Quaker Breakfast Cookies, Oatmeal Raisin, 6-1.69oz Cookies Per Box (Pack of 6)

 $18.54

Delicious oatmeal cookie for breakfast made with tangy raisins and 100% whole grain Quaker oats

  Quaker Breakfast Cookies, Oatmeal Raisin, 6-1.69oz Cookies Per Box (Pack of 6)
  Quaker Breakfast Cookies, Oatmeal Raisin, 6-1.69oz Cookies Per Box (Pack of 6)
Good source of fiber
Excellent source of calcium and iron
170 calories per cookie
Individually wrapped; ideal for snacking on the go
  Quaker Breakfast Cookies, Oatmeal Raisin, 6-1.69oz Cookies Per Box (Pack of 6)
Cookies can be part of a well-balanced, delicious breakfast – as long as they're Quaker Oatmeal Raisin Breakfast Cookies. Loaded with chewy raisins and baked with whole grain Quaker Oats, they're a good source of calcium, iron and fiber. So relax, and if anyone asks, tell them we said it was all right.
The current price is $18.54.
The overall customer satisfaction rating of this product is Good with a score of +0.42.
The current sales rank is 9021.
  Quaker Breakfast Cookies, Oatmeal Raisin, 6-1.69oz Cookies Per Box (Pack of 6)
  Quaker Breakfast Cookies, Oatmeal Raisin, 6-1.69oz Cookies Per Box (Pack of 6)
  Fans vs. Haters
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What are fans saying?
These make a great fiber snack with a bit of chocolate.
I have tried finding these(Breakfast cookies) years ago with no avail.
These are delicious raisin cookies with 5 grams of fiber!
If you're in desperate need of fiber I suppose it could be considered "healthy"But make no mistake THIS IS A HIGHLY PROCESSED COOKIE, not a health food item.
These are great breakfast cookies, but it is rather frustrating that when we order a case and we receive them and the expiration date is only 5-6 weeks out.
What are haters saying?
The order we received (May 2017) included cookies that are smaller and the quality of the chips is not good.
(I didn't have a scale to weigh the cookies) It is apparent the wrapper for the cookie on the left was not meant for that cookie, because the printing is not centered.
These cookies are marketted as "healthy" breakfast cookies while they are just candies masquerading as healthy oatmeal boosts.
These cadies, sorry, cookies have so much sugar in them that you can actually taste the sugar as an aftertaste.
I avoid sugar religiously ad am always on the lookout for healthy wholegrain breakfast options but these cookies have a lot of unhealthy ingredients in them, not to mention corn syrup AND cane sugar AND invert syrup in them.
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