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LOVE these cookies.
The cookie itself tastes great, really buttery. The chocolate tastes great too, not like cheap chocolate. They are soft, you can almost tear them apart, and they are really thick too. The chocolate chunks in them are a good size and there are so many chocolate chunks in them, they really dont scrape on them to save money, The cookies are really big too, some places seem to make cookies really small now but not Tesco.
They cost about £1 for a pack of 5 and usually have some kind of offer on, 2 packs for £1.50 for example, in my opinion they just can not be faulted.
Along with these cookies Tesco also do other flavours, Double Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal and Raisin, White Chocolate, all of which taste great! Tesco also do some great branded ones, Milky Bar, Smarties, Rolo and Toffee crisp.
They are all fantastic, good chunky cookies full of taste.
I'm not mad keen on any of the fresh cookies from the bakery because they never taste as fresh as I would like but these chocolate chip cookies are proper nice.
You get 5 in a bag and they go stale dead quick so that's a good excuse to eat them as quick as possible!
The taste of them is nice, they have got a wicked cookie flavour and there are plenty of chocolate chips in them that have got quite a strong taste and are big enough to pick out of the cookie and enjoy on their own.
The cookies are soft and chewy like most of these bagged cookies but the difference with these is that when they start going stale they crisp up a bit instead of just going tough like a lot of fresh cookies.
I don't think these are madly sweet and I'm glad about that because very sweet biscuits turn me off quick and that's why I don't eat many cookies because they do tend to be proper sweet. These don't crumble much and are no good for dunking because they softness of them means they will drop into your coffee a lot quicker than other biscuits.
One thing that bugs me about these cookies is that the bag they come in is about double the height of the cookies inside and the window on the front of the bag is only small so the first few times you buy them you might think they are going to be bigger than they really are. That annoys me even though I am glad these cookies aren't massive like the ones they sell in Sainsburys because those are that big that I get fed up of the cookie before I've even bitten into it! lol
Tesco Chocolate Chip cookies are tasty, chunky, mouth-watering treats which will tantalise and pleasure your taste buds to such an extent that you'll be left a little sad once the last heavenly crumb has entered your mouth.
The cookies come in packs of five and have various flavours. I usually buy the white chocolate chip ones. They have a pleasant texture and look to them and taste exquisite once placed in your mouth. They also do not crumble easily as opposed to cookies from other bakeries.
The cookies are very chewy. They are not crunchy at all, so if you're looking for that, best look elsewhere.
I've bought cookies from both the Asda and Morrisson's bakery and I can say without a doubt that Tesco wins hands down. The actual size of an individual cookie is considerably bigger than Asda's or Morrison's. The chocolate pieces included in each cookie are also very big and have a really nice sweet taste.
Even the packaging make these cookies stand out from the rest. It is not your standard blue and red seen in the screenshot but more of a sophisticated black and white.
The price may vary from place to place but the pack I bought from the surrey quays branch was priced at £1.39. Yep it is considerably high, but the quality and taste of the cookies validates the price tag.
Tesco Chocolate Chip Cookies have changed a bit recently. They're as tasty as ever, but they now come in little purple bags and cost 75p for 5, whereas they were 99p for 5 up until very recently. These cookies are baked in store and sold in the bakery aisle. If you go in late at night, you might be lucky to get one of these bags for a big discount, but beware they don't taste as nice once they've been out all day.
What makes these cookies taste so much nicer than the ones you buy in packets off the shelf, is the warmth and softeness. You bite into one of these cookies, and they just melt in your mouth.
There's a strong taste of the raw cookie dough with these cookies, I think it's the powerful taste of butter that does it. These don't have chocolate chips in them either, no, they have great huge chunks of creamy milk chocolate in them! What makes the chocolate chunks really great is that the warmth they retain from the oven means they're usually still a bit melted when you buy them.
These aren't something you can justify buying all the time, but every now and again they really are very tasty. 75p for 5 might seem a bit pricey, but these are 5 very big cookies and you only need one to feel satisfied. So these are a great buy for the family tea I think.
I must say I am an absolute lover of these cookies, for tesco who i don't normally shop at i will pop in there to get a bag of these and wont stop eating them till there gone.
I can tell just by the pure sweetness of these cookies that they are in no way shape or form good for you on any level.
The best time to get these are when there fresh, if you're lucky and get there when a fresh batch has been put out, they simply make every taste bud explode.
These are chewier than the regular cookies you may buy, much more like cookies from a real cookie store.
Obviously there not to everyone's taste or diet, but if either of these are none of your concern, then go get yourself a bag if you haven't already!
The price of these can be a bit dear at the price of around £1.40 (may vary on your store) but you can get them in deals of 2 for £2 or something similar, or at the end of the day they usually drop the prices down for them to get sold like the breads.