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Monday Morning in the Kitchen: Cookie Butter!

Have you tried cookie butter?  Neither had I.  In fact, I didn't even know what it was until I heard someone mention how delicious it is.  In case you are also unfamiliar, let me explain.  Cookie butter is like peanut butter, only gingerbread cookie flavored.  Yum, right?



Our family home evening refreshments tonight consisted of apple slices dipped in cookie butter.  Of course, everyone loved it.  

I received no product nor compensation for this endorsement.  Just wanted to share.  

I've only seen cookie butter at Trader Joe's, so I don't know if it is available elsewhere.  Have you tried Cookie Butter?  What did you think of it?
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Thanks for cookie butter!

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  1. I doubt if we've got anything like this in the UK - have you ever seen a grown woman cry over butter? Lol

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  2. I've never seen or heard of this before; of course, there are no Trader Joe's in this area. It sounds tasty.

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  3. My daughter warned me about that stuff! I tasted it at her house -- so good but I refuse to buy it. It would not be safe in my house, I would eat it all!

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  4. Sounds yummy I need to go and get some!!!!

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  5. I have never heard of it. But, I've never been to Trader Joe's either. :)

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  6. Oh wow I need to try that asap.. xoxo

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  7. I've never heard of it, but will look the next time I'm at TJs!

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