I am sort of a chocolate chip cookie snob. If I don't have homemade chocolate chip cookies, then I normally pass or do like Keebler's cookies. They have lots of chips in them now. However, the price of many of our favorite foods have gone up and it's getting to where snacks are a luxury in our house.
The other day I was at Wal-Mart with my mother-in-law and I really wanted some cookies. Of course Chips-A-Hoy had many types of cookies but the price was a little higher than I wanted to pay. So we saw the Great Value brand, which is Wal-Mart's label and since they were 2 packages for $5.00, we decided to try them. After all, I had previously bought some at Winn Dixie (their own brand) and didn't care for them at all. My husband and his mom like them, but I don't just consider the chocolate in the cookie, I like for the cookie dough itself to have a sweet flavor. This is one reason I don't like buying store brand or off brand cookies - you just never know.
Now back to the Great Value cookies. These have tons of chocolate chips in each cookie and I have included a picture to show you. The taste is pretty good and much better than other store brands I have had. For my husband, give him some milk and he's perfectly fine with any kind of cookie. To me - they need to have the flavor I expect or I am not putting the calories in my body.
Wal-Mart guarantees these cookies to be satisfactory or you can return them with your receipt for an exchange or your money back. So there's nothing to lose in trying them.
The package is 15.25 ounces
Made with real chocolate chips
They are considered as a "Kosher Dairy" product
There are about 40 cookies per package - approx. 3 cookies is about 150 calories (it actually measures out to just almost 4 cookies per serving)
Sodium is 125mg
7 grams of fat per serving
21 carbs and less than 1 gram of fiber
Other nutritional ingredients are on the package.