Health: When measuring the health benefits and disadvantages of this snack, I purchased the large 15 ounce bag. Chips Ahoy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies appear to be slightly healthier than a regular package of cookies from the same brand. They contain 120 calories, 5 grams of fat and 2.5 grams of saturated fat. I was glad to find that Chips Ahoy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies are low in sodium, sugar and have zero cholesterol. However, this snack food contains 2 grams of Monounsaturated fat which may not be a great factor when it comes to nutrition.
Quality: The popular Chips Ahoy cookies come in blue packaging while the oatmeal version is available in a red package. It has an “easy to open pull tab” that makes this snack product convenient to enjoy. You can store it away easy without worrying about the cookies getting stale. The plastic pull tab also helps to close this package securely to ensure that crumbs do not fall out of the bag. There are enough cookies in each 15 ounce package to last for up to two weeks.
Price: Chips Ahoy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies are a relatively affordable snack food product. They cost around $2.99 at many grocery stores and are on sale often. I did not pay more than $4 when purchasing this product. You may be able to find Chips Ahoy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies on sale at 2 for $5 in the grocery store. There are also coupons that can be combined with your purchase. These coupons may save you up to $1 on a package of Chips Ahoy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Taste Test: I was skeptical when purchasing this product because I was not familiar with an oatmeal variety from the Chips Ahoy brand. While the Chips Ahoy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies do not taste entirely bad, they are not enjoyable either. The oatmeal is more dominant over the chocolate chip flavor. These two flavors seem to co-exist with each other, making for an awkward tasting snack. If you enjoy oatmeal cookies, this may be a nice snack food product to try. However, the chocolate chips, oatmeal and raisins do not always blend well. There are other companies that combine chocolate chip and oatmeal in a way that tastes much better than the Chips Ahoy brand.
Verdict: The nutritional value in Chips Ahoy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies is very low. This snack food contains a miniscule amount of fiber, protein and iron. Chips Ahoy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies are very filling but not delicious. I could not finish the one package that I purchased. I enjoy giving them away to people who will enjoy these cookies. I would not purchase this snack food product again unless it was as a gift for someone who favors this brand. Chips Ahoy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies are worth trying at least once since they are not expensive.