SPOTTED ON SHELVES: The Cheesecake Factory At Home Premium Cookie Mixes

The Cheesecake Factory At Home Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix

The Cheesecake Factory At Home Snickerdoole Cookies Mix

Does The Cheesecake Factory offer chocolate chip cookies? It probably doesn’t, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it sells a chocolate chip cookie cheesecake. (Spotted by Carla and Amanda Y at Walmart.)

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15 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: The Cheesecake Factory At Home Premium Cookie Mixes”

  1. I think it is just regular cookie mix branded in a fancy branding. They could sell frozen cheesecakes since it their iconic dessert. Why cookies?

    1. Just made them too and I think that’s the first time I’ve ever thrown a cookie away with one bite take from it!!!Thank God they were only $1.50 a box – on clearance – no wonder! Ptuehy!

  2. These are SO gross.. something is definitely off in their taste. They even smell weird. DO NOT waste your money.

  3. Terrible , worst cookies ever . Mix was dry and crumbly texture. Baked them had a weird after taste and almost spicey

  4. Directions are strange. Preheat oven then chill the dough for thirty minutes or more??? Not enough water called for. Our cookies came out weirdly thick and dryas a bone and I followed the directions exactly as printed on the box. Strange molassey and peppery aftertaste.

  5. We loved the Cheesecake Factory Snickerdoodle Cookies!!!
    You all clearly did something wrong. Maybe you used inferior butter or something?
    We used Land-O-Lake Butter, and put the dough in the fridge as directed and then baked.
    Instructions weren’t that detailed, so it was clear you wouldn’t pre-heat the oven until you started creating the cookie balls (After they were refrigerated).
    Perfectly crisp on the edges and the inside were soft, almost cake like.

    1. Uh oh! I think you may have misread the reviews! The other reviewers and I were referring to the chocolate chip version which has now been removed from sale! The snicker doodles would be worth a try based on your delicious sounding and great descriptive review! And, I agree LOL butter is the absolute best and all I use, too!

  6. I don tknow what these people are talking about . The snickerdoodles were amazing even 2 days later!
    I didnt let them sit in the fridge for 30 minutes. I used REAL Butter and also added some vanilla extract .

    1. The people who gave negative reviews are referring to the chocolate chip cookies NOT the snickerdoodles! The company who makes them recalled the cc cookies. Perhaps your store has the new version or they didn’t pull the product.

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