Do you think you are a smart cookie? Guess’s favorite cookie in Massachusetts

Hey, County Berkshire, here’s a question: Are you a cookie connoisseur? And I don’t mean sometimes some boring old fashioned chocolate chip cookie as a snack (Not that I don’t the love Get me some “boring old chocolate chip cookies”!) or an Oreo or two for a sugar boost on your way out.

no. I’m talking about Constant passion biscuit! And we cookie junkies are not particularly, almost any cookie will do. Whether it’s peanut butter cookies:

Homemade Peanut Butter Cookies

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Peanut Butter blossom Cookies (different from peanut butter cookies but just as rewarding):

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Sugar confectionery:

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Fan cookies:

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Or, yes, even Chocolate Chip (just a few minutes out of the oven…):

We’re so excited about cookies we can’t get enough! If you had to guess, what do you think is the most popular Massachusetts cookie? Will it be one of the types I mentioned above? Or one of the hundreds of cookies I haven’t mentioned yet?

The Shane Co., the nation’s largest privately owned jeweler, has ranked the cookie craze in every state in the country based on Google Trends search data over the past year. I’m not going to tell you about Massachusetts’ best yet (but here’s a hint: it’s not already mentioned).

First, let’s take a look at the country’s favorite cookies by region. In the Midwest:

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Snowball Cakes Most searched for. They are small round butter cookies usually with chopped nuts and dusted with powdered sugar so that they look like… yeah. snowballs. And it’s delicious. In the southern region of the country, another delicious option is popular cucumber:

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Butter Pecan Cookies. The name says it all. In the western part of the country, the favorite is actually a three-way tie:

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Macarons(Not to be confused with Makarounce, We’ll get to that later) These are meringue-based sandwich cookies. Did I mention delicious? Have I overused the word delicious yet?

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Mexican wedding cookies Very similar to Snowball cookies.

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Snickerdoodle biscuit Similar to sugar cookies, but dramatically (and heavenly) flavored with cinnamon — YUMMM! Now let’s take a look at the most popular cookies for our part of the country, the Northeast. It is a two-way bond:

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Biscotti It is the favorite cookie of both Connecticut and Rhode Island. Biscotti is an Italian almond biscuit twice baked which makes it incredibly crunchy. Perfect for dipping into coffee.

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felines. Here we have Min And the The most popular cookie in Massachusetts! Macarons are small cakes made from shredded coconut and sometimes ground almonds. They almost don’t look like traditional cookies, but nonetheless, they’re a Massachusetts favorite.

Roughly in the Northeast, New Hampshire’s favorite cookie is Snowball Cookie. And believe it or not, Vermont is Just The state to view chocolate chip cookies as their favourites!

If you would like to see more information about cookie labels, please visit the Shane Co website here.

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