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5 Favorite Cookie Packs Worth Craving

Keep these tasty cookies handy for your next sweet tooth fix

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They can be soft or crunchy, sweet and even sometimes salty, and they go perfectly with a cold glass of milk. But have you ever wondered where cookies came from? Popular theory is that cookies originated in Persia (now Iran) where sugar was first believed to be cultivated. As for when, well, they predate the Keebler elves by a few dozen centuries.

Whether you call them cookies or biscuits (as they’re usually referred to in the UK and Australia), their place in the modern culinary world seems secure. So when it’s time for you to restock your home’s cookie jar, here are five cookie packs that we can’t resist.

Nabisco Cookies Sweet Treats Variety Pack

Nabisco Cookies Sweet Treats Variety Pack
This pack includes 30 0.78 ounce single packs of Oreo, Golden Oreo and Chips Ahoy cookies. Amazon

Oreo cookies have been around since 1912, but the Golden Oreo variety dates back to only 2004. Old meets new in this variety pack, which includes Chips Ahoy because everyone craves variety.

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Grandma’s Cookies Variety Pack

Christie Pirate Oatmeal Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies
These cookie sandwiches places real peanut butter between two rolled oat cookies. Amazon

Fans of Christie’s Cookies – “Mr. Christie, you make good cookies!” – crave the use of real ingredients in the final product. These treats – the unlikely combination of oatmeal cookies and peanut butter – make for great afternoon snacks or the perfect accompaniment to tea time.

Pepperidge Farm Milano Dark Chocolate

Pepperidge Farm Milano Dark Chocolate
This 20-pack (with two cookies per pack) comes in a plastic tub to keep the cookies safe during delivery and storage. Amazon

Pepperidge Farm offers more than a dozen different flavors of its signature Milano cookie line, but we prefer the classic dark chocolate recipe. By the way, Pepperidge Farm is a real place. According to the company’s story on its official website, It’s the name of the property in Fairfield, Conn., where company founder Margaret Rudkin raised her family and is named for an ancient Pepperidge tree that grew there.

HighKey Low Carb Snickerdoodle

HighKey Low Carb Snickerdoodle
If you’re looking for a diet-friendly snack that still packs flavor, here’s our pick. Amazon

HighKey makes their incredibly addictive cookies in both snickerdoodle and chocolate chips flavors, but here at the office we practically inhale either flavor without any guilt. The mini cookies have a puffy texture that practically allows them to melt on your tongue. Once you open a bag of these treats, good luck stopping snacking until the bag is empty.

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Lotus Biscoff European Biscuit Cookies

Lotus Biscoff European Biscuit Cookies
This enormous pack contains 300 individually wrapped cookies. Amazon

These vegan-friendly cookies are made in Belgium in a nut-free facility. Their unique taste and texture is much adored in Europe, where they’re often referred to as “speculoos” cookies or biscuits because of their crisp, shortbread taste.

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