Subway Footlong Cookies


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Subway is baking up some over-the-top footlong cookies, but good luck getting one of them.

Unlike its regular round cookies, the footlong versions are available in just one location for only four hours. It makes you wonder why Subway is bothering at all, but the purpose is for charity. You can only get a footlong cookie if you donate to the Subway Cares Foundation

It's part of the sandwich chain's celebration of National Cookie Day on Dec. 4. Last year, Subway opened a pop-up in New York City for the occasion, appropriately called Cookieway. This year, the four-hour-long Cookieway will appear in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami. So if you happen to be in the area on Sunday afternoon, head to 1575 SW 8th St. and try to score one of the shareable creations.

Though cookies inspired by sub sandwiches do not sound promising, they sound really good — for the most part. We're not too sure about pickles, but there's always got to be one oddball to get everyone talking. The footlong cookie flavors are:

  • The Subway Cookie Club: a double chocolate cookie base and vanilla frosting topped with chocolate chip, white chocolate macadamia and raspberry cheesecake cookie chunks, rainbow sprinkles, and chocolate and raspberry sauce.
  • The MexiCali: a vanilla sugar cookie base topped with dulce de leche, mole, and corn nuts, drizzled with white chocolate sauce, and finished with ground coffee, Tajín, and espresso chips.
  • The Monster: a double chocolate cookie base with a spread of peanut butter, topped with peanut butter cups, Reese's pieces, butterscotch morsels, and pretzels, with both chocolate and white chocolate sauce.
  • The Great Pickle: peanut butter and marshmallow creme on top of a vanilla sugar cookie base, topped with potato chips, bacon crumbles, and dill pickles.

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If you're not going to be in Miami for Cookieway, you can now buy six- and 12-packs of Subway's cookies at all its locations to feed a whole crew. You can also get $2 off a footlong sub and cookie when you order online as an email subscriber. Though, both of those are pretty weak consolation prizes for that intriguing mole, dulce de leche, and corn nut cookie combo.

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