Reviewing Trader Joe’s Tiniest Chocolate Chip Cookies, Heidi Blueberry Chocolate, & More

by Victor Martelle
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This snack review has Trader Joe’s Tiniest Chocolate Chip Cookies, Dunkin’ Donuts Pumpkin Muffin, Ovation Break-a-Parts Creme de Coconut and White Chocolate with Honey-Almond Nougat Mini Bars, and Heidi Milkberry Blueberry Milk Chocolate Bar. While the Trader Joe’s cookies were adorable, my favorite out of everything was the blueberry chocolate bar by Heidi, although I do think it could have been better.


Trader Joe’s Tiniest Chocolate Chip Cookies

Score: 5 / 10

Front package of Trader Joe's Tiniest Chocolate Chip Cookies.

As advertised, these are very small baked cookies. Each one is unique, some shaded darker from baking than others for example, and each one is fairly crunchy but they don’t have rough textures. Overall, they are regular tasting, semi-sweet, crunchy small chocolate chip cookies in the shape of ovals and balls. Nothing to really write home about.

Released some time in August 2023.

Back package, including ingredients and nutrition label, of Trader Joe's Tiniest Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Dunkin’ Donuts Pumpkin Muffin

Score: 5.5 / 10

Top of Dunkin' Donuts Pumpkin Muffin.

This is so small! The texture is like a cheap cake as it falls apart easy and isn’t very thick. It’s semi-sweet with a mostly light pumpkin flavor except for the top that is just slightly sweeter due to the lines of frosting. If it wasn’t so frustrating to eat and so messy, I may have rated it a bit higher. You’re better off going to Starbucks for their pumpkin muffin which I reviewed here.

This is the yearly rerelease of Dunkin’ Donuts annual fall menu which includes a variety of Pumpkin items. This year (2023), it released in August.

Holding a Dunkin' Donuts Pumpkin Muffin.

Frey Ovation Break-a-Parts Creme de Coconut Filled Milk Chocolate Ball

Score: 6 / 10

Front box of Frey Ovation Break-a-Parts creme de coconut filled ball.

Average, semi-sweet chocolate with a thin layer of super sweet, artificial tasting coconut in the center. Despite being a “creme”, it’s a soft-solid and not crunchy. Overall, these are fairly sweet with a pretty fake inner coconut-like taste. Requires some force to break apart at times. As a coconut fan, I was personally disappointed with the taste.

Frey has been around since the late 1800s although I’m not sure when this product was released. Found at Ocean State Job Lot.


Frey Ovation Swiss White Chocolate with Honey-Almond Nougat Mini Bars

Score: 6 / 10

Box of Frey Ovation Swiss White Chocolate with Honey-Almond Nougat Mini Bars.

One of the least sweet white chocolate candy bars I’ve had. The sweetness lands around semi-sweet and the flavor is almost entirely white chocolate with a hardly noticeable texture from the specs of embedded nougat. Maybe the nougat dulls the sweetness, I’m not sure, but I couldn’t taste much of it. The bars are small and have large grooves in them.

Frey has been around since the late 1800s although I’m not sure when this product was released. Found at Ocean State Job Lot.


Heidi Milkberry Blueberry Milk Chocolate Bar

Score: 6.5 / 10

Front package of Heidi Milkberry Blueberry milk chocolate bar.

Very thin, semi-dark chocolate bars with tiny little embedded, almost crunchy blueberries throughout. The blueberry flavor is quite mild although noticeable. I do wish they were a bit darker and the blueberry was more bold.

While the company has been around since the 1990s, I’m not sure when this product was released. Found at the Ocean State Job Lot.


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