Something To Satisfy Your Inner Cookie Monster - Pops & Jules

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If you have a sweet tooth and are looking for your next fix then you need to try out Pops and Jules gourmet cookies. I was wandering through the flea market in the Grand Social on Saturday when I walked passed their stand and had to try them out. Well if I'm honest I walked past it twice until my will power crumbled and I ran back to buy a few.

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Pops and Jules is a gourmet cookie company set up by two girls who are evidently true cookie monsters. Pops and Jules met in college and after graduation and a stint on Great Irish Bake Off, they decided to set up a cookie company with a twist. Their stall in Grand Social was a once off but they're usually found in the Blackrock Farmers Market, but you can keep up to date on their Facebook page to see where they're selling from next.

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Their cookies were delicious and had an amazing range of flavours. I tried one of each (hey, it was research!). The ones I tried were the 'Father Jack' which was a mix of espresso, dark chocolate and walnut, 'Spread The Love' which was a flourless nutella cookie, 'The Ranelucky' which was a cranberry, coconut, pecan and chocolate cookie and 'The Pinkie Pie' which was a mix of raspberry, white chocolate and mint.

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The cookies themselves are more chewy than crunchy but taste delicious. Apparently they also make a bacon cookie if you're a bit more adventurous. My favourites were definitely the Father Jack and the Spread the Love cookies, but I am a bit of a chocoholic. You can buy them individually for by the bag and I reckon it's only a matter of time before the likes of Fallon and Byrne, Wilde & Greene and the likes start stocking them. If you're over the cupcakes and the macaroons and are looking for your next sugary fix then definitely try these out.

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Emma Kenneally

Obsessed with all things food related, Emma is either thinking about food, talking about food, cooking food or eating food.

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