I love oatmeal cookies and when I spotted a bag of Quaker Cocoa & Nuts Oatmeal Cookies, in the cookies section of my local grocery store, I was very intrigued! I decided to purchase them, try them out and write an unbiased product review all about my personal experience. Here is what I discovered!
Quaker Cocoa & Nuts Oatmeal Cookies cost around three dollars. Yes, they are a tad pricey but, they are a high quality name brand product. I love many Quaker brand food items. These cookies really stood out. They are in packs of four. There are four individual packs of four cookies in each bag. The picture of these cookies, on the front of bag really caught my cookie loving attention, I must admit. They looked fantastic!
I discovered that Quaker Cocoa & Nuts Oatmeal Cookies have brown sugar, pecans, oat flakes, skim milk, honey, egg, cocoa, cinnamon and many other ingredients in them. That all sounded very good to me. Quite a tasty and promising combination. Chocolate oatmeal cookies bring out the true cookie lover in me, for sure. I could not wait to taste these.
Quaker Cocoa & Nuts Oatmeal Cookies are cholesterol free, low in saturated fat and they even have fiber and iron in them. That is a nice cookie nutrition fact to know. When I tasted these, I liked them. They have a terrific oatmeal flavor. The cocoa and pecans really give these cookies a kick and a gourmet flavor, in my opinion. They are yummy! They are a tad bit dry and they are not very big but, big enough to eat four and be satisfied. Since there are four cookies in each individual pack, that is perfect. I can toss these in my purse or in a lunch bag and take them along with me on the go. They stay fresh and I liked that.
I rate Quaker Cocoa & Nuts Oatmeal Cookies four stars out of five stars. They are creative, clever and tasty. I will be buying these again. They are fun to eat! One serving of these cookies equals four cookies. One serving has 220 calories. 70 of those calories are from fat. One serving has 8 grams of total fat, only 2 grams of saturated fat, 0 mg’s of cholesterol, 180 mg’s of sodium, 32 grams of total carbs, 4 grams of dietary fiber, 13 grams of sugars and 4 grams of protein. These cookies do contain milk, egg, soy, pecans and wheat ingredients.
I enjoyed trying Quaker Cocoa & Nuts Oatmeal Cookies and writing a product review all about them. They are fun and great to have as a different snack. These are a creative new snack by Quaker and I like them. For more information, you can visit the Quakeroats.com website. This yummy sweet snack is a winner!