Call me a weirdo but I love cookies much more than cake or ice-cream. Seriously!
That said, as much as I like cookies, I don't really eat store-bought cookies very often. It is fairly obvious that good quality ingredients and the perfect recipe make great tasting cookies but the two don't always exist simultaneously. I prefer to bake cookies myself which I do on a regular basis. That's when they are fresh, warm, buttery and so divine! Well, if that makes me somewhat of a Cookie snob then so be it!
I usually like most flavours of cookies that I have come across (well, maybe not durian cookies!) but I am partial to traditional combinations such as chocolate chip, white chocolate and macadamia nut, peanut butter, gingersnaps and oatmeal-raisin cookies. I have certain specifications when it comes to cookies. I like large and chunky cookies which have a chewy yet soft texture and in case of chocolate-based cookies, I expect them to be fully loaded (otherwise what's the point, right?!).
I was recently sent a box of assorted cookies from Adam's Cookies Singapore in exchange for an honest review. Initially I was only going to post my feedback of the cookies on my social media handles but the cookies were so good that I felt the need to do an independent blog post so it can reach more people.
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Adam's Cookies is an online cookie bakery started by hobby baker Adam Neale. He developed his love for cooking and baking from his mother and grandmother. With a long-standing love for cookies dating back to his childhood, he decided to create his own cookies after not being able to find that dreamy cookie - a soft and chewy cookies loaded with chocolate.