Home baked taste? Maybe. At least as long as you’re a beginner cook. This Oatein protein cookie is like a home bake – it looks not bad. You’ll eat it eventually, but it could be a bit troublesome to share it with others.
I honestly love to share protein treats with the ones that like sweets. And like me. Eventually, a day without a snack is a waste day, right? All right, no more jokes. Anyway, an act of sharing might make someone’s day. And that’s the most beautiful thing in sharing. And this Oatein White Chocolate & Blueberry flavour protein cookie would be one of those shareable treats now and then. But it turned out to be not the best one to use it this way. Unless I’d like to make someone sad. Or less happy at least.
This protein cookie looks like… Well, it looks like a cookie though. No, not dough. It looks like the one on the packaging. So it has some white chocolate chips and blueberry pieces inside it. It smells like a blueberry muffin, but the one without the chocolate chips. It’s charmingly soft both on the outside and inside, so it’s not a problem to bite into it. However, it’s a bit crumbly. In addition to this, it’s only slightly chewy, barely tries to stick to the teeth. And it’s somewhat dryish too, so a sip or three may come in handy while eating it.
It tastes similar to its smell. So there’s a pleasant blueberry muffin aroma in it.
Thanks to the white chocolate chips there’s also a bit of sweetness, but I wouldn’t call it a proper sweet treat. And blueberry pieces don’t make it too sweet. Instead of that, you may detect a bit of bitterness, but I wouldn’t be too concerned about it. Eventually, it doesn’t make too much mess here. To sum up the overall experience, it’s not too bad, but it’s not exciting either. And it’s not anything me or you would want to share with someone else. So do others a favour and keep it for yourself if you’ve got it already.
This is a huge cookie, especially when we talk about its macros. A 75g cookie serves a biggish 302 kcal, 10.5g of fat, as much as 33.8g of carbs (including 15g of sugar) and a reasonable 16.5g of protein. Could be better. Others can do better. The ingredients list is even worse than that – added sugar, palm fat and fructose-glucose syrup are… Well, nothing you’d want to stuff your significant ones with.
In conclusion, there’s no chance I’d consider this Oatein protein cookie the finest protein cookie on the go.
This is an OK cookie.
All right, here is a bit more of it. It’s not a cookie you’d want to share with others. It smells OK, but not too inviting. It tastes good, but not too exciting. It’s comfortably soft and easy to eat, but still a bit dryish. Mediocre macros and inferior ingredients used to make is also nothing to be proud of. So to put it briefly, it’s like home-baked cookies made 3 minutes before guests arrived – on speed, with not all the ingredients well selected and balanced. And here’s the result of that – you have a cookie, but it might be a bit troublesome to share it with others.
Unless it’s your postman that instead deliver your parcels to you, he takes them back to the post office. The one that is 10 miles away from you and has paid parking as the only option to park your car over there.
- Smell 6.56.5/10
- Outer firmness 88/10
- Inner firmness 88/10
- Taste 66/10
- Moistness 66/10
- Nutrients 44/10
- Ingredients 33/10
- Overall experience 6.56.5/10
OUR RATE: (barely) GOOD
t’s not a cookie you’d want to share with others. It smells OK, but not too inviting. It smells good, but not too exciting. It’s comfortably soft and easy to eat, but still a bit dryish. Mediocre macros and inferior ingredients used to make is also nothing to be proud of. So to put it briefly, it’s like home-baked cookies made 3 minutes before guests arrived – on speed, with not all the ingredients well selected and balanced.
User Review( votes)
Very comfortable to eat
As much as 302 kcal per serving (75g cookie)
As much as 33.8g of carbs