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Cookies Glycemic Index (GI) and Glycemic Load (GL)


Last Update - 13th January 2016

Your search for Cookies returned the following food items.The item in this description with the lowest GI is Gran’Dia Banana, Oats and Honey (LU, Brazil) with a GI of 28 ± 5. This is classed as a food item with a low GI level.

The item in the list based around Cookies with the highest GI is Morning Coffee (Arnotts, Australia) which has a GI value of 79 ± 6. This glycemic index is classed as a high level index.

The range for the GI is 51 under the description Cookies.All of the items are classed in the range low through to a high level glycemic index.

Please click on the item to display the Glycemic Index (GI) and Glycemic Load (GL) which can be scaled for different food servings.

Cookies - GI and GL List

Gran’Dia Banana, Oats and Honey (LU, Brazil), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 28 ± 5 (low)
Glycemic Load = 21 (high) for a typical serving size of 30g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 6 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 23 g
Thé (LU, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 41 ± 7 (low)
Glycemic Load = 33 (high) for a typical serving size of 20g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 7 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 16 g
LU P’tit Déjeuner Chocolat (LU, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 42 ± 5 (low)
Glycemic Load = 29 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 14 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 34 g
Snack Right Fruit Slice (97% fat-free) (Arnott’s, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 45 ± 3 (low)
Glycemic Load = 34 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 9 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 19 g
LU P’tit Déjeuner Miel et Pépites Chocolat (LU, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 45 ± 5 (low)
Glycemic Load = 32 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 16 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 35 g
Prince Petit Déjeuner Vanille (LU, France and Spain), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 45 ± 6 (low)
Glycemic Load = 32 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 16 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 36 g
Petit LU Roussillon (LU, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 48 ± 4 (low)
Glycemic Load = 35 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 9 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 18 g
Prince Meganana Chocolate (LU, Spain), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 49 ± 12 (low)
Glycemic Load = 35 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 18 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 36 g
LU P’tit Déjeuner Miel et Pé, Mean of 3 studies, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 49 ± 2 (low)
Glycemic Load = 34 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 17 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 35 g
LU P’tit Déjeuner Miel et Pépites Chocolat (LU, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 49 ± 8 (low)
Glycemic Load = 34 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 17 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 35 g
Maltmeal wafer (Griffin’s Foods Ltd, New Zealand), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 50 ± 10 (low)
Glycemic Load = 34 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 9 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 17 g
Grany en-cas Fruits des bois (LU, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 50 ± 5 (low)
Glycemic Load = 23 (high) for a typical serving size of 30g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 7 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 14 g
Prince fourré chocolat (LU, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 50 ± 5 (low)
Glycemic Load = NA
Petit LU Normand (LU, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 51 ± 3 (low)
Glycemic Load = 39 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 10 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 19 g
Véritable Petit Beurre (LU, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 51 ± 8 (low)
Glycemic Load = 37 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 9 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 18 g
Bebe Dobre Rano Honey and Hazelnuts (Opavia/LU, Czech Republic), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 51 ± 9 (low)
Glycemic Load = 35 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 17 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 34 g
Prince fourré chocolat, Mean of 2 studies, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 52 ± 2 (low)
Glycemic Load = 35 (high) for a typical serving size of 45g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 16 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 30 g
LU P’tit Déjeuner Miel et Pépites Chocolat (LU, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 52 ± 3 (low)
Glycemic Load = 36 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 18 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 35 g
Prince fourré chocolat (LU, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 53 ± 5 (low)
Glycemic Load = NA
Oatmeal (Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 54 ± 4 (low)
Glycemic Load = 37 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 9 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 17 g
Digestives (Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 55 (low)
Glycemic Load = NA
Rich Tea (Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 55 ± 4 (low)
Glycemic Load = 42 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 10 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 19 g
Grany en-cas Abricot (LU, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 55 ± 6 (low)
Glycemic Load = 29 (high) for a typical serving size of 30g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 9 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 16 g
Highland Oatmeal (Westons biscuits, Sydney, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 55 ± 8 (low)
Glycemic Load = 40 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 10 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 18 g
Highland Oatcakes (Walker’s Shortbread Ltd, Aberlour-on-Spey, Scotland), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 57 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 34 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 9 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 15 g
Sablé des Flandres (LU, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 57 ± 10 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 43 (high) for a typical serving size of 20g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 9 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 15 g
Nutrigrain Fruits des bois (Kellogg’s, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 57 ± 4 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 37 (high) for a typical serving size of 35g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 13 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 23 g
Bebe Dobre Rano Chocolate (Opavia/LU, Czech Republic), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 57 ± 9 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 38 (high) for a typical serving size of 50g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 19 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 33 g
Digestives, gluten-free (maize starch) (Nutricia Dietary Care Ltd, Redish, Stockport, UK), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 58 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 39 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 10 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 17 g
Digestives, Mean of 3 studies, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 59 ± 2 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 38 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 9 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 16 g
Digestives (Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 59 ± 7 (medium)
Glycemic Load = NA
Oro (Saiwa, Italy), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 61 ± 9 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 49 (high) for a typical serving size of 40g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 20 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 32 g
Arrowroot plus (McCormicks’s, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 62 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 45 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 11 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 18 g
Digestives, Peak Freans (Nabisco Ltd, Toronto, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 62 (medium)
Glycemic Load = NA
Grany Rush Apricot (LU, Netherlands), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 62 ± 3 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 41 (high) for a typical serving size of 30g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 12 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 20 g
Shredded Wheatmeal (Arnotts, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 62 ± 4 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 45 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 11 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 18 g
Arrowroot (McCormicks’s, Interbare Foods, Toronto, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 63 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 50 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 13 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 20 g
Oro, Mean of 2 studies, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 64 ± 3 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 51 (high) for a typical serving size of 40g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 20 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 32 g
Shortbread (Arnotts, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 64 ± 8 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 41 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 10 (low)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 16 g
Arrowroot, Mean of 3 studies, GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 65 ± 2 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 49 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 12 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 19 g
Evergreen met Krenten (LU, Netherlands), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 66 ± 12 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 36 (high) for a typical serving size of 38g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 14 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 21 g
Bebe Jemne Susenky (Opavia/LU, Czech Republic), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 67 ± 11 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 54 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 13 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 20 g
Oro (Saiwa, Italy), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 67 ± 17 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 54 (high) for a typical serving size of 40g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 21 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 32 g
Milk Arrowroot (Arnotts, Sydney, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 69 ± 7 (medium)
Glycemic Load = 50 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 12 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 18 g
Barquette Abricot (LU, Ris, Orangis, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 71 ± 6 (high)
Glycemic Load = 57 (high) for a typical serving size of 40g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 23 (high)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 32 g
Prince Energie+ (LU, France), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 73 ± 5 (high)
Glycemic Load = 50 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 12 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 17 g
Graham Wafers (Christie Brown and Co, Toronto, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 74 (high)
Glycemic Load = 53 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 13 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 18 g
Vanilla Wafers (Christie Brown and Co, Canada), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 77 (high)
Glycemic Load = 55 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 14 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 18 g
Golden Fruit (Griffin’s Foods Ltd, Auckland, New Zealand), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 77 ± 25 (high)
Glycemic Load = 52 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 13 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 17 g
Morning Coffee (Arnotts, Australia), GI and GL
Glycemic Index = 79 ± 6 (high)
Glycemic Load = 60 (high) for a typical serving size of 25g
Glycemic Load per 100g = 15 (medium)
Availabe carbohydrate per 100g = 19 g

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