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

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CLMF9867 wrote: Where do I find these in store?
Oshawa had them in the freezers where the ice cream is.
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Mikorin wrote: I bought these a couple weeks ago and I'm honestly a little disappointed. The cookies seem smaller than the prepackaged ones and they just don't have the same texture or depth of flavour. Maybe it's my oven.
Ours turned out different as well. Still tasted good to us, though.
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Nice thing about baking these at home is that I can bake a dozen at a time instead of scarfing down all 24'store baked at once.

Also play around with bake time to get different textures. 15-16 minutes at 325 are my preferred settings.
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Jan 17, 2018
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Yes, please bake longer than the 12 minutes recommended, or else the middle will be too soft. Very delicious cookies
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Jul 16, 2017
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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
Fun fact: Subway cookies are provided by Sysco
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Jan 4, 2011
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You have to provide the electricity to cook them and all...

A true RFDer would surely take that cost into account.

Is it still a hot deal ? I wonder.
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soupmaster666 wrote: At 210 calories per serving, 120 cookies is 25,200 calories.

At 3000 to 3500 calories per pound of fat, if you eat all 120 you'll gain 7.2 to 8.4 pounds.
Perfect. I lost 18 since covid started. Time to get it back.
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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?
Gross, why did you ruin them by baking them?
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steven80 wrote: Gross, why did you ruin them by baking them?
How would u recommend I make them? Just raw cookie dough?
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Nov 7, 2007
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Could someone please confirm if they contain diary (or paste a picture of the ingredients). I have a child with diary allergies.
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rgilld wrote: Could someone please confirm if they contain diary (or paste a picture of the ingredients). I have a child with diary allergies.
Of course they do.
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Oct 2, 2015
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Got the last box today. 5 seconds later a Karen came raging about how she hates Costco; giving me the stink eye for picking up the last box LOL
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Too bad they aren't the prebaked kind. Otherwise, you could have opened the box and started eating it in front of her.
gtirsmiley wrote: Got the last box today. 5 seconds later a Karen came raging about how she hates Costco; giving me the stink eye for picking up the last box LOL
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stovetop wrote: How would u recommend I make them? Just raw cookie dough?
yes :) i grew up eating that stuff, so good.

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