25 Delicious Tidbits About Cookies That Might Make Your Mouth Water

Who doesn’t like cookies? Even if you say you don’t, we refuse to believe you! And just in case you’re English, yes, we mean biscuits. Sorry guys and gals…we decided to go with the American term on this one. Chocolate chip cookies just has a ring to it that sounds delicious. But where did these incredibly tasty little flat pieces of dough come from? The answer might surprise you. It was Persia. Yup, the Middle East. From there they spread around the world and took it by storm. Today, however, we are here to discuss more than just the history of cookies, we are here to celebrate their deliciousness with a list of crazy and awesome facts that will make your mouth water and wish that it was time for dessert! Although we can’t promise to satisfy your cravings, we do plan to enlighten you with some cool information that you can ponder then next time you indulge yourself on your midnight snack. And if nothing else, you can at least surprise/bore your friends with your random knowledge of how chocolate chips came to be. These are 25 Delicious Tidbits About Cookies That Might Make Your Mouth Water.

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During the filming of Stand By Me, 11 year old Jerry O’Connell accidentally ate some pot cookies from the local fair. He was found several hours after the shoot, crying and high on the cookies in a park nearby.

During the filming of Stand By Me, 11 year old Jerry O’Connell accidentally ate some pot cookies from the local fair. He was found several hours after the shoot, crying and high on the cookies in a park nearbySource: imdb, Image: wikipedia
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In 2002, Bruce Willis bought more than 12,000 girl scout cookies from his daughter and sent them to troops in the Middle East.

In 2002, Bruce Willis bought more than 12,000 girl scout cookies from his daughter and sent them to troops in the Middle EastSource: wikipedia, Image: wikipedia
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The first cookies were actually baked in Persia in the 7th century when sugar became popular in the region.

The first cookies were actually baked in Persia in the 7th century when sugar became popular in the regionSource: wikipedia, Image: wikipedia
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Gingerbread men, however, come from the Court of Elizabeth I of England. She ordered cookies to be baked in the shape of her guests.

Gingerbread men, however, come from the Court of Elizabeth I of England. She ordered cookies to be baked in the shape of her guestsSource: wikipedia, Image: wikipedia
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The saltine cracker challenge is a food challenge in which somebody has 60 seconds to eat 6 saltines without drinking anything (and swallow all the crumbs). While this may seem trivial, the saltines quickly dry up the mouth which makes it hard to swallow.

The saltine cracker challenge is a food challenge in which somebody has 60 seconds to eat 6 saltines without drinking anything (and swallow all the crumbs). While this may seem trivial, the saltines quickly dry up the mouth which makes it hard to swallow.Source: wikipedia, Image: wikipedia


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