Cadbury Cookie Mix Review

First review so I will say now that it may not be great so bear with me while I find my feet with these.

I have never reviewed anything before and have always been cautious about doing them. However, ingredients have been a little harder to get in quarantine so I decided that I would give them a go.

First review will be the Cadbury Cookie Mix.

In that icon purple colour, the box certainly stands out and gives that authentic Cadbury feel. When you look at the front of the box it immediately tells you what ingredients you need to add, how many it makes and tells you its three simple steps.

On the back of the box, the three simple steps are all laid out clearly. Across the top of the box it tells you the tools that you will need. The box contains a bag of dry ingredients.

The steps are easy to follow and within a few minutes you have your cookie dough mixture. The box does specify 35g balls, so I did weigh my cookies to get the exact amount.

The box specifies 10 cookies and even with them weighed out to equal 35g balls of cookie dough, I still had a little bit left.

The last step does state that you should take the cookies out of the oven after 12 minutes and tap the baking tray on the side to flatten the cookies but I will admit I did not really understand this instruction.

I did this but the cookies did not flatten out much really. The cookies did smell good even at 12 minutes. I did put them bake in the oven for an extra 3 minutes and they still came out all crunchy on the outside and soft and chewy in the middle.

I really loved making these cookies and this box mix makes it super easy to get yummy chewy cookies.

I do recommend this cookie box mix if you want to make cookies quickly and don’t want to spend lots of time making cookies from scratch.

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