One of the most expensive cookies I ever bought

I was shopping for some toileteries and hand cream the other at Crabtree & Evelyn. So, after spending almost RM200, I sort of feel guilty for the personal indulgence. To clear the guilt, I got a tube of this cookies from Crabtree & Evelyn. Yes, they do sell some food stuffs beside those English-looking, flowery, lacey toileteries and stuffs.

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Previously, I had bought smaller cans and they cost around RM14. But this is a bigger one and costs RM35. Ouch, is that expensive or what? Anyway, two of my kids love the lemon-y, crunchy and buttery tastes of the cookies. It is filled with lots of oats and really crispy.

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The two of them whacked it all within a day. There are only few pieces of biscuits per can and I think each piece costs around RM2? Very, very expensive. But what to do….I spend a lot more on handcream and body scrub so have to pacify my guilt.

It is one biscuit that I won’t be buying that often, eventhough it is really nice to eat.

Post Author: Lilian

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3 thoughts on “One of the most expensive cookies I ever bought

    Celes

    (March 30, 2007 - 1:58 pm)

    Hi Lillian..I wonder if you bake wedding cakes..my uncle is holding his wedding in penang and does not intend to have a wedding cake. Was thinking of getting one for him to surprise him. Do let me know how we can discuss this further. Thanks so much…The pix makes me crave for those cookies..hmm..

    Lilian

    (March 30, 2007 - 2:36 pm)

    Celes – Hahaha, no, I am not good in baking at all. You can try to check out Jenni Homemade Cakes. I know they do that.
    http://www.malaysiabest.net/2006/06/17/more-jenni-homemade-cakes/

    flower

    (March 30, 2007 - 3:42 pm)

    Here in Aussie for 200g of that biscuits its AU$12.95. Very expensive too since normal biscuits is usually less than $5.00

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