Disclosure: I was sent Big Cookie samples for review purposes only. All opinions are my own.
I love baked goods. Love most any type of cookie. Yum, Yum and Yum! So when I was asked to try out and review samples from Big Cookie, of course I said yes.
The Big Cookie company sent me 3 cookies to try out: The Chocolate Trifecta, Big Smooth Butterscotch Walnut and the Big Oatmeal Cinnamon Raisin Harvest. Let me just say that as a mom, you’ve earned your right not to share! 😉 I love all the ingredients in each one of these and I think my favorite part was that there was just a little bit in each of these that someone in my family didn’t like. That might be a negative point to some, but not to me. That means that I can keep these all to myself and didn’t have to share. Mom finally gets something all to herself. That’s ok, right?
They are yummy! I love having a gourmet cookie once and awhile.
Here’s a bit more about Big Cookie from their website:
Homemade cookies for sale by Big Cookie
The story is like the taste sensation itself. Unexpected. Extraordinary. Decidedly decadent.
They were not concocted by a top chef, a culinary master or a famous bakery. Instead Big Cookies are the handiwork of a civil engineer named Aaron Brilliant — a guy who started baking on a dare, and became fascinated with figuring out how to perfect the right combination of ingredients and baking processes to create the ideal taste sensation.
Big Cookie is great for a treat or for gift giving where you can have cookie gifts delivered! Take a look on their website and find your favorite! I have a special discount for you all… you can say 10% off your first order through May 31, 2013 with coupon code BC10-momof4. Just enter in the coupon code at check out! Yum Yum, Enjoy those cookies!!
Jenni E. says
I know this is going to sound strange, but Big Cookies ALWAYS remind me of when I was small. When I was little, my dad worked second shift and I was the only one of my siblings that was still at home. The others were grown and out of the house. Mom and I would always go to Hardee’s for dinner and hang out with the “over 50’s” club, LOL. It was just a bunch of older folks that hung out there in the evenings. They’d sit around and chat and play cards. Being the little kid, I always got alot of attention when we went there to hang and eat…and Hardee’s always carried those “Big Cookies”. One of the ladies or my mom would always give me money to buy a “Big Cookie”. Such a treat. Sadly, Hardee’s isn’t there anymore. I don’t even know if the chain still sells them, but thanks for this awesome post…giving me a fun memory of times with my momma! I’ll have to check these out 🙂