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May 8, 2013 05:19 AM

Market Basket crispy chocolate chip cookies

Anyone else in love with these? They are so good, taste homemade. Made with real butter. I do love a chewy cookie but sometimes you just want something crispy. These are thin, crispy and buttery. So good. Come in a package of 12. I try not to buy them often because I can't stop eating them!

They have come out with new flavors like oatmeal and lemon but I've only had the chocolate chip.

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  1. I have not but i look at them every time i go but resist the urge! Last weekend came really close to getting them cause they were also on sale!

    1. Add me to the fan club. Really amazing for supermarket cookies although they are made by Jacqueline's Gourmet cookies of Salem as are many of MB baked goods. The praline and toffee are equally mind blowing! Another good one is the thicker "gourmet" line CC cookie, again very buttery and close to homemade quality and made by Jacqueline

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      1. re: tweetie

        That's a little disappointing. I wanted to believe that the market was actually making really good cookies! Oh well, they are still delicious!

      2. I am with you, I don't like the chewy ones.

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        1. re: StriperGuy

          Checked today and noted that the chewy ones which are not bad at all are in a brown bag with gold lettering and called Simply the Best. Not to be confused with the thick ones in the clear plastic tubs. Yuck.

        2. Yes, they're great, glad they're not cheap or I'd buy them weekly!

          1. Tried them once and I feel they are a far cry from the Tates Bake Shop version that they seem to be trying to imitate. You can easily find Tates cookies in Whole Foods or try Trader Joes High Brow cooies sometime (which are purportedly made by Tates and branded by TJ's). Better quality butter and chocolate IMO...

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            1. re: mjg0725

              Tates are now abundant in Shaws/Star, too.