Afghan Biscuits

afghan biscuits

These are made from flour, sugar, butter, crushed cornflakes, and cocoa powder, with a walnut on top. These don’t really have anything to do with Afghanistan. They’re from New Zealand. They look pretty good. I never really considered that New Zealand had it’s own food. I wonder what else New Zealand has. Electricity? Cars? A space program? 3.8/5

Gooey Butter Cookies

gooey butter cookies

This are cookies principally made by a few St. Louis bakeries, and, most importantly, by me, Stuff Rater. It’s kind of plug-and-play in that the recipe calls for a box of cake mix, but you can use any flavor you want until you get things like orange cookies, or carrot cookies, or butter pecan cookies with no extra work and everyone thinks you’re some kind of cookie genius. Please don’t look up the recipe for these. With every other person that knows how to make these, I become less and less special until people don’t have to invite me to things in the hope I will bring cookies. 4.9/5

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

oatmeal raisin cookies

This is less of a cookie, and more of a vicious, devious trap. The oatmeal is fine, it’s kind of odd to put so much fiber in a cookie, but oatmeal and I have no beef. But raisins are just about perfect at looking like chocolate from a distance but actually being gross garbage. I wouldn’t eat raisins if I knew they were raisins, but getting tricked into raisins when you’re expecting chocolate is a special kind of torture. 0.1/5