Mrs. Thinsters cookie thins were a happy accident.

One day, “Mrs. Thinster” decided to make a batch of cookies. Then, realizing she only had enough dough for one tray, she dropped the dough on the baking sheet with a teaspoon instead of a tablespoon.

The result: ever-so-thin, crispy cookies.

The homemade cookies turned into a full line, which now includes Thinsters in:

  • Blueberry Crumb Cake
  • Brownie Batter
  • Cake Batter
  • Chocolate Chip
  • Coconut Chip
  • Cinnamon Crumb Cake
  • Key Lime Pie (personal favorite)
  • Pumpkin Spice
  • Toasted Coconut
    All the flavors are delicious. But there are other good cookie brands in the world.

    What we like best about Mrs. Thinster’s is the crisp snap…and the fact that the thinness means fewer calories.

    We’re a bit of a Cookie Monster, and must have our coo-kies. Four Mrs. Thinsters cookies, at 130 calories, hit the spot. We’ve been known to be satisfied with just two cookies!

    We’ve been using Mrs. Thinster’s for:

  • Mini ice cream sandwiches
  • Coffee breaks
  • Ice cream garnishes
  • Snack breaks, plain or with yogurt
    The cookies are all-natural, non-GMO, rBGH-free and corn syrup-free. They are made in a peanut-free facility.

    They’re available in 4-ounce packages and 1-ounce individual snack packs.

    The line is certified kosher (dairy) by OU.

    You can find them at retailers nationwide.

    Discover more at…and enjoy!


    Mrs. Thinsters Chocolate Chip Cookies
    [1] America’s favorite cookie—chocolate chip—in a thinner, crisper version (all photos courtesy Mrs. Thinsters).

    Mrs. Thinsters Key Lime
    [2] Key Lime, a new flavor, is a taste of the tropics.< Mrs. Thinsters Toasted Coconut Cookies
    [3] We love making mini ice cream sandwiches with Toasted Coconut Mrs. Thinster’s.



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