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What’s so special about NYC’s Levain Bakery cookies?

Find out for yourself: the cookies will now be sold in supermarkets across the United States.

By
Anna Ben Yehuda
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Just last week, popular New York City destination Levain Bakery announced that its delicious cookies will be available in supermarkets across the country starting September. The Internet, of course, went nuts. But what is so special about the treats and how excited should we be about picking up a batch?

First of all, rejoice at the selection of flavors available: the classic chocolate chip walnut leads a roster that includes the two-chip chocolate chip variety, the dark chocolate peanut butter one and a slightly different oatmeal raisin. Price-wise, expect to shell out $8 for a box that contains eight two-ounce cookies. A dollar per cookie? We're in.

Interestingly enough, the company has decided to sell these in the freezer aisle in order to maintain the food's freshness. Grab a bunch, pop them into your oven for a few minutes and you've got yourself a pretty extraordinary post-dinner snack.

Finally, let's discuss the size of the dessert. Although the original version of the treat is huge (6 ounces!), these ready-to-buy ones are a digestible 2 ounces each, oozing sweet chocolate deliciousness that will tickle your taste buds for hours on end. In case you aren't yet satisfied, here are some pictures of the cookie. Fair warning, though: you're about to salivate. 

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