Nabisco’s Chips Ahoy cookies celebrates Mother’s Day with drag queen. Cookies recalled for ‘unexpected solidified ingredient’

On Mother’s Day last Sunday, May 12, 2019, Nabisco’s Chips Ahoy! tweeted a video of a drag queen, Vanessa Vanjie, with this message:

 to your moms, your drag moms and everyone who celebrates you being YOU. 

Here’s the video:

Below are some tweets in response:

Reaper: “This is a man”

Mark Dice: “Maybe just sell chocolate chip cookies, and leave drag queens out of it.”

Saladino for Congress: “Thank you for helping me narrow down my cookie preferences. No more Chips Ahoy for me”

Matthew Leitner: “There will never be a chips ahoy product in my home. Ever.”

Mark: “Fun fact, biological males with make up on doesn’t give them the ability to give birth.”

The Grumpy White Guy: “I know what’s hitting the trash can when I get home.”

Ross: “Thanks I’ll be vomiting every time I see a chips ahoy now, which is never”

Chris: “Well…no more Chips Ahoy for my house.”

Brent: “Chips ahoy will never see my money. In fact @nabisco should sell the brand because I’m about replace all of their products!”

Vanjie is not only a man in drag, he is a sodomite.

On May 11, 2019, Vanessa Vanjie Mateo (@VanessaVanjie) tweeted this:

Shoutout to all the dick suckers!!

Meanwhile, in related news, USA Today reports on April 17, 2019:

Bags of chewy Chips Ahoy! chocolate chip cookies are being recalled in the United States after an “unexpected solidified ingredient” has been found in some of them.

Mondelēz Global LLC, the parent company of Nabisco, released a recall notice for consumers on April 13 for the limited and voluntary recall of the cookies. Mondelēz Global has not specified what the solidified ingredient in the cookies is, but said there have been reports of potential adverse health effects.

The 13-ounce pack of cookies containing the UPC 044000032234 and use by dates on Sept. 7, Sept. 8, Sept. 14 and Sept. 15, should not be eaten. The dates are located on the top left of the packaging near the lift tab.

Anyone who may have purchased these chocolate chip cookies should not eat them and reach out to Mondelēz Global, which is headquartered in East Hanover Township, New Jersey.

I dread to think what the “unexpected solidified ingredient” is….

See also “School renames Mother’s Day and Father’s Day for being too ‘binary’

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William

I dread to think what the “unexpected solidified ingredient” is….

No, let’s not go there. I can’t help but wonder who they are trying to reach with this depravity. Kids probably. But drag moms? What’s a drag mom? No matter, no Nabisco products for me , ever. Not much of a sacrifice

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Is this just a new twist on “come here kid, I’ve got candy?”. Does the date rape drug come in solid form?

We’ve baked a lot of cookies and I can’t recall ever getting anything “unspecified” in them. How does that happen?

Well, at least that saves some time in the cookie aisle.

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MarkyMark

That’s a SHAME! I always loved and enjoyed Chips Ahoy cookies through the years, much to the detriment of my waistline. I can’t, in good conscience, buy Chips Ahoy ever again. The store brand @ Giant is pretty good though. I also like Aldi’s Dunkers; they’re long, narrow chocolate chip cookies that’ll fit in a glass, so you can dunk ‘me in milk – hence their name, Dunkers. They also taste better than Chips Ahoy, and they’re CHEAPER (they’re available in Aldi’s, after all)! On second thought, giving up Chips Ahoy is no problem at all…

DCG
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Another product to join my boycott list…

William
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William

Unable to resist speculating about the nature of the “unexpected solidified ingredient” I’ve tentatively concluded that it’s plastic sugar from China

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CalGirl
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CalGirl

NO PROBLEM in “giving up” these hard, poker-chip, tasteless “cookies.” Meanwhile, with so many jumping on the the “tranny” bandwagon….have any of these product/advertisers looked at the stats on this? The trans/”queer”/lesbian/bisexual/gay an so on and so on…..compose less than 4% of our population nation-wide. Why do we need to bend to their proclivities? Pretty sure the disabled of any kind…born or result of life events….wounded veterans……etc….equals TONS more percentage-wise than THIS small sample that identifies itself by the manner of sexual release/experience it prefers—as tho’ I care or many others in middle America CARE about the sexual pleasures/preferences of… Read more »

TrailDust
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A sad state of affairs. The only way I can imagine this great company committing such an obvious market error is if the family that controls the company has a member who is LGBT and an activist.
It is marketing suicide to let a brand be represented this way.

Chemtrailssuck
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Chemtrailssuck

Nabisco is a demonic company, just look at their logo with the broken cross on it, it says it all (looks like a weird antenna). There are other “broken crosses”, such as the “peace” sign, Exxon’s XX (it’s tilted but still there).
Maybe they let the drag queen make the cookies and that’s why there is a “solidified” ingredient in there. I guess they can’t just list it, huh?

WONDER WHAT IT IS……..????

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Folks, I just tried Lidl’s store brand versions of Double Stuff Oreos and Chips Ahoy; they’re both good for a FRACTION of the price! I paid $1.69 for Lidl’s double sandwich cookie, and I paid $1.39 for the chocolate chip cookies. They’re much CHEAPER than the Nabisco products, while tasting as good or better than their Nabisco counterparts. For those who don’t know, Lidl is a competitor of Aldi. They’re both headquartered in Germany, and both focus on low cost. However, Lidl is newer in the US. They’re only in 17 states, while Aldi is in 35 states. Also, Lidl… Read more »