Results for - Very Best Cookies -- The Good, the Sweet, and the Addictive

2,316 voters participated in this survey

Sweet and delicious, cookies go well with milk, possibly the most satisfying food combination.

Choose your favourite cookies:

1. Choose your favourite cookies:

1. Biscotti -- Italian almond cookies. They are supposed to be hard, dry and crunchy. Biscotti means twice-baked.
14%
313 votes
2. Black and white cookie -- A New York delicacy that is half chocolate and half vanilla.
10%
238 votes
3. Blondies -- Basically, a chocolate-free version of brownies.
10%
233 votes
4. Brownies -- Thick chocolate cookie, crackly on the outside and fudgy in the middle.
36%
824 votes
5. Butter cookie -- Soft and crispy. Danish butter cookies are a classic Christmas cookie.
23%
534 votes
6. Chocolate chip cookie -- Ruth Wakefield developed this tasty treat of semisweet chocolate chips at the Toll House Inn in Whitman, Massachusetts in the 1930s.
44%
1,016 votes
7. Crack cookie -- Crunchy, chocolatey-sweet and legally addictive cookie made with crackers.
4%
103 votes
8. Fig Newton -- Soft, and chewy fruit inside.
15%
343 votes
9. Fortune cookie -- Vanilla fortune teller. A few words on a small piece of paper inside the cookie convey an inspiring, philosophical or humorous message.
9%
204 votes
10. Gingerbread cookie -- Soft and chewy, perfectly flavoured with the right amount of dark molasses, ginger, and spices.
17%
390 votes
11. Macaron -- Macarons come in fruit and chocolate flavours.
8%
174 votes
12. Macaroon -- Chewy, coconut-flavoured cookies.
19%
428 votes
13. Oatmeal cookie -- Sometimes made with mix-ins like raisins, chocolate chips or butterscotch.
27%
623 votes
14. Peanut butter cookie -- Can be made gluten-free by combining only peanut butter, eggs, and sugar. It works!
28%
655 votes
15. Shortbread -- Buttery, crumbly, sweet confection.
25%
579 votes
16. Snickerdoodle -- Sugar cookie with strong cinnamon-sugar flavour.
16%
372 votes
17. Sugar cookie -- A holiday favourite. Rich and buttery, easy to make.
23%
527 votes
18. Thin mint -- Mint-flavoured chocolate wafer dipped in chocolate.
18%
412 votes
19. Vanilla wafer -- Small, crisp cookie with buttery sweet vanilla flavour. Perfect on its own or used in banana pudding.
12%
277 votes
20. Wafer -- Very thin cookies layered with flavoured cream.
10%
230 votes
Other (please specify)
2%
41 votes
Not Applicable
8%
176 votes
Which do you prefer, crispy or chewy?

2. Which do you prefer, crispy or chewy?

Crispy
20%
467 votes
Crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside
39%
897 votes
Chewy
44%
1,009 votes
Not Applicable
8%
186 votes
Oreo is the best-selling cookie in the world. It debuted in 1912 by Nabisco. Is Oreo your favourite brand of cookies? (If not, what is your favourite brand of cookie?)

3. Oreo is the best-selling cookie in the world. It debuted in 1912 by Nabisco. Is Oreo your favourite brand of cookies? (If not, what is your favourite brand of cookie?)

Yes
33%
770 votes
No
52%
1,205 votes
Not Applicable
14%
325 votes
Cookie recipes may contain both brown and white sugar and there is a good reason: White sugar makes a crispier cookie, while brown sugar absorbs moisture after baking which ensures chewiness. During the holidays, do you bake cookies to give away as a gift?

4. Cookie recipes may contain both brown and white sugar and there is a good reason: White sugar makes a crispier cookie, while brown sugar absorbs moisture after baking which ensures chewiness. During the holidays, do you bake cookies to give away as a gift?

Yes, I give homemade cookies away
24%
560 votes
I PURCHASE cookies to give or send as a gift
9%
197 votes
No, I don't give cookies as gifts
49%
1,131 votes
Not Applicable
18%
412 votes

5. Ooh, what's in this cookie! Researchers at the University of Bordeaux (2013) say the combination of ingredients in the average chocolate chip cookie trigger the same addictive response in the brain as cocaine or marijuana. Do you have cookies in your home right now?

Yes
53%
1,217 votes
No
37%
859 votes
Undecided
10%
224 votes
12/09/2019 Food & Drink 2316 57 Anonymous

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