Sainsbury's Large Milk Chocolate Cookies Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Biscuit
Newest Review: ... but not least is the oatmeal and raisin. I imagine this to be one of the most popular though given that it is the original ... more
by - written on 30/03/10 (Very useful, 442 readings)
I am having quite a cookie phase at the moment. For me the epitome of a cookie- like the equivalent of a Crufts best in breed for cookies- would be a M&S cookie. I think a good cookie has to be bendy and still soft in the middle and should never snap in half. I avoid biscuit packs of cookies (like Maryland) as these are too hard. But we do not live close to an M&S so I had to hunt for cookies more locally. When we went to our nearby Sainsburies Local yesterday, I was pleased to see in the Bakery section they had bags of four of the large Milk Chocolate Cookies selling for £1.55. I have gone looking for chocolate chip cookies in this store before and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I am a bit of a cookie fan, I have tried several varieties and these are ones I keep coming back to. I love them! Now it seems to me that cookie-lovers fall into two main categories - soft or crunchy. I definately fall into the soft section. I don't like my cookies to taste all teeth-breakingly crunchy, I don't even like them to be hard and chewy. A proper cookie should melt in your mouth so you aren't even aware of it being eaten. And this is exactly what these do. There is a slight hardness to the edges of the cookie but in the middle they are so soft there is a danger that bits will fall off and disappear into the cracks between your sofa cushions before ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I brought these cookies the other day and I don't know if they're a new thing but I've never noticed them in Sainsburys before.... and I would have done because I'm ALWAYS at the cookie aisle! lol They are baked instore and you get 5 big cookies in a bag for about £1.00. I was looking forward to eating them big time so when I got home I did myself a mug of hot chocolate and sat down to enjoy a cookie. Enjoy??? These cookies are soooooo boring that there is nothing TO enjoy! The cookies are big and quite thick, they've got a bit of a soft texture but the edges of them are crumbly. I usually like soft cookies but I'm not mad keen on the texture of these ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/07/10 (Very useful, 123 readings)
Sainsbury's, like Tesco, and most other major supermarkets, does its own bakery range so instead of picking up something like Maryland cookies, you can get something fresh. Of course, no bakery range would be complete without a cookie variety and this range has several variants. There is this one, plain with chocolate chips, a double chocolate chip one and a triple which has white chocolate chunks too and last but not least is the oatmeal and raisin. I imagine this to be one of the most popular though given that it is the original and many people, though not myself admittedly, find the others too sickly and so this is a good compromise for them. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I've tried many different types of cookies and the main reason I like Sainsbury's milk chocolate ones is the price. There a five cookies in the bag and they are quite big. They cost £1 for one bag and Sainsbury's quite often do buy one get one free offers on them, so they are good value for money. Overall, their taste is probably a 3 out of 5. The chocolate is nice and creamy and there is a good amount in each cookie. The biscuit part, however, is not as great. The main problem is the texture is a bit hit and miss. Depending on the time of day and day you buy them, the cookies can vary wildly. I prefer a softer, chewier cookie, so I enjoy ... Read the complete review
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