The list is up to 10 cookies! Shoutout to theplayfulpeach for suggesting I expand part 1. Before I describe the results, let’s dive right into the stats at a glance:
Cheapest Individual Chocolate Chip Cookie: Subway (again!)
Note: I excluded the bulk pricing (e.g. 3 cookies for $3.50 = $1.17 per subway cookie) for neatness this time, but also because the bulk pricing doesn’t change the winners in all my categories here. Nonetheless, I’ll share em at the end of this post for ya ref.
Cheapest Chocolate Chip Cookie by mass per dollar: Marks & Spencer!
Biggest Chocolate Chip Cookie by Volume: 12 Cupcakes again!
Heaviest Chocolate Chip Cookie: 12 Cupcakes (maintaining da spot!)
Densest Chocolate Chip Cookie: Jewel (beating Ben’s, now in 2nd place)
What about taste?
With taste being so subjective, I’ve left it out of this comparison – cold data only for the fairest stats. Still, if I had to lend my opinion, I’d break down taste into density and flavour.
If you love cold, dense, chewy cookies like me, I’d recommend the Starbucks cookie and the Jewel cookie – they’re tied for a pretty great bite density.
For flavour, I hate to say it, but Famous Amos takes the cake for my fave amongst the lot. They’re pretty pricey, and chewy cookies are not their main product, but there is surely some mastery in the ingredients they’ve put in that dough. It’s worth mentioning that Folks & Stories’ brown butter and PPP Coffee’s Marou chocolate chips make for interesting flavours too, if you’re looking for something a little different than the average cookie.
While we’re on subjective thingies, I will say that PPP Coffee had some very chio browning on their cookie. Paired with the large size and unique flavour, this is probably the one you’d wanna get a date or something (I swear I am not sponsored). Check this chioness out:
Hope you found this useful! Lemme know if you think there’s:
- Anything I can add to this (obsession)
- Anything I coulda done better
- Anything I missed out!
You can lemme know in the comments, I’d love the feedback.