These Aldi Cookie are sold under the Benton’s cookie brand, and are made for school lunches since they come in 12, 1 oz packages. I really like the taste of Aldi Chocolate chip cookies, and they are always priced significantly below cookies found at other grocery stores. They do have artificial flavors in them which isn’t ideal, but the taste and texture of these will definitely make your kids happy when they see these in their lunch at school. Benton’s cookies is the brand under which most Aldi cookies are sold, and they all have fantastic flavor to them, not just the chocolate chip variety………….
- 130 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 12 oz
- 9 grams of sugar per serving
Benton’s Cookies at Aldi, Chocolate Chip Cookies
Benton’s cookies have long been among my favorite Aldi desserts, and the chocolate chip cookies are no exception. Aldi cookie thins, the coconut and the key lime flavors, are probably my two favorite Aldi cookies, but these aren’t far behind, especially if you need an easy sweet treat to put in your kids’ lunches. What is everyone’s favorite cookie or dessert at Aldi? If anyone has a recommendation for great Aldi items to put in school lunches, let us know! Aldis cookies continue to be one of the things I buy just to have in the back of my pantry when I get a sweet tooth! And if you can’t make it out to Aldis, give these items a try…..
– Danish Cookies on Amazon
– Chips Ahoy Chocolate Chip Cookies
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Just purchased Bentons pecan shortbread cookies. Not pleased. They taste like old grease/oil was used. Not close to expiration date.