Talk about a small serving size!
When you buy a child's pack of mini chocolate chip cookies, you know it's going to be a small portion. But one Aussie mum was shocked to find something ridiculous in her son's cookies.
Cherie took to the Coles Facebook page to share her dissatisfaction with the snack pack. When she gave her son the mini cookies as a snack, he opened it to find only one single cookie in the bottom of the bag.
She wrote to the page, joking: "I might be trying to diet and need more appropriate portion control measures but my little guy doesn’t.”
Image: Facebook/Cherie Porter
Usually, you'll find these little treats in a multi-pack of eight, with each pack holding a 23-gram serving.
Unfortunately, Cherie's son did not get what he was expecting and was left with a measly single cookie - one seemingly lacking in chocolate, too!
The Facebook mum wasn't really upset about the discovery; she found the unusual experience to be quite humorous.
“I find [it] hilarious more than I do frustrating,” she commented.
Speaking to 7news, a Coles spokesperson remarked: "Coles takes the quality of all our products seriously and have contacted the customer to look into the matter.
“As always, we encourage customers to return any item they’re not happy with to their nearest store for a full refund or replacement.”
Lead image: Coles/getty
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