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    Cookies what's your favorite

    Apologize if this has been asked b4. What's your favorite cookie? This doesn't include home baked or other baking resources. It is fully geared to processed product from mainstay resources like grocery stores. Me Oreo Cookies. Not the vanilla crap. Chocolate cream filled. What's yours?

    #2
    I don't eat many... but peanut butter cookies will always be my favorite. I have fond memories of my grandma letting me put the fork marks on when I was very young. She passed when I was a teen. The closest (including home made) I've come to her cookies is the Grandmas Cookies brand PB ones.

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      #3
      We have a regional convenience store chain in my area called Kwik Trip. They make their own cookies. All varieties are incredible. Chocolate chip are my personal faves. White chocolate macadamia nut are pretty awesome too.

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      • IowaGirl
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        Mmmm -- Kwik Trip's cookies are good aren't they! Hubby brought home some lemon cookies yesterday from Kwik Star (the name for Kwik Trip in Iowa) and they're tasty too. Two of my faves are Kwik Trip's soft molasses cookies and their rich brownie cookies.

      • Joey877
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        After living in Iowa for six years, the only thing my family talks about missing from there is Kwik Star. Their breakfast sammiches are the bomb.

      #4
      My wife’s double chocolate chip cookies and her raspberry shortbread with drizzled almond sauce on top. She will make like 2 dozen shortbread cookies and I will just eat them all in 2 days.

      I don’t eat grocery store cookies much anymore but usually I buy Famous Amos chocolate chip.
      Last edited by IFindZeroBadCooks; September 15, 2021, 06:57 PM.

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        #5
        As a kid it was Duncan Hines chocolate chip cookies then when I was in high school my mom started buying Matt’s chocolate chip cookies. For me I love soft cookies.

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          #6
          Mass produced off the shelf, has to be double stuffed oreos, otherwise I don't want them. But, if i could choose any cookie it would be chocolate chip from Insomnia Cookies, they keep them in a warming drawer....kinda unfair.

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          • kjbarth
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            Oh, Insomnia cookies. They are good!

          • HawkerXP
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            Like at Doubletree hotels. yum.

          #7
          Thin Mints whenever the Girl Scouts are selling them.

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          • RichieB
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            Oh I like that.

          #8
          While I already had one submission, I do have a guilty pleasure cookie... Pepperidge Farm Orange Milano's and milk. The other varieties are fine, but these I LOVE... sadly hard to find some times.

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            #9
            As far as grocery store processed cookies go, the original Oreo cookies. Chocolate chip are my favorite homemade or to buy from a bakery.

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              #10
              I'll go with Famous Amos too.

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                #11
                I haven’t had them in years, but I used to love regular chips ahoy. I love Girl Scouts samoas. For home made, or a good bakery, my favorite is white chocolate macadamia nut.

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                  #12
                  Double stuff Oreos
                  Pepperidge Farms double dark chocolate milanos

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                  • Draznnl
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                    +1
                    This was what I had planned to post. Almost word for word identical.

                  #13
                  You folks are bringing back some childhood memories. I think that's what I was looking for.

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                    #14
                    Voortmans Short Bread Cookes.
                    Actually any Voortmans Cookie.

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                      #15
                      Double Stuffed Oreos and Girl Scout Thin Mints are all I need.
                      Last edited by Sid P; September 16, 2021, 03:24 AM.

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