... I enjoyed the strong 3 spice flavors, and it had a nice “rawness” to it that made me feel like I was eating something good for me."
Gluten Free Easily - Jun '10
"One of the very few 'processed' products that I’m willing to recommend...Caveman Cookies contain high quality ingredients and are a great gluten-free choice when one needs a cookie fix."
Paleo Diet Blog — May ’10
“In conclusion, if you are looking for a sweet little somethin-somethin to have for dessert, or as a go-to treat on the road, check out CavemanBakery.com. The cookies are delicious, they are paleo, and they are clearly made with love and attention.”
Fit and Fabulous — Apr ’10
“These would be the perfect treat to have with coffee – it was hard to eat just one!”
Fit in Milwaukee — Feb ’10
“Caveman Cookies has a new variety—Tropical. They were a paradise in my mouth full of Tropical goodness.”
The Clothes Make the Girl — Dec’09
“They’re sweet and chewy and totally satisfying.”
Georgiegirl — Nov ’09
“For all the cookie monsters in my life who also try and remain healthy, I just stumbled across a treat for you… OH MY GOD. These cookies are divine.”
Miss Muffets — Oct ’09
“These cookies are delicious and 100% primal…The sweetness conquered my cravings and prevented me from finishing off the entire bag; the perfect combination!!”
Son of Grok — Sept ‘09
“Conclusions: These taste awesome and truly are a worthy investment. I wouldn’t make a habit of packing them back but one here and there is definitely a reasonable treat. Also as I said, these would make an excellent gift!"
Ericadhouse.com - July '13
"Those Caveman Cookies were gone in about 5 minutes – freaking delicious!"
Subscription Maven - July '13
"These little cookies were divine. Soft, chewy and coconuty, I could not get enough!"
Athlete Culture - Feb '13
Roundup of "Essential Products for the Paleo Lifestyle"
Low Country Paleo - Dec '12
"Caveman Cookies are convenient, shelf stable, and yummy."
NewYorkFamily.com - Oct '11
"True to the bakery's claim, the cookies were incredibly dense and chewy—and definitely as sweet and satisfying as cookies go."
Gear Patrol - Sept '11
"Caveman Cookies proves natural and cookies aren’t mutually exclusive."
Fooducate - Aug '11
"This is about as unprocessed as you can get, unless the almonds and hazelnuts would be left whole."
Nell Stephenson - Dec '10
"If you're going to splurge, once in a while, give 'em a try and stay Paleo, rather than heading off to the cookie shop in the mall and getting a stomach full of gliadin, gluten and corn syrup!"
Bloomington PowerFit — Apr ’10
“One of my good friends sent me two boxes of Caveman Cookies from Caveman Bakery and they were DELICIOUS!”
Annarbor.com — Apr ‘10
“Embrace your inner caveman with the Paleo Diet…New York City now boasts a Caveman Bakery featuring ’high quality Paleolithic baked treats.’"
ABA Journal — Mar ’10
“Hughes Hubbard Associate Quits to Run Caveman Cookie Venture”
Aric Monts: Analyst, Triathlete, Human — Feb ’10
“For a long time, cookies were too modern to be considered primal. Now, after long last, a truly, primal cavemen cookie has hit the market. woohoo!”
Delish.com — Jan ’10
“Munchies from Prehistory…A cute alternative to the innumerable cookie options out there.”