It’s OK to be a Cookie Monster
Trust me, we all deserve it from time to time. But it’s especially OK with these Chocolate Chip Cookie Chips because they’re not all that bad for you. They are perfectly sweet and a mix between crunchy and chewy. You’ll be happy to know that they are also made with no trans fats, no artificial flavors or colors, no preservatives, and no GMOs. Wasn’t that a great idea – making a hybrid of a cookie and a chip? That’s some delicious culinary science right there. I can’t way to try the other cookie variations…Sea Salted Peanut Butter is at the top of my list followed by Dark Chocolate Chocolate Chip. They also carry Cinnamon Sugar, Original Flavor, and right now a “flavor of the month” which is Oatmeal Rasin.
The cookie chips are made by HaanahMax Baking which is located in Gardena, California, but I highly recommend searching grocery stores near you for the sweets before ordering them online. I bought one 6 ounce bag for $4.99 plus tax, compared to ordering a pack of four 6 ounce bags for $23.96. Ordering makes each bag a little more expensive and you have to wait for them to be shipped.
“HannahMax Baking Cookie Chips are the original all natural, super crunchy, absolutely delicious snack cookie. Made from only the highest quality ingredients, Cookie Chips are a daily indulgent treat you won’t feel guilty about. “
I won’t feel guilty about it, unless I eat the whole bag in one sitting. I started to do the math…each bag has 6 servings, and a serving size is 5 cookies which is 120 calories, so if there are 30 cookies in a bag, then I could feel OK with eating half the bag for 360 calories of all natural goodness. To put in in perspective (for myself) it’s about the equivalent caloric intake of eating 3 and 1/2 Reese’s Peanut Butter cups, my favorite. Would I rather eat 3 and a 1/2 Reese’s or 15 Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups? I might need to conduct an experiment to decide which is more worth it.
Source: Crunchy Cookie Chips