Aldi Quadruple Choc Cookies - WOW!

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Posted 29th Jan
I love premium chocolate cookies - is there any better comfort food? My favourites used to be Sainsburys TTD quadruple choc cookies but at £2 for 200g very expensive and never seem to be on offer. My other favourites are Walkers Extremely chocolately cookies (not available in supermarkets, I've posted deals when Walkers offer a deal on their website), M&S Belgium choc cookies also deserve an honourable mention.
Now, Aldi have a new line, Quadruple Choc cookies at £1.19 for a 200g pack and they are every bit as good as Sainsburys. Highly recommended for chocoholics, will be my go-to cookies for the foreseeable future. Any other chocoholic have their own recommendations?
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Are they a soft or crunchy cookie?
Arto29/01/2020 14:03

Are they a soft or crunchy cookie?


Crunchy
Arto29/01/2020 14:27

I’ll leave it then I like the soft ones


Dunk em in your tea, sorted
How do these compare to the fox's chocolate dipped ones?
Douglas_Birks29/01/2020 19:35

How do these compare to the fox's chocolate dipped ones?


For me Fox's are a good quality biscuit, and on offer at Sainsburys at the moment, so good value at £1 for 175g (probably better than Asda extra special and tesco finest) but don't have the taste of luxury that the ones mentioned in the post have.
geoffs1130/01/2020 08:59

For me Fox's are a good quality biscuit, and on offer at Sainsburys at the …For me Fox's are a good quality biscuit, and on offer at Sainsburys at the moment, so good value at £1 for 175g (probably better than Asda extra special and tesco finest) but don't have the taste of luxury that the ones mentioned in the post have.


That's an impressive comparison
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