Review: Pepperidge Farm Milano Candy Cane Minis & I WILL FIND YOU, CARD HACKER
Junk Food Nation, over the past two weeks, someone has tried to hack my credit card not once, but TWICE. It has led me to change my passwords to EVERYTHING. WHICH IS SO ANNOYING. But whatever. It totally ruined my evening. I want to find who did this and destroy them:
“I will find you…and I will kill you.” Between this and the robocalls, I’m a powder keg ready to explode. Poor Junk Food Gal had to deal with me, as I angrily chewed today’s junk food.
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Today’s junk food: Pepperidge Farm Milano Candy Cane Minis!
Pepperidge Farm Milano Candy Cane Minis were purchased at Target, and I have to wonder: Are these just Milano cookies, which are small? Is that it? Because if so…then this is gonna be a very short review.
As soon as I opened this bag of Pepperidge Farm Milano Candy Cane Minis, a strong smell of peppermint and chocolate came pouring out. Then I removed the paper cup, and it basically looked like a coffee filter full of mini cookies…each one was the size of, say, two nickels side by side. Maybe a little bigger.
Pepperidge Farm Milano Candy Cane Minis indeed WERE just mini version of regular Milanos. Kind of disappointing. I couldn’t discern anything else structurally different about them…
I took a bite of one of these Pepperidge Farm Milano Candy Cane Minis, and they were indeed yummy – I’d eat these again any day. But yes, this review isn’t long because there’s nothing new about these cookies besides the size.
These had the same Milano dough taste, same great chocolate flavor and plenty of peppermint flavor too, which mixed perfectly with the rest of the cookie. No peppermint crunches, peppermint creme, nothing special about these except for the fact that I could fit nine of them in my mouth at once. :\
So yeah, yummy. But boring.
PURCHASED AT: Target
COST: $3.50 on sale
Sincerely, Junk Food Guy