Walmart Is Now Selling A Cookie Butter Cream Cheese

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Cream cheese on a bagel is already a pretty mouthwatering breakfast, right? Well guess what? Walmart is jumping in on the fancy cream cheese spread game by coming out with a cookie butter flavor!

If you head to your local Walmart, you'll find the new spread selling for a mere $2 for an eight-ounce container. Great Value is also rolling out three other flavors Chocolate Hazelnut, Honey Almond & Vanilla, and Blueberry & Lemon Zest. 

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Hey guys... I just think you all should know about this Cookie Butter Cream Cheese from Walmart. Trader Joe’s was the first to do this but not everyone has a Trader Joe’s. This is a fierce competitor: a nice spiced Speculoos cookie flavor mellowed out by creamy, delicious cream cheese. Plenty of flavor, but not so strong that you’d be afraid to pair it with your normal cream cheese complements. So far I’ve only tried it on this graham cracker, and I also may have tongued it a little.👌🏼 My next move is the Maple French Toast English muffins.

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Triple mini review! Walmart has a bunch of new, exciting cream cheese flavors, including: Cookie Butter, Blueberry & Lemon Zest, and Chocolate Hazelnut. All three are great flavors, but if I had to pick a least favorite, it would be Cookie Butter. While that caramelized cookie flavor is there, it is pretty subdued. 7/10. Blueberry & Lemon Zest takes the middle spot. The addition of lemon zest to a traditional blueberry cream cheese adds a refreshing tang and brightness. 8/10. My favorite is the Chocolate Hazelnut. I'm not a huge fan of Nutella; I think it's good but not great. However, this cream cheese, in my opinion, is better than Nutella. The flavor starts out more on the chocolate side, but it ends with a near pure hazelnut flavor. 8.5/10. Bravo, Walmart product developers! Keep up the good work and products that are more adventurous that the leading name brands.

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