Ona Maple Pecan Cinnamon Raisin and Brownie Style Cookies with ingredients

Ona Cookies Ingredients

Every Ona cookie ingredient is consciously selected for quality, flavor, and alignment with human health. All the joy of the cookie experience; all the nourishment of real food.
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Nature's sweeteners

Ona cookies are sweetened only with pure honey or maple syrup—ancient sweeteners backed by modern science.


Far from "just another sugar," honey is packed with over 200 health-promoting substances—including enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. It contains the same polyphenols that give fruits and veggies many of their health benefits, and has anti-inflammatory effects that benefit the brain.

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Maple syrup

Maple syrup contains at least 24 antioxidants, giving it antioxidant capacity on par with strawberries. Both maple syrup and honey are rich in prebiotic fibers that selectively feed the good bacteria in the gut. By contrast, artificial sweeteners and refined sugar pose risks of harming gut health.

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Nutritious nuts

Nuts provide more than just meaty, tasty crunch. They're also packed with fiber, minerals, antioxidants, and healthy fats.
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Walnuts are excellent sources of omega-3 fats, a critical nutrient for heart and brain health. These nuts have been shown to support blood sugar control, help reduce inflammation, improve digestion, promote neurological function, lower blood pressure, and protect cells from free radical damage.



Almond flour is a rich, nutty, delicious source of healthy fats and fiber. Almonds are exceptionally high in vitamin E, a fat-soluble antioxidant that supports cardiovascular health. It's also rich in bone-building minerals like calcium, magnesium, and manganese.



Pecans have the highest antioxidant capacity out of any nut, making them potentially protective against cancer, cardiovascular disease, and premature aging. They’re also an excellent source of minerals that support metabolic health, including copper and manganese.



Coconut provides antioxidants, phytonutrients, and hard-to-find minerals like copper and selenium. As a natural source of medium-chain triglycerides, coconut can support metabolic health and body composition, while providing clean quick-burning fuel for cells.

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Premium spices

Ona cookies feature premium quality spices, delivering both luscious flavor and unique health benefits.
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Ceylon cinnamon

In contrast to the cassia cinnamon commonly used in baked goods, Ceylon is considered the “true” cinnamon: milder, sweeter, and more delicate than cassia, while also boasting benefits for blood sugar regulation, insulin sensitivity, and antioxidant protection.



Along with being famously delicious, cocoa is a fantastic source of polyphenols, especially a sub-group called flavanols. Cocoa flavanols have been shown to reduce inflammation, improve cardiovascular health, benefit brain function, and improve blood flow within the body.

Ona Maple Pecan Cinnamon Raisin and Brownie Style Cookies with ingredients

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