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Asda Freshly Baked Double Chocolate Cookies

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Brand: Asda / Type: Biscuits

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      30.09.2009 15:05
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      A nice treat or 5 nice treats!

      My name is Coral and I have a sweet tooth! I shop at Asda and quite often the bakery is where I seem to linger the longest. I don't get excited about putting milk etc in to my trolley, but I do like to see what different / new / old favourites the bakery has to offer me this visit. I like the freshly baked cookies and being somewhat a chocoholic too I have recently tried the Asda Double Chocolate Cookies. There are 5 in a bag, with a plastic panel on the front so you can see what you are getting. These cookies are the extreme chocolate ones; they are brown in colour to reflect their chocolaty nature. The cookies are each approximately 3-4 inches in width and relatively flat. They are all circular in shape but obviously not put in shapes whilst cooked so some can be stranger circles than others. The cookies costs £0.90 for the bag of 5, at the moment Asda has 'rolled back' on these and they now cost £0.70. The cookies taste very chocolaty and have milk chocolate chips in them too. They really are quite sweet and rich in taste and could easily be too much for someone who is not overly keen on chocolate. I must admit I usually buy the Marks and Spencer's version of these and although they are heaven, the Asda ones are a very good tasting, cheaper alternative. The cookies do taste better the fresher they are and Asda do tend to put out the freshly baked ones first thing in the morning. They don't tend to taste stale but are definitely harder by the end of the day.

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