I love the concept of 100 calorie packs, since they allow those of us that are watching our intake to splurge a bit, but with a reasonable predetermined portion size. Unfortunately, many of these portioned snack packs contain undesirable ingredients. So, I'm always on the lookout for "100 calorie like" packs, but with smarter, "better for me," ingredients.
I recently came across Ian's Cookie Buttons at my local Whole Foods. They are similar to 100 calorie packs, in that they come in little one-serving packages that are actually made for kids. The Organic Chocolate Chip and Double Chocolate Chip flavors come in 100 calorie cookie packs (2 WW points) that contain 18 cookies each, and the Crunchy Cinnamon Buttons (which are wheat free and gluten free) are 120 calories and 3 WW points for 23 cookies. These cookies buttons are a much better alternative to many of the other 100 calorie cookie packs on the market since they are made from non-bleached flour (wheat flour in the case of the Chocolate Chip and Double Chocolate Chip Flavors), and do NOT contain any refined sugars. They definitely make a really yummy, convenient snack or desert!
Most often, I just eat them straight out of the bag. But sometimes I'll crush half a package of the double chocolate cookies, and then I'll spread them over some ice cream and add some whipped cream for a smart, low calorie, ice cream sundae. If you like milk and cookies, you might consider eating a pack of the chocolate chip flavored cookies while drinking a cup of 1 WW point almond milk. Or you could even just crush some and put them into your fage yogurt!
I buy Ian's Cookie Buttons at my local Whole Foods but I see on their website that they are available at a lot of other stores (yay!). I also made them available at the Yummy Diet Food Amazon Store.