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Patch   

Anything that is chewy, with Pecans, Raisins,and Chocolate Drops in them.

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joekelly   

Don't have an oven so i just squeeze the store-bought refrigerated cookie dough directly (into my oral cavity).!  I prefer  the ones with oats and raisins.  Healthier.  Truthfully i have mostly quit refined white flour and sugar as they tend to gum up my teeth.  Unpleasant.  Not quite so bad when soaked in milk.

When a boy probably ate, during 15 years, 50 kilos of chocolate chip cookie dough, made by Mum. Just loved it.  Then nasty USDA told mum that raw eggs not good.

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jamo   
Peanut butter cookies. I also really like oatmeal cookies, but people seem to think that makes me crazy, so I don't usually mention that.

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Home made peanut butter cookies. I'm also with @jamo on the oatmeal cookies. Good stuff, especially with raisins. As a kid I loved Mr. Christie's Crisp and Chewy chocolate chips.

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nevets88   
Home made peanut butter cookies. I'm also with @jamo on the oatmeal cookies. Good stuff, especially with raisins. As a kid I loved Mr. Christie's Crisp and Chewy chocolate chips.

I used to eat an entire box of Entemanns chewy chocolate chip cookies in one sitting. That looks a lot like them.

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cipher   

Tim Tams are awesome (Australia).  I came back from Australia and the customs agent asked me if I had any food.  I said packaged cookies.  He smiled and said, "Tim Tams?"  Yum!

These are amazing!  Fresh baked chocolate chip wins it for me though.  I wonder how many cookies will be eaten because of this thread?

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davedove   

I have a weakness for soft baked white chocolate and macadamia nut.

But, to be truthful, no cookie is safe if it's laying around for me to reach!! :whistle:

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