Learn how these cookies fit perfectly into What Micky Eats's schedule.
These individually packaged treats are tasty, nourishing, and excellent to pack away in my purse or stash in my desk drawer at work. Four cookies are in each little pouch - the perfect amount to keep me satisfied.
For those on-the-go like me, these cookies are also a great snack to have on hand while traveling. The individual packets are so easy to throw in your bag and a cheaper alternative to many vending machine options.
Made with 10 grams of whole grain Quaker® oats, real chocolate chips, and a light, crispy texture, Quaker® Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies have the power of Quaker® in a delicious cookie. The 10 grams of whole grains per serving (contains 6 grams of total fat per serving) provides a good source of fiber that gives me energy, while the chocolate chips (and the fact that it is a cookie!) make me feel like I am indulging in a nice treat.
I eat them plain in their true cookie form, or sometimes I crumble them up over some yogurt in the morning for a mid-morning snack. I like the crispy texture, which satisfies that crunch factor I often crave.
Quaker® Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies help keep me going with the power of Quaker®. For more information on Quaker® Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies, check out the Product Page and look up where you can buy some today! Also, check out Quaker® on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.
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Living and working in a Metropolitan city, I commute via public transportation about 99% of the time. I have my daily schedule timed out to the minute, in order to catch my morning train into work and also catch the one home at the end of the day. My busy schedule often leaves me craving snacks and pick-me-ups to keep me going throughout the day.
With that in mind, I was excited to try new Quaker® Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies.
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