Thursday, 5 May 2016

M&M's Bite Size Cookies (American Fizz)

It's time for the last review of a product from my February American Fizz order, which I think you'll agree has lasted me rather well. The item I saved until last was this snack-sized pack of M&M's bite sized cookies, which cost just 69p.



The 40g pack contained 10 biscuits, which were each about the size of a 50 pence piece. The moment I opened the pack I was greeted by the sweet smell of chocolate and sugar -scrummy!  Each cookie contained flecks of brightly coloured M&M's shells, baring the chocolate normally hidden within.



Despite their lengthy transit to my home, the cookies had held up rather well. Their robustness was also evident in their texture: firm and crispy, with the addition of crunchy sugar shells in almost every nibble. I could taste a hint of butter, but more prominent was the super sweet sugar and chocolate combination that delighted my tastebuds. Aside from the crunchy M&M shells, thy tasted rather similar to Maryland's chocolate chip cookies, which was only a good thing in my books!

The M&M's cookies were a lovely novelty treat, and I'm glad I've tried them. They're probably not special enough to encourage me to repeat purchase, but you should definitely give them a go if your an M&M's fan! 

7/10

6 comments:

  1. I tried these about six months ago and thought very much the same as you did- they were great but not worth the effort/expense of a repurchase.
    I just need to learn to bake cookies that turn out like this! xx

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    1. What are you on about you silly sausage? You're cookies are infinitely superior xx

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  2. These look great!can you tell me if eggs are listed in the ingredients? I hope not...damn allergies!!

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    1. I'd thrown the pack away, but thanks to google I've discovered that yes they do contain eggs.. What a shame :(

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    2. Ah gutted... Never mind. Thanks for finding out!

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