My grocery store makes these "Pop Cakes" fresh in the store. I had seen them previously but ignored them because I thought they would taste like styrofoam. I bought some yesterday and think they're great; very crunchy with a great corn taste.
But as a newbie I'm not sure if they're 100% "McDougall friendly."
These are the ingredients: Wheat Flour, Rice Flour, Corn Flour, Water, Sea Salt, Olive Oil (As processing aid, 0.2%) Contains Gluten
The only thing that registers on the nutritional info is 1% Total Carbohydrate.
Besides the oil, also keep in mind that when we do eat flour products, it's recommended that we eat as close to the whole grain as possible. Things that are called "wheat flour" and "corn flour" are highly processed and refined foods and as such are something to be avoided. And their addictiveness is one of the reasons why! It is more satisfying and filling to eat whole grains rather than flour products.