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Nabisco releases limited-edition Hot Cocoa cookies


Nabisco is hoping to warm you up this winter with its latest Chips Ahoy flavor - but only for a limited time.

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Hot Cocoa Chips Ahoy will hit store shelves across the country on Nov. 2.

The hot chocolate-flavored cookies are filled with a creamy fudge center and contain marshmallows and chocolate chips.

According to Thrillestthe special-edition cookies were specifically crafted to be eaten warm. Nabisco suggests putting the dessert in the microwave for a few seconds before consuming.

The cookies will reportedly only be available for eight weeks.



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