Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Quaker Soft Baked Oatmeal Cookies

I received a Quaker Soft Baked Oatmeal Cookie to try and see if I liked it or not. Luckily since my son is allergic to eggs and peanuts, I was the lucky one to get to it eat when it arrived! I opened the bag and tried a bite. It was truly a soft baked cookie. 
Now you all know that when you make oatmeal cookies at home that they can be hard. Hard as in rocks, not hard to make. This cookie was so soft it "almost" fell apart. It didn't, but that's how soft it was.
It had a great cinnamon flavor. I wish Nolan could try it because he loves cinnamon so much. I only allowed myself half of it because I wanted to savor it.
Quaker Soft Baked Oatmeal Cookies

 Here is all the product information in case you are going to look in your local supermarket to get your own, and you should:

Quaker Soft Baked Oatmeal Cookies

Enjoy chewy, soft-baked cookies in a family-favorite flavor! With wholesome Quaker Oats and delicious raisins, you’ll never remember they came from our kitchen instead of yours.

-Made with Whole Grain Quaker Oats
-Individually packaged
-Provides a good source of fiber
-Contains 6 grams of total fat per serving

Where to Buy

You can find Quaker Soft Baked Oatmeal Cookies at most major retailers.
Suggested retail price: $2.69 for a box of 6 cookies

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