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[Costco] Kirkland Signature Frozen Chocolate Chip Cookie dough - Pack of 120

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I have to say the double (or could be triple) chocolate are awesome!
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gtirsmiley wrote: What's the bake time / temp on these?
I seem to remember 325F for 10 minutes? But Costco really underbakes their cookies IMO, which is one of the reasons I'm interested in these.. I'd probably start at 350F for 12-15 minutes with convection.
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Can I put this in the air fryer ? Or oven only
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Just bought and made some...they are similar to the bakery ones but for some reason just dont taste the same..maybe difference between their oven vs. Mine?
They seem softer and less chewy?
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The instructions say 325 for 11-14 min, we find they are under cooked we bake 350 for 16 mins
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Are these the same as the ones they sale baked?
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stovetop wrote: Just bought and made some...they are similar to the bakery ones but for some reason just dont taste the same..maybe difference between their oven vs. Mine?
They seem softer and less chewy?
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Picked one up today and made a batch. There was zero baked cookie smell. Disappointing. Otherwise, it tastes exactly like the ones that are already baked.
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aurasphere wrote: Tbh costco chocolate chip is kinda gross. I got the 120 pack and also prepackaged ones before, not a big fan. Subway chocolate chip cookies have spoiled me
The only thing I like about Costco cookies is that they are generally fresh due to the high turnover, but taste-wise, I think other stores do it better for sure. This is not worth the calories for my personal consumption, but price-wise, it is an incredible deal, wow! Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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Side topic, are Costco fries the Cavendish blue bag fries?
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I went today with the intention of buying a box...
it didn't occur to me how big a box of 120pieces of frozen cookie dough would be....

Oh well, I'll keep making home made I guess
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stovetop wrote: Just bought and made some...they are similar to the bakery ones but for some reason just dont taste the same..maybe difference between their oven vs. Mine?
They seem softer and less chewy?
If i leave mine out overnight the texture seems to turn more into the regular ones that come in the packs. i prefer mine fresh anyway
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Dynasty12345 wrote: Side topic, are Costco fries the Cavendish blue bag fries?
I believe so, but I've never been able to get them come out remotely close to how they do at the food court, even deep frying in peanut oil.

edit: found in another thread - apparently the food court fries are also Cavendish fries, but not the same ones as in the blue bag. Maybe it's one of the ones that they carry at the business warehouse..
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