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Dietitian shares 3 things she looks for when buying cookies

A smart cookie?

Toronto dietitian Abbey Sharp shares the three factors she considers when buying cookies: ingredients, texture and taste.

“Number one: not gluten-free,” Sharp, creator of the YouTube channel Abbey’s Kitchen, explained on TikTok on Sunday. “Look, I’m very grateful that we have a wide range of gluten-free products for people with celiac or gluten intolerance, but I’m neither of those things and can enjoy gluten without problem. And let’s face it, most gluten-free cookies are extremely dry.

Sharp said she also prefers chewy cookies to crunchy cookies, except when it comes to Double Stuf Oreos.

“Because let’s be real, that’s still the exception,” she said.

For the record, Nabisco also makes gluten-free Double Stuf Oreos.

“Let’s be real, most gluten-free cookies are dry as shit,” Sharp said. Abbey kitchen/TikTok

And third on Sharp’s list is finding a cookie she actually wants to eat.

“Look, I don’t eat cookies as a health food. If I’m going to eat a cookie, I’m going to eat the cookie that’s really going to hit the mark,” she said, holding up a packet of Chips Ahoy! Cadbury Mini Egg Chocolate Chip Cookies. “Ooooh, mini eggs?” Yes please!”

On her site, Sharp has shared recipes for the “best” peanut butter cookies, vegan oatmeal banana cookies, chai cookies, and, uh, gluten-free sugar cookies.


Sharp said she also prefers chewy cookies to crunchy cookies, except when it comes to Double Stuf Oreos.
Sharp said she also prefers chewy cookies to crunchy cookies, except when it comes to Double Stuf Oreos. Abbey kitchen/TikTok

TikTok users revealed their favorite cookies in the comments section of Sharp’s 48-second clip.

“I’m a fan of thin, crispy biscuits. no one can take my mint chocolate milanos out of my hands,” one person proclaimed.

“Soft cookies all the way so I don’t get crumbs in my bed,” said another.

“Yaaaaaaaaas, ain’t nobody got time for a lousy bed,” Sharp replied.

“Notice how she says what she likes and doesn’t like anything about (nutritional) value and stuff,” a third TikToker teased.

Maybe that’s because two Double Stuf Oreos have 140 calories, 21 grams of carbs, and 13 grams of added sugar. Two of the Chips Ahoy! Cadbury Egg biscuits contain 140 calories, 19 grams of carbohydrates and 9 grams of added sugars.

Sharp responded to the nutrition comment on Sunday with three pairs of side eye emojis.

New York Post

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