I don’t want anything in my coffee normally, other than coffee (or the occasional chocolate and oatmilk in a latte form).
However, I once did the put the stroopwafel on top of the cup to soften it and forgot and it fell in my coffee. i wasn’t in the mood to make another cup, so i drank it, and well. it was @mediocrebot@awesome
@Mehrocco_Mole the point is that there is no answer to the question because the premise is faulty. There is no good cookie to waste dipping in coffee. (Also my point.) And sometimes they put surveys out there just to get people to comment.
@rawhid I tend to preface that statement with “If you want to keep all of your fingers, …” And yes, I used to know people who thought that it was okay to do that because they didn’t want to buy coffee that they wouldn’t drink.
It’s “normally” not a good thing to dip a cookie in your coffee. I agree with the majority of commenters here on that, but
There’s an exception for Springerle - it’s a German biscuit/cookie usually made about Christmastime. It has an anise flavor to it (and is, IMHO, the only good use for anise). But here’s the thing, you let them sit, and they get so hard you can’t eat them dry. So you dip them in coffee, and the coffee-anise flavor is wonderful. Personally, I like hiding them and finding them a couple of months later after all the other sweets are gone from the holidays. It’s also a good use for the not-so-good coffee that’s sat all day and needs to be warned in the microwave.
the Dutch, makers of stroopwafels, put candied anise on toast to celebrate a baby, like the so called cigars.
if you put orange candied anise on toast to celebrate, it signifies the birth of a member of the Royal House of Orange.
i don’t dunk most cookies, with the exception of oreos, chocolate chip, and occasionally thin mints…in milk.
i used to dip these in tea - haven’t done that in a long time. maybe i’ll grab some next grocery run for nostalgia’s sake. (my grampa was the tea drinker. as it happens, my first name begins with S and he would say that these S cookies were for me and my name. for some time i did think everyone had their own letter cookie )