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Espen’s Expert Advice #6 – Cookie Ratings

Espen’s Expert Advice #6 – Cookie Ratings

Cookie 1 – The double chocolate chip
Looks: Pretty tasty 8/10
Flavour: What you would expect from it really. If you love chocolate that is. 9/10
Mouthfeel: Both chewy and crunchy. Like it.

Overall: 10/10.

Cookie 2 – The caramello chunk
Looks: Quite caramelly, I don’t really like caramel so it’s a bit worrying. 9/10
Flavour: Tastes better than you would think (if you also don’t like caramel). 8/10
Mouthfeel: Chewy chewy chew

Overall: 10/10.

Cookie 3 – Chocolate hokey pokey
Looks: Looks kinda like the double chocolate. So it looks good. 9/10
Flavour: I am not sure what it tastes like, but I know it tastes good. 10/10
Mouthfeel: Crunchy.

Overall: 10/10

*Espen is currently wondering if the last cookie will let him down. He thinks that the last one is often the disapointment (this feels like a solid jab at his parents who are both the youngest)

Cookie 4- The classic
Looks: Looks like the first three cookies kinda mixed together. 7/10, wait, 8. No, you know what, the look is a 9.
Flavour: Hmm, I don’t really like it that much. 10. No, 9. No wait, 7/10
Mouthfeel: Crunchy

Overall: I am going to give it a 9/10. So that’s 8 out of 10.

Cookie 5 – Strawberry, chocolate chip and fudge
Looks: Looks quite good in my opinion but I don’t really like raspberries *it’s strawberry* ohhh, in that case it might be quite good. 10/10
Flavour: Oh, this has really surprised me. This is a 10/10.
Mouthfeel: It’s chewy and crunchy, I think it might be a favourite.

Overall: 10/10


1st place: Dark chocolate
2nd place: Strawberry, chocolate chip and fudge
3rd place: Chocolate hokey pokey
4th place : Caramello
5th place: Classic chocolate chip

I would definitely try the dark chocolate chip again. Like wow.

Want to have a go at making your own cookies? These flavours are all variations on our classic chocolate chip cookie, which you can find the recipe for here

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