I was so ready to taste these cookies, as I am a huge fan of cookies in general (I was pretty obsessed with Crumbl last year) and the advertising and packaging for Home Dough claim they taste like they are homemade and will cause you to never want to eat another cookie again. Unfortunately, that was not the case with me, at least with most of the flavors.
Being a chocolate chip cookie fanatic, I tried that one first. And sadly, I was really disappointed. It felt like it had too much going on for my taste, as I prefer my chocolate chip cookies without oats and toffee. As of writing this, it's the only flavor that I have finished since I still enjoyed them enough to finish this flavor before trying the other two. I was also not a fan of the molasses ginger spice. These cookies flattened out so much, and the flavor was not to my liking at all. But I more or less expected that with this cookie. Finally, I tried the Oatmeal Toffee. I was expecting not to like it since my track record for oatmeal cookies is not great, but by some miracle, this is definitely my favorite cookie of the three! It doesn't really have the texture of oatmeal, which is the part of an oatmeal cookie I don't really like. It's more subtle, and I enjoyed the level of sweetness it has. Perhaps I like this cookie the most because I wasn't expecting anything from it, which is the opposite of my chocolate chip experience.
Overall these cookies were just okay. For me, they are not worth the price, but I can see why so many others enjoy them. One other thing I have not touched on yet is the design of this brand. I really do like it, as it has a nice modern logo and package design (as well as a super-cute website), but I can't really say it screams "this is from a mother's recipe and tastes homemade".