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Consumers should not eat the affected cookies. They should be returned to the place of purchase for a full refund.
'We want it to become part of the local lifestyle-the cookies that parents bring to playdates, the ones gifted to friends, the sweets kept in the jar at home,' Serrano said.
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Despite how chocolaty it looks, the cookie isn't too sweet, but it is a touch too soft in the centre.
However, Mohd Khalil stressed that police have not initiated an arrest of the staff member as initial investigations did not reveal that the substances in the cookies contained illicit drugs.
Strangely enough, we found that placing the chocolates on the cookies during the last 2 minutes of baking helped them firm up more quickly.
The winning candidate will also be able to create their own dream cookie and see it come to life when they visit the Edinburgh Innovation Centre for the role.
Use ice cream scoop to drop dough (2 inches apart) onto parchment- lined cookie sheets, or roll rounded teaspoonfuls of dough into balls.
The cookies will be sold through stores nationwide, Goist says.
Byrd is offering four of its most popular bite-size cookies in the supermarket line: powdered-sugar dusted Key Lime Cooler, Sugar Cookies, Chocolate Chip and Scotch Oatmeal.