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Breakfast cookies (4) Wed, Dec 07, 2011
I just bought these Quaker Breakfast Cookies because they have "breakfast" in the product name, which dictates when I'm allowed to eat them.  They're actually pretty good, but my suspicions were accurate:  They're really just straight-up cookies in a package that suggests they can be eaten for breakfast.  Maybe they might have a little more fiber than normal cookies, but other than that, it doesn't change the fact that you're eating cookies for breakfast. #food

Comments:
Betsy Hosier Wed, Dec 07, 2011
I remember when my Dad would finish his breakfast, then he would have an after-breakfast cookie.  He figured that other people ate donuts or muffins for breakfast, so why not cookies!  I think he was on to something there.

Dave Thu, Dec 08, 2011
I agree that there's really no difference between cookies, donuts, bagels, pancakes, waffles, and any other carbs we typically eat for breakfast.

Rus Thu, Dec 08, 2011
I beg to differ...psychologically it changes everything!

Dave Thu, Dec 08, 2011
Yes but psychology won't prevent you from getting fat.


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