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Which stores or fast food chains have the best chocolate chip cookies?
When you can't get homemade chocolate chip cookies, where do you find your favorites? McDonald's, Subway, 7-Eleven, Safeway, Shoppers, COSTCO, or another?
Ohhhhhhhh yummy yummy.....choc chip cookies. I definitely LOVE Subway's cookies! You probably don't have "Tim Horton's" in your area, but their cookies are to die for. The best? Wouldn't that be a matter of personal taste?......and now I would not like to thank you, for making me go whip up a batch of home made choc chip cookies WITH walnuts.....at 11:50 p.m. Yes...that would be almost midnight, my dear janshares.....and of course, I will eat at least 6 cookies, warm from the oven and go to bed with a belly full. And I thought you were my friend!......Delicious question!
Well, the only one I have tried at a fast food chain is because this one is located in the building in which I work, and that is a Subway. One can smell them baking fresh all over the building, and they are really good! They have others too like, oatmeal raisin, white chocolate raspberry and such, and all are really good.
Penn Station, has the best chocolate chip cookies. The chocolate chips are hot and soft, like they just came out the oven. The cookie itself is almost a 1/2 inch thick. They use to give away free samples on Tuesdays and have online coupons. At times, they also give you a free sub sandwich.
I think Subway has the best when it comes to chocolate chip. There have been times I've stopped in just for the cookies.
Panera Deli, and they are big. I believe it's a chain, but I get mine in Ok City.
My favorite fast food restaurant for chocolate cookies is Subway. I always include a chocolate chip and an oatmeal raisin cookie with my meals at Subway.
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