Oct 11, 2014

Review: Pepperidge Farm - Banana Nut Cookies

Pepperidge Farm's Banana Nut Cookies are soft-baked cookies made to taste like a banana nut muffin (or banana nut cake I suppose).

I bought an 8.5-oz package for $1.99 on sale.

The Banana Nut Cookies are part of  a line of cookies made by Pepperidge Farm to resemble morning baked goods (they call it their "Coffee Shop" line; they also make a "Dessert Shop" line of cookies made to resemble other desserts).

Sure enough, these exhibited a distinct and tasty banana quality (they contain banana puree) and came with pecans mixed in for crunch and added flavor.

The texture was soft and a little crumbly.

Overall, Pepperidge Farm's Banana Nut Cookies are pretty nice if you prefer or want to try a banana nut muffin as a cookie because they capture a great deal of the flavor. That being said, I'd prefer one of their chocolate chip cookies or an actual banana nut muffin over this, but maybe I'm just traditional like that.

Nutritional Info - Pepperidge Farm Banana Nut Cookies
Serving Size - 1 cookie (30g / 1.1 oz)
Calories - 130 (from Fat - 45)
Fat - 5g (Saturated Fat - 2g)
Sodium - 135mg
Carbs - 20g (Sugar - 10g)
Protein - 2g

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