Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip & Caramel Cookies

Caramel Cookies

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Psst. Cookie Monster.

I read they’re cutting back your cookie consumption. That’s too bad, after all, you’re THE Cookie Monster.

I don’t understand why they’re doing this to you, it’s not your fault kids are getting fat. You should go on TV and point fingers at the fast food industry, the lack of physical education in schools, or SpongeBob SquarePants. People are blaming SpongeBob for other things, so you should just peg this one on him as well.

Anyway, so are you having withdrawals? It must be hard on you to not be able to eat cookies all the time. Addictions can be hard to break. Look at Charlie Sheen. He couldn’t stop his hooker addiction for that hottie Denise Richards.

To be honest, you eating cookies all the time wasn’t so bad. You’ve eaten them for decades and you’re not obese, you’ve never had a heart attack, and you don’t have diabetes. So I don’t understand why you NOW need to eat a balanced diet. You’re like those old men who eat bacon for every meal, smoke cigars everyday, and live until they’re 90 years old.

Well, because you and I have a lot in common, like loving cookies, having googly eyes, and hairy chests, especially around the nipple area, I’m going to help you out.

I just baked some Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip & Caramel Cookies, and if you want some, I could send a dozen of them to you…for a price.

I know you’ve got money, because you’ve been on television for decades. You must be raking in, at least, a hundred thousand dollars an episode.

And don’t give me that non-profit PBS excuse, I’m sure you also get residuals from all the 120 foreign markets Sesame Street is in. Oh, and let’s not forget the money you’re making from all the merchandising.

I know you don’t make as much as Big Bird or that annoying Elmo, but you’re probably making more than Grover, Mr. Snuffleupagus, and those two lovebirds, Bert and Ernie.

If you’re interested, I’ve got a plan to get these cookies to you without your fellow Sesame Street neighbors finding out.

I’ll give the cookies to those hippies down in Fraggle Rock and they could dig a tunnel to your place and deliver the cookies to you. They’re not doing anything, except getting high, because their show ended in 1987.

Wait, on second thought, that might be a bad idea. Some of them might have a bad case of the munchies and eat your cookies before they deliver them to you.

Maybe I’ll just mail them, wrapped in coffee beans so no one can smell the cookies.

So you’re probably wondering how’s the product?

These Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip & Caramel Cookies are good. They’re definitely better than those Chips Ahoy cookies, but they aren’t as good or as big as the Pillsbury Chocolate Chip Big Deluxe Classics I tried last month.

I know you like the traditional crunchy chocolate chip cookies, so I don’t know if you’ll really like these because the caramel filling in each cookie makes them a lot chewier and sweeter. To be honest, the caramel made them a little too sweet for me, but I don’t think you’ll notice it because you don’t ever chew your cookies anyway, you just inhale them.

Or, if you like, I can just send you the cookie dough for you to bake. These cookies are quick and easy. Just break off the globs of cookie dough, place them on a baking pan, and bake them at 350 degrees for 13 minutes.

However, if you decide to go the cookie dough route, the aroma from baking them could tip people off to what you’re up to and you might get into trouble. If you like, I could throw in a little incense, for an extra fee, to cover the baking smell.

Anyway, if you want this deal done, you know how to contact me.

Just to let you know, I expect half the payment up front, and the other half after delivery.


Item: Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip & Caramel Cookies
Purchase Price: $3.50 (on sale)
Rating: 3.5 out of 5
Pros: Good. Quick and easy to bake. If you like chewy cookies, the caramel makes them chewy.
Cons: The caramel filling made them a little too sweet. Cookie Monster eating a balanced diet. My hairy nipples.

33 thoughts to “Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip & Caramel Cookies”

  1. God, just looking at the packaging makes me crave cookies. But you’re right – nothin’ beats the Pillsbury Deluxe – baked or unbaked.

  2. Webmiztris – Incense can cover many smells pretty well. I learned that in college.

    Stacey/James – I guess the Doughboy knows what he’s doing, that chubby pale bastard.

  3. Sorry it looks like the site is underconstruction. I tried to call the 800 number and no one answered. I will find out what I can and let you know. Sorry again. Thanks Megan for your info!!!

  4. Megan – I’ve jealous of all people who have cookie delivery.

    Becky – Maybe they went out like Keto.

    taikoG – Too much information would be if I showed a picture of them.

  5. marvo, you could. But then you wouldn’t have hairy nipples anymore. And, well, they’re half the reason I come here.

    On the flip side, you could do a review of Nads (http://www.nads.com/flash.htm), which I’m sure you never figgered on doing. Or maybe you could do Nads on one side, and Nair on the other, and then do that test like they used to do on the old razor commercial to see which one got rid of more hairs.

    Side Note: Do you really believe she named Nads after her daughter? I mean, what kind of woman calls her daughter Nads? I knew Ozzies were a bit off, but that’s far radical.

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  6. birdwoman – First off, what’s the other reason why you come here? Second, I tried Nads a long time ago on my chest and it literally made me cry. Also, it didn’t taste very good. Finally, I think her daughter’s name is Nadine or something and I guess Nads is short. I guess it’s like Barbara being shortened to Babs. Nads could possibly be the worst nickname for someone’s daughter. But then again, it would’ve been funnier if that was the nickname for someone’s son.

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