I wasn’t sure what to expect from these cookies, but they turned out to be quite good. If they’re still in stock at Costco, I plan to buy another container this week.
By lowering the suggested temperature by about 25 degrees, my daughter and I were able to bake them in the toaster oven for added convenience. After the ten minutes were up, we took them out and were initially disappointed to find browned but soggy cookies. However, after cooling, they were crisp and perfect.
Flavor-wise, I thought they had a strong walnut flavoring. After reading the ingredient list, there is almond extract. Still, I taste walnut, so if you’re like Guy Fieri, this may not be your cookie. I happen to love walnuts though.
An added bonus to the vegan dough is that you can eat it raw. I’m not much of a cookie dough person because of the texture. I froze some in small cubes as an ice cream topping and that worked out nicely.
At $6.49 for three pounds of a tasty product, I rate this one a bargain and a good buy.