Snack Review

Keebler Whoopsy! Fudge Stripes #FullyFudged Fudge Mint

Keebler Whoopsy! Fudge Stripes #FullyFudged Fudge Mint

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Taste test: These cookies took the same idea driving the original Whoopsy! Fudge Stripes — that one of the Keebler elves screwed up and coated the whole cookie instead of just stripes of it — and brought mint into the mix. The result was a round, bright green cookie with a hole in the middle and the whole outside coated in milk chocolate.

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As a fan of chocolate and mint combinations, I have no complaints, as it did the job and produced a good taste that went well with cold milk. Having said that, I just didn't find the fully coated cookie to be very visually compelling. The striped ones look nice and are fun to eat, but the Whoopsy ones just seem pretty ordinary.

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Smell test: Oh wow, great chocolate mint smell!

From the package: “Whoopsy — these turned out amazing! Sometimes things don't go as planned, but the results arr surprisingly delightful! Thanks to a 'happy accident', here in the Hollow Tree™, our mint Fudge Stripes™ cookies got completely covered with rich, delicious fudge.”

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Company: Ferrera Candy Co.

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This snack was discovered at Star Market (formerly Shaws, and Star Market again before that), Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .

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