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 Your Favorite Round of Store-Bought Sin?

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mayor al

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RE: Your Favorite Round of Store-Bought Sin? Tue, 03/2/04 4:05 PM (permalink)
OK, If we're gonna limit the topic to cookies , then I'll skip over the GooGoo Clusters and Heath Bar sweets.
Probably the best part(health-wise) of the move East has been to pry me away from the Costco bakery Items. The Oatmeal-Raisin Cookies, as well as a couple of varieties of the choc. chip were beyond addictive ! And if you stand there long enough , you have to add one of their oversized pies to you cart too. Pecan was top of the list... The 3-berry pie was right behind it ! I won't include the muffin's at this time...I don't want to divert your attention from the cookies. The Macademia -White Choc Chip was also near the top of the cookie list.
 
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    emsmom

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    RE: Your Favorite Round of Store-Bought Sin? Fri, 03/26/04 10:49 AM (permalink)
    Oreo cookies have to be it. I am scared to buy them because of how many I might eat.
    Maple Nut Goodies candy.
    Any kind of chocolate candy bars.
     
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      RE: Your Favorite Round of Store-Bought Sin? Fri, 03/26/04 11:41 AM (permalink)
      I haven't had them in ages, but I used to love those Keebler chocolate-covered wafers. They're shaped like little sticks. Hard to eat just a couple.

      I also liked Keebler chocolate stripe cookies.

      Nowadays, I eat lots of Oreos, because that's what my 4-year old son eats. They're good, but I like the Whole Foods brand better than the original. The cookie is higher quality, and the cream has a different texture that I find appealing. No trans fats, either.
       
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        danimal15

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        RE: Your Favorite Round of Store-Bought Sin? Fri, 03/26/04 11:42 AM (permalink)
        Does anyone remember Heyday Bars? They were chocolate cookies covered with peanuts. Are those still available? I haven't seen them in years.
         
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          RE: Your Favorite Round of Store-Bought Sin? Tue, 05/4/04 11:41 AM (permalink)
          Barbara's Pecan Shortbread taste much better after heated up in a toaster oven for a few minutes. I try to get cookies in stores that feature foods with lower sugar content (not the dietetic sort found in general grocery stores altho I have found Barbara's in a couple of ordinary grocers. I think these are made with rice flour.
           
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