I have found them under the Keebler Right Bites Fudgeshoppe name. I have found them at Target and Meijers. Also, saw them at the hostess outlet shop
Butter adds flavor and texture to cookies.
The customer relations department may be the best place to start.
In cookies, salt is a flavor enhancer. Without it, the cookies will be bland.
Either Sugar Cookies, or Chocolate Chip Cookies.
They are thin cookies which flavor is chocolate
gives them a vanilla flavor.
The most popular commercial brand of cream filled chocolate cookies is the Oreo, made by Nabisco. Similar cookies can be made at home with dark chocolate refrigerator cookies or roll-and-cut cookies made into sandwiches with buttercream frosting. An intensely dark cocoa, such as "black cocoa" sold through King Arthur flour, will produce a very dark cookie similar to Oreos; the buttercream filling can be made with plain vegetable shortening (not "butter-flavor") to keep the filling bright white.
Yes very. It is the main ingredient that gives the cookies their flavor.
Milk is used for improved flavor, and gives cookies their tender, crisp texture.
Yes. It adds flavor as chips in cookies.
it gives them a slight vanilla flavor.
Mix them both
Vanilla is not absolutely necessary in peanut butter cookies. The main flavor is the peanut butter in these recipes. However, vanilla rounds out the flavor and improves the cookies for those with very discriminating tastes.
I cannot answer for your grandmother, but this grandmother often uses lard in cookies that do not require butter for flavor.
Carr's cookies can come in multiple flavor options. Some of those flavor options that can be found on Amazon include Ginger Lemon Creme and English Tea.
Salt is used as a flavor enhancer.
Gives them the chocolate flavor.
Cookies and cream.
Cookies & Cream!
It adds color and caramelly flavor.
You can, but the garlic flavor might infuse into the cookies giving them an un-pleasant taste.
food lion...anywhere pretty much