Sunday, May 17, 2020

Miss Myrtle Chocolate Chip Cookies Snack Review



Image placeholder goes well with a nice glass of cold milk. That would be chocolate chip cookies. I know times are tough right now and I know my kids have been home from school. It's starting to set in with my kiddos that they have to stay home and getting a little buggy around the house. What helps with the blues? Homemade chocolate chip cookies. 

Miss Myrtle Chocolate Chip Cookies offers amazing cookies that will make your kiddos smile. A little bit about Miss Myrtle Chocolate Chip Cookies: The creator of Miss Myrtles Chocolate Chip Cookies is Maurice Tyson. When it comes to snacks he is very particular in what he likes. He was missing something then he remember his mom's fresh baked cookies that chewy/crunchy taste. He used to make these cookies for the holidays and give them away for holiday gifts. Now a memory has become a dream. 

My kiddos were excited to open this package up. When I told them it was homemade cookies they went crazy. When they opened up the package we noticed on how well they were protected. It was wrapped up several time with bubble wrap. The container was super cute. The packaging that was holding the cookies was durable to protect the cookies inside. I couldn't open it fast enough for them. They grabbed a cookie out and tried one. My daughter grabbed a glass of milk to go with it. They had a crunch to them and they were delicious. We absolutely fell in love with them. It had a great taste to them. My kids loved this treat and said they were very very tasty. I would definitely check out their website and order some tasty Miss Myrtle Chocolate Chip Cookies








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