There are very few things I miss on a gluten free diet. I eat great bread, pizza, burgers and, with the opening of Coles Café in north Spokane, onion rings are now off the list of foods I miss. But there is one thing I do miss. Those waffle cookies that you can sit on top of your coffee mug to melt the gooeyness inside. Until a box of Honey Stinger Gluten Free Organic Cinnamon Waffles showed up on our porch today. I instantly tore into one, showering sticky crumbs all over my desk. They are honey filled, but not too sweet, and most of the handful of real ingredients are organic. In 1954, beekeeper Ralph Gamber and his wife Luella created the “EN-R-G Bar”; they also introduced packets of “quick energy” honey. 50 years later, Honey Stinger was founded by a group that included the Gambers’ son and grandson with the goal of providing tasty, honey-based energy foods made with natural ingredients. These devilishly-good, 140 calorie waffles are promoted as a healthy, natural energy food but are a treat you might have trouble saving for workouts and adventures only. Honeystinger.com. //