Pull out the pumpkin candles and throw on your Hocus Pocus spirit jersey and some fuzzy socks, because we have some exciting fall news for you guys!
You know those Hocus Pocus break and bake cookies we told you guys about a few weeks back?! Well, we found em and we hopped on our brooms as fast as we could, flew home, and cooked them up. And…well, they didn’t disappoint, especially if you love peanut butter and chocolate!
The Hocus Pocus cookies are made by Nestle Toll House and the pack makes 20 break and bake cookies.
These are oatmeal peanut butter cookies topped with chocolate morsels and candy-coated gems. The little gems are inspired by our three favorite witches — Sarah, Winifred, and Mary.
You’ll need to preheat your oven to 325ºF and bake your cookie babies for 13-15 minutes.
After anxiously waiting while singing I Put A Spell On You, we pulled ours out of the oven and tried em out. They end up being pretty tiny (like most pre-cut cookies) once baked.
After letting them cool for a bit, it was FINALLY time to try our cookies out!
Overall, they are VERY peanut buttery. The oatmeal is there but more for texture than flavor. And as you can see, they’re pretty chocolaty. We really liked them, but if you’re looking for more of an oatmeal cookie flavor, then you may wanna pass.
We found these at our local Kroger for $2.79. We will be on the lookout for these at more locations and if you find them elsewhere, please let us know!
Have you spotted the Hocus Pocus cookies at your grocery store? Let us know in the comments below!