Big & Soft Nutter Butter............holy shi____________flatline_________
Jamie has died and gone to heaven. He regrets nothing.
SERIOUSLY have to try these cookies!
They're individually wrapped. You savor each bite I swear.
Almost Girl Scout quality. But Bigger!
Never heard of them. I'm guessing we don't have them here - shame!
I love the old Nutter Butters, but I always thought they should be bigger and softer. I gotta go find these!
I just 2 more boxes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
naaah. I did a forum about them. I'm very excited about my new hub though....
What's the calorie/fat count on the UTTERly Fab NUTTER BUTTER?
I've never looked before so I'll check. hold on............
180 calories per cookie.
Fat Cal 80
Total Fat 9g
Sat Fat 3.5g
Trans Fat 0g
Cholest 5 mg
Total Carb 23g
Kraft / Nabisco
Big & Soft Nutter Butter
Wow, thanks for the thorough answer! It's weird that the big & soft nutters do not show up on the ''nutter butter' section of that link you posted.
And for $4.33 how many cookies are in the box? Hurry up I'm getting hungry!
I don't think cookies can be sent to P.O. boxes. They can be Fed-Exed, I know for sure.
DJ -- just had one of the Nutter Butters with a cup of coffee, and they are EXCELLENT! I bake homemade cookies often, and these really are superb for store bought. Thanks for the rec! Gosh, only problem is I want another but better not further indulge...
They remind me of mall cookies in that they are really that soft and good, but not too rich.
FUNKTUAL COOKIE REVIEW UPDATE
Glad you had a chance to try them Ann Smith. Next time I update, you'll definitely end up on my Hottie Hubber Crushes Hub. Dottie, Go! I'm proud of you. Drive young cookie lover, drive! If you succeed, a HubCrush is your reward.
They made a BIG & SOFT Chips Ahoy Cookie as well as they are disgusting.
If these are a test item, there's no doubt which will be mass produced and which will be discontinued.
UPDATE - update >> http://hubpages.com/hub/TOP-5-Hubbers-I-Have-a-Crush-On
Ann is a bona fide hottie now people!
Wow, DJ. I am flattered to make the list! And, over my love of the Nutters! ;-) Thank you.
Hi seeing all your responses, now i have my mouth full of water to run a ship
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