SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Pepperidge Farm Limited Edition Dessert Shop Key Lime Pie Cookies

Pepperidge Farm Limited Edition Dessert Shop Key Lime Pie Cookies

I wish the cookie itself was green. (Spotted by Hannah at Target.)

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8 thoughts on “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Pepperidge Farm Limited Edition Dessert Shop Key Lime Pie Cookies

  1. Oh hell yes. I must try them immediately. Hoping these will be my favorite Pepperidge Farm product since the Star Wars cookies from the early 80s.

  2. These are AMAZING. I bought a bag, split them with my mom so we each had four, and they were gone in four days.

  3. Ohhhhh momma! I think it high time me and Pepperidge Farm get reacquainted..

    Are those “white confection” chips?

  4. Bought a pack at Walmart Neighborhood Market and “OH MY GOODNESS” doesnt even give them justice. They are by far the best cookie I’ve ever had. Too bad they are a “limited edition”. I’m going out to buy all that I can find…and that has been one more pack so far???? They should be available year round. AWESOME COOKIE

  5. Wow…these are really gross. I tried to finish one, but it was so doughy soft that i almost barfed trying to finish it. Sorry…I know it sounds extreme, but it’s true. It’s my mistake that I bought them…P/F makes normal baked cookies, like the white chocolate macadamia nut ones, which I love, and I thought these would be like that (I didn’t check out the label closely enough, unfortunately). The think is about all of the “soft batch” cookies, is it is the boat loads of preservatives and all the oil(s) in them that make them soft…not any cooking method or lack thereof. The cookie companies simply can’t make certain of these cookies/recipes and have them come out normal, so they pretend it is on purpose and that everyone, even grandma, loves ’em.


  6. I liked’em! Probably won’t buy another pack before they’re gone though, unless I really don’t like they Key Lime Pie Oreos.

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