Taste test: This was one of those snacks that we bought strictly because we liked the name. "Pitter Patter" sounded like they were trying to copy Nutter Butter, and indeed these were also peanut butter cookie sandwiches. The major difference at first glance was that these sandwiches were round, unlike the peanut shell-shaped Nutter Butters. (Fun fact: The portable version of Nutter Butter that we've actually reviewed was round.)
The box contained two clear bags, each holding 10 round cookie sandwiches. Each cookie surface had a grid-like pattern on it, with four complete squares toward the middle and incomplete squares toward the edges, plus four small holes. The cookies were fairly thick, and the filling quite thin, as the thickest parts of the filling were generally one-third the thickness of just one of the cookies. We crunched in to find that the cookies were somewhat solid but did have a crumbly feel upon biting in. The peanut butter taste was good, but the cookie texture was just OK, nothing special. These cookies made a lot of crumbs.
Shop: Buy cookies on Amazon #ad
Smell test: Strong peanut butter cookie smell. Nice.
From the package: “Made with Real Peanut Butter” ... “New Look! Same Great Taste”
Online store: Buy cookies on Amazon #ad
Company: Ferrera Candy Co.
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Star Market (formerly Shaws, and Star Market again before that), Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .
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