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THE B-RAZ PROJECT (COOKIES) By The B Raz Project Trading (Choice of 2)

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Cookie-like hard wafers have existed for as long as baking is documented, in part because they deal with travel very well, but they were usually not sweet enough to be considered cookies by modern standards. In many English-speaking countries outside North America, including the United Kingdom, the most common word for a crisp cookie is biscuit. The term cookie is normally used to describe chewier ones. However, in many regions, both terms are used. The container used to store it may be called a cookie jar.

Cookies appear to have their origins in 7th century AD Persia, shortly after the use of sugar became relatively common in the region. They spread to Europe through the Muslim conquest of Spain. By the 14th century, they were common in all levels of society throughout Europe, from royal cuisine to street vendors.

With global travel becoming widespread at that time, cookies made a natural travel companion, a modernized equivalent of the travel cakes used throughout history. One of the most popular early cookies, which travelled especially well and became known on every continent by similar names, was the jumble, a relatively hard cookie made largely from nuts, sweetener, and water.

Cookies came to America through the Dutch in New Amsterdam in the late 1620s. The Dutch word “koekje” was Anglicized to “cookie” or cooky. The earliest reference to cookies in America is in 1703, when “The Dutch in New York provided…’ in 1703…at a funeral 800 cookies…'”

The most common modern cookie, given its style by the creaming of butter and sugar, was not common until the 18th century.

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Choice of 2 – 800g, Each weighs 400g

Seriously, is there anyone out there who doesn’t love cookies? Not only are cookies delicious, eating them will just make your soul feel good. There are so many varieties of cookies available for the cookie lovers. There is a cookie out there for everyone. Whether you like the classic chocolate chip, the healthy oatmeal raisin, the colourful sugar cookie, or even something that combines sweet and salty. No matter what your taste buds are craving, there is a cookie for you. Not only does this make cookies the perfect dessert but they are perfect for sharing and making a friend.

One of the reasons why cookies are so great is because they are super easy to take with you anywhere, anytime. Put a few in a plastic baggie, and you’re good to go. Best of all, if you don’t eat them, you can bring them home and save them for later. Cookies come in all shapes, sizes, patterns, and colours.

THE BRAZ PROJECT has whipped up some delectable cookies that would make your taste buds to crave for more. Their new flavours are:

  1. M&M Cookies
  2. Oreo Cookies
  3. Butterscotch Cookies
  4. Chocolate Chips Cookies
  5. Chocolate Pretzel Cookies
  6. Pearl Cookies

Ingredients:

M&M Cookies

Flour, Butter, Eggs, Brown Sugar, M&M Milk Chocolates, Chocolate Chips

 

Oreo Cookies:

Flour, Butter, Eggs, Brown Sugar, Oreo Crust, Oreo Biscuit, Chocolate Chips

 

Butterscotch Cookies

Flour, Butter, Eggs, Brown Sugar, Butterscotch Chips, Almond Nibs

 

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Flour, Butter, Eggs, Brown Sugar, Chocolate Chips

 

Pretzel Cookies

Pretzel Dipped In Chocolate

 

Pearl Cookies

Flour, Butter, Eggs, Brown Sugar, Corn Flakes, Cherries