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post #1 of 11
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ok so over the last few months they had cupcakes....I loved their packaging for them...here in Houston anyway.....now they have cookies....

has anyone tried them?

My husband brought me home one to see it....I think i surprised him when I opened it and took a bite....dont know what he thought I was gonna do with it!!! ....anyway ....Ive never tasted candy melts before....but when I bit into that cookie I think I did!!

If you've tried them...is that what it is? Honestly though it smelled...like royal icing...you know how meringue powder has that certain smell to it once its mixed with water?....

what do ya'll think???
post #2 of 11
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icon_surprised.gif NO replies yet!!! NOT even you ge!!!....squirrelly....someone anyone!!!
post #3 of 11
sorry....trying to find the eggless cake!! icon_twisted.gificon_twisted.gif

hmmm you are making me want to go to starbucks & get a cookie!!! I know the manager over there...I'll have to ask her thumbs_up.gif
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Originally Posted by ge978

sorry....trying to find the eggless cake!! icon_twisted.gificon_twisted.gif

hmmm you are making me want to go to starbucks & get a cookie!!! I know the manager over there...I'll have to ask her thumbs_up.gif

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yes ask her...see what she says.....my husband asked here and they said " dunno we get them shipped in from someone..." icon_confused.gif
post #5 of 11
We just had Starbucks open in my town. I will have to swing by and check it out just for the cupcakes & cookies. lol I am friends with a local coffee shop owner so I hadnt even thought to go there.

BellaRosa
post #6 of 11
My Starbucks has had cookies since Christmas. My first thought was, "wonder how long they sit on the shelf before they rotate them?" I didn't purchase one because buying cookies is too expensive for me, that's why I'm trying to learn to do it myself. Of course, with all the practicing, the cost factor isn't working out too well! icon_lol.gif

kos
post #7 of 11
I've seen the cookies there, too! Many of them are very pretty. Christmas they had these pale blue and white snowflakes...very nice.

But..considering the cost...I didn't buy them either. I would love to know how they make them!! My guess was royal icing.

Can't wait to find out!!
post #8 of 11
I saw them here. It was a big blue butterfly. I turned it over, thinking maybe it was someone local or at least SOMEONE, but it had the typical label and had a NY address and B&N info on it. I didn't try it though. I think it was priced at $2.95 but it was a big cookie- like 4-5".
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post #9 of 11
Last year at christmas I purchased a decorated gingerbread cookie from starbux - it was awful! The gingerbread was old and hard, and the icing on it was definitely royal - hard and unpleasant tasting! Don't know if these are the same ones you've tried, because this was a year ago.
post #10 of 11
I stopped buying Starbucks baked goods for 2 reasons: 1) They're expensive 2) they screwed up a rice krispy treat! It was dry and tasted artificial.
post #11 of 11
I bought a cookie at Christmas time. They have them in the case with the baked goods that they sell open. Some of you sound like you got the ones that are prewrapped. I think they come form two different sources or those wrapped are made with royal.

I do believe the cookie was covered in chocolate though. I made some for christmas (snowflakes) that I used white chocolate on and they tasted the same way. Plus my daughter got messy all over her from it..LOL So yea I think it is chocolate/candy melts...
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