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[Costco] Costco Chocolate Lover's Trio or Chocolate Chunk Cookies - $5.99

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[Costco] Costco Chocolate Lover's Trio or Chocolate Chunk Cookies - $5.99

Don't often see Costco bakery stuff on sale, but for 2 weeks, Costco has their Chocolate Lover's Trio Cookies or Chocolate Chunk Cookies on sale for $5.99 ($2 off). Don't know the actual weight of the package, but there are usually 24 fairly large sized cookies in each.

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This is part of their March sale.
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Dam you to hell Sir .... UV op !

mmmm cookies

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I love those chocolate chunk cookies. Just one question, how many km's do you have to run on treadmill to burn the calories of one piece?
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I think buying the larger pack in the freezer is a better deal + gives you the option of baking a couple at a time for when you want a fresh sweet treat.
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bullbell wrote: I love those chocolate chunk cookies. Just one question, how many km's do you have to run on treadmill to burn the calories of one piece?
Wait, how do you eat just one? This concept is foreign to me.
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Their white chocolate macadamia cookies are soooooo good.
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I promised myself I wouldn't buy it next time I went to Costco
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Here I am thinking I can do a quick in and out trip for diapers. I see a slight detour for cookies now.
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newt_101 wrote: I think buying the larger pack in the freezer is a better deal + gives you the option of baking a couple at a time for when you want a fresh sweet treat.
True - heard of that but never bought it before - downside there is I can't recall if they had all the same varieties included here or not (I'm thinking not)...

Plus side - not being able to dig into the box even before you get home + having to turn on oven each time = eating less - I guess that's a win, lol
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Posted many times...buy Ghirardelli Brownie mix and use the mix to make triple chocolate cookies. Mix and cook whatever you want to eat and freeze the other balls for future bake offs. Good for the diet as you don't have to eat all of them. These cookies are crisp on the edge and a bit chewy towards the middle...like eating corner brownie.

Periodically if I'm cooking something in the toaster oven, I will bake off a few cookies after I pull out my food.
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gr8dlr wrote: Posted many times...buy Ghirardelli Brownie mix and use the mix to make triple chocolate cookies. Mix and cook whatever you want to eat and freeze the other balls for future bake offs. Good for the diet as you don't have to eat all of them. These cookies are crisp on the edge and a bit chewy towards the middle...like eating corner brownie.

Periodically if I'm cooking something in the toaster oven, I will bake off a few cookies after I pull out my food.
Is the recipe for the cookies on the box or is there a link for it?
I'd be cool to try this out to compare to my own go-to homemade recipes.
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newt_101 wrote: Is the recipe for the cookies on the box or is there a link for it?
I'd be cool to try this out to compare to my own go-to homemade recipes.
Not on the box....they should put it on there. The recipe below adds chips but there are chips in the triple mix box

https://savoringtoday.com/ghirardelli-b ... x-cookies/

Really tasty cookie...I actually like making it over the brownie.
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gr8dlr wrote: Not on the box....they should put it on there. The recipe below adds chips but there are chips in the triple mix box

https://savoringtoday.com/ghirardelli-b ... x-cookies/

Really tasty cookie...I actually like making it over the brownie.
Sweet. Will pick it up this week to try.
And I'm guessing substituting the coconut oil for butter would still do the trick
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newt_101 wrote: Sweet. Will pick it up this week to try.
And I'm guessing substituting the coconut oil for butter would still do the trick
Yes. I use canola because it's the most handy...can just pour it out into measuring cup.
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bullbell wrote: I love those chocolate chunk cookies. Just one question, how many km's do you have to run on treadmill to burn the calories of one piece?
Very dumb question lol. You burn anywhere from 1500-2000 calories per day just from being alive. Factors vary depending on activity level etc. So if you are eating below that thresehold, none. However if your eating your daily calorie intake and then eating cookies on top of that, probably 2 KM run per cookie, but i don't think you post that comment actually looking for an answer.
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RedSwagDeals wrote: Very dumb question lol. You burn anywhere from 1500-2000 calories per day just from being alive. Factors vary depending on activity level etc. So if you are eating below that thresehold, none. However if your eating your daily calorie intake and then eating cookies on top of that, probably 2 KM run per cookie, but i don't think you post that comment actually looking for an answer.
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DON231 wrote:
Also hard to use this as 24 minutes of jogging for someone 5 foot 3 and 120 pounds Vs someone who is 6 foot 2 and 240 pounds is very different.
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RedSwagDeals wrote: Very dumb question lol. You burn anywhere from 1500-2000 calories per day just from being alive. Factors vary depending on activity level etc. So if you are eating below that thresehold, none. However if your eating your daily calorie intake and then eating cookies on top of that, probably 2 KM run per cookie, but i don't think you post that comment actually looking for an answer.
No, I was quite serious. I really like cookies/donuts. I just don't want to spend too much time on treadmill because of cookies. It's quire boring

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