Disclaimer: I don’t want the cookie, but I’m going to chomp for the hell of it.
Eating a Keebler Fudge Shoppe Caramel Cookie for the hell of it is dangerous. It may cause pitiful guilt, a larger pant size, and excessive growth of back hair. So don’t try this at home. As for me, I’m a professional eater. Kind of like a stunt woman, except I don’t get hazard pay or concussions.
I dedicate this Tasting to all my unhealthy friends. Never mind if Josie thinks the cookie tastes like cheap fudge doused in sugar-shock with low budget caramel.
Does it really matter what I think?
This cookie is fully endorsed by the (sometimes) faulty taste buds of the Taste Test Crew. They claim it to be delicious and flavorful. Boo, hiss, barf.
Caramel Cookies have a semi-crunchy center with super-thick coating of the infamous Keebler Fudge. They call it “Caramel Filled” as if it’s oozing rivers of the stuff like a pus-filled zit. But it’s really just a small vague layer of nasty caramel. The appearance alludes to a Girl Scouts’ Thin Mint cookie. Except it’s not.
- Price Paid: $2.49 on sale
- Calories: 160 for 2 cookies (so not worth it)
- Fat Calories: 70
- Total Fat: 8g
- Fiber: 0g
- Sugars: 13g
- Protein: 1g
I’d rather be shot in the eye with this guy’s pus-filled neck zit than eat another one of these cookies. I think.
Reactions from the Taste Test Crew
Health-hater Husband: They’re decent. Tastes like Girl Scout Samoa cookies, but without coconut.
Greedy Kid #1: Please leave me alone. I don’t care about the cookie.
Greedy Kid #2: Mmm. I’ll take these.
Greedy Kid #3: I want more. Why are you hiding them from me?
Yum UP! to: Hazard pay. (if I ever got it)
Yuck Down to: Greedy Kid #1. Bah!