- Chocolate chip/chunk/M&Ms
- Oatmeal chocolate chip/chunk/M&Ms
- Peanut butter
- Oatmeal raisin
- Chocolate (white/milk/dark) macadamia
- Chocolate crinkle
- Lemon crinkle
- 42 cookies belong to me
Discuss the best kinds of cookies. You should be able to select multiple.
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I don’t know what a ‘crinkle’ is. And I don’t think I want to.
You definitely want to. Those are the cookies that you roll the dough into balls and then in powdered sugar.
and Oreo didn’t even make the poll
Chocolate chip is way different than M& M cookies.
Where’s chocolate chocolate chips?
And I love any of these: $12/lb but worth every penny
I was going for home baked cookies. Packaged cookies is a different beast. Oreos would definitely be on that list.
I almost separated out M&Ms but I was already up to 17 choices. I should go back and add in double chocolate cookies tho. Not sure I can increase the number that you can select.
ETA: Can’t change poll choices after 5 min, but your objection is noted.
I think you were very ambitious with this poll.
You missed a bunch (I know there are contraints).
Thin mints (or any other Girl Scouts offering)
Milano (double chocolate FTW!) these may be my favorite supermarket cookies
I’m hitting up the grocery store to get lunch, and I’ll see what else is missing…
Lots of gross cookies on the list, yet combined Chocolate chip and M&M and didn’t even mention Reese’s Pieces cookies.
Peanut butter chocolate chip is far and away the best option.
My top 5 homemade favorites that I make-
- Reese’s Pieces cookies
- Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Monster cookies (Peanut butter cookies with oats, chocolate chips, M&Ms and Reese’s Pieces)
- Sugar cookies with sour cream based frosting (swig cookie knockoff recipe)
I’ve never made homemade white chocolate macadamia, but the Costco ones of those are definitely my favorite store bought cookie
Where are you from? I don’t think I have ever heard of anyone else who is familiar with Monster cookies. And I only learned of them from my wife, who grew up in a small town outside STL.
Her family doesn’t use reese’s pieces, but that might be because her brother hates PB and this is one of the very few products with PB he actually eats.
You can change the thread title.
I would eat all of these, although unsure of the 4th.
I learned of them from my wife, who grew up in a one stoplight town in Idaho. Also we may have added the Reese’s Pieces in, mainly because I love Reese’s Pieces.
I was hesitant because I hate sour cream, but they are delicious and a favorite of many of my coworkers when I have brought them in.
I’m not a fan of frosted cookies but I’m willing to be open minded.