At first I really thought these Kellogg’s Eggo Minis Chocolatey Chip Cookie Dough Waffles were really cool. Not because they were mini Eggo waffles or the fact they were labeled “Limited Edition.” I believed they were cool because I thought if I stuck them in the oven and baked them, chocolate chip cookies would sprout out of them, like leaves on a branch.
Unfortunately when I tried this, all I ended up with were really burnt waffles, smoke, and a really loud beeping smoke detector.
Okay, so there’s no actual chocolate chip cookie dough in the waffles, it’s “naturally and artificially flavored.”
So next someone is going tell me that the cookie dough in chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream isn’t “real” cookie dough.
I could get possible salmonella food poisoning?
So I can’t bake the chocolate chip cookie dough found in ice cream?
Well if these waffles don’t have actual chocolate chip cookie dough, they better at least taste like chocolate chip cookie dough.
Nope, disappointed again. I could taste the chocolate chips, but it tastes much like regular chocolate chip waffles.
What’s next? Is someone going to tell me that soy â€œmilkâ€ isn’t really milk?
Well I’ve learned a few valuable lessons today: (1) I should never judge a product by its name. (2) Eating real cookie dough could possibly kill me.
Item: Kellogg’s Eggo Minis Chocolatey Chip Cookie Dough Waffles
Purchase Price: $3.89
Rating: 4 out of 10
Pros: No chance of possible salmonella food poisoning because there is no real cookie dough. Vitamins and minerals.
Cons: Doesn’t really taste like chocolate chip cookie dough. DON’T BAKE THEM LIKE COOKIES!!!