Sweet on Trader Joe's Sunday: Cocoa-Filled Pinwheel Cookies

Happy Sunday! Before we get to the review, I have to make a public service announcement:
PUMPKIN O's ARE BACK AT TRADER JOE'S!!!
Woo hoo!

I *only* bought 6 boxes of Pumpkin O's and the cashier said, "stocking up?" Thinking about how I bought enough boxes to last us through February last year, I was close to saying, "honey, you have no idea."

Trader Joe's Cocoa-Filled Pinwheel Cookies review

To the review...cookies! Trader Joe's has new cookies! Cocoa-Filled Pinwheel Cookies. A box of 9 cookies costs $1.79.


Trader Joe's Cocoa-Filled Pinwheel Cookies review | weekly review series from bakeat350.net

She says: These are THE CUTEST cookies! The pinwheel design is so, so fun and whimsical. Extra credit for cute. I loved the cocoa cream inside. The cookie itself is crispy, but a little dry. Still though, I ate three as soon as I opened the box (in the car on the way home from Trader Joe's.)
Overall rating: 4 of 5 stars

He says:
TJ's pinwheel cookies are really wheelie good!  But seriously, they are exactly as advertised.  The crisp cookie and the cocoa cream filling are an excellent combination.  I was thinking these could be paired with a hot latte or cold vanilla bean ice cream (and I'm still thinking that) but they stand on their own.  I dare you to eat just one!
Overall rating:  4 of 5 stars

Trader Joe's Cocoa-Filled Pinwheel Cookies review | weekly review series from bakeat350.net

Trader Joe's Cocoa-Filled Pinwheel Cookies: try them! 

[note: We have no affiliation with Trader Joe's. I'm sure they have never read this blog and have no idea who we are. Hey, we like being incognito, although we never wear sunglasses indoors. ;)]

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5 comments

  1. They where okay, but a little too dry for my liking.

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  2. Wheelie??? Oh my forehead hand slap!!! Thanks for a great review!

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  3. Y'all are so cute! Love he said, she said!

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  4. You've got to try the little pumpkin chocolate mousse treats. They come in a six pack, and if it's warm where you live I recommend storng them in the fridge. I also saw they had a pumpkin Kringle but managed to resist picking it up.

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    1. Hi Kate! Thanks! We'll have the try the pumpkin mousse treats. We have reviewed the Pumpkin Kringle. Here's the link:

      http://www.bakeat350.net/2016/09/trader-joes-Pumpkin-Caramel-Danish-Kringle-review.html

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