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Sugar cookies come in all sorts of textures, shapes, and sizes and are meant to be a perfect blank slate for endless customization possibilities. Prefer a thin, crispy sugar cookie? Or maybe soft and chewy, with sugar sprinkles on top? This classic dessert is versatile, easy to bake, and extremely tasty, making it one of America’s most popular cookie bouquet choices, especially around the holidays!

The origins of sugar cookies can be traced back to German Protestant settlers in Nazareth, Pennsylvania around the mid 1700s and were dubbed “Nazareth Cookies.” Major ingredients in early iterations included sour cream and milk, but today’s recipes rely heavily on butter, sugar, and flour. It’s become a household tradition to roll out the dough by hand and cut out fun shapes, like flowers, stars, or even a snowman around Christmas time, before decorating them.

Some sugar cookies are thick, with a crumbly, shortbread consistency, while others are light and cakey, pairing well with a buttercream frosting. Experimenting with different types of sugar or flour will impact the density, appearance, and overall taste of a sugar cookie—for example, using brown sugar is perfect for a gingerbread sugar cookie! Or if you know of someone with allergies or dietary restrictions, it’s easy to play around with alternative ingredients, like non-dairy milk or gluten-free flour.

If you consider sugar cookies as a “boring” staple, it’s time to spice up your recipe! Throw in some cinnamon, ginger, vanilla, lemon zest, pumpkin spice—this is where the cookie creativity begins! Custom sugar cookies are perfect for any occasion you’re celebrating. Make pumpkin-flavored sugar cookies for Halloween, cute hearts sprinkled with extra sugar for your Valentine, or whip up a special birthday treat for a family member or friend, with their favorite flavor in mind. Sugar cookies with buttercream frosting are extra irresistible to all the sweet tooths out there!

Even if you’re not much of a sweets person, National Sugar Cookie Day is a great excuse to spoil someone with a batch of fresh sugar cookies. If you don’t want to mess up your kitchen? No problem. It’s just as easy to order a cookie bouquet delivery. When it comes to any kind of cookie, we have dozens of delicious options to help you celebrate!

In the midst of all the holidays leading up to May, we sometimes forget that there is an extremely important day coming up to celebrate one of the most important figures in our lives…that’s right: moms. Mother’s Day is all about expressing appreciation for the moms, grandmas, and other maternal role models that have showered us with unconditional love our whole lives.

It’s no wonder why we might feel stressed about finding the perfect gift to show our gratitude! But don’t worry. This year, we’ve put a clever spin on some conventional gift ideas that will create the cutest way to say Happy Mother’s Day and put a smile on her face.

Get her some special flowers.

Moms like receiving a bouquet, right? Traditionally, Mother’s Day is in the middle of springtime when tulips, daisies, and other cheery plants are blooming. Although for some, this is a great chance to “stop and smell the roses,” other moms might be allergic and unable to appreciate the gesture. So why not get some yummy sugar cookies in the shape of her favorite flowers? We’ve got Mother’s Day themed cookie gift baskets, gourmet tins, or cookie bouquets with a wide variety of colorful, buttercream-frosted flowers. Best of all, these flowers are edible, so instead of wilting, they’ll all be eaten down to the last crumb!

Pamper her with all her favorite treats.

Treat her to a pampered Mother’s Day by letting her sit back, relax, and enjoy her favorite desserts. Today she doesn’t have to bake anything—you’re bringing the dessert to her! Pour her a cup of coffee in her new “mom mug” as she indulges in some bite-sized goodies. Is she a chocolate-lover? We’ve got a decadent chocolate-everything gift basket with plenty of delightful surprises. No matter what kind of sweet tooth she has, we’ve got dozens of different cookie flavors to pick and choose from. We’ll wrap them up and deliver them to her door!

Make sure to be personal and thoughtful.

Even if you can’t be there in-person, Mother’s Day cookies are a cute way to send your mom some love from afar. Make her laugh with dog-shaped “I Wuf You” cookies or build her a special bundle of all her favorite cookie flavors, like peanut butter, chocolate chip, and snickerdoodle. Or maybe get creative to highlight what she loves the most—her family! What better way to get personal than by gifting a custom photo bouquet with handpicked pictures of her loved ones? Any number of photos can be printed in food-safe ink to showcase some sweet memories with mom. Even from a few cities over, it’s the next best way to celebrate; plus our cookies are so irresistible she’ll savor every last bite!

Whether you take your mom out to a celebratory lunch, chat long-distance for a couple of hours on the phone, or order her a heartfelt cookie bouquet, don’t forget to say Happy Mother’s Day in your own way. No matter who your role model is, show them you love them… to the moon and back!

The sun is starting to come out, the trees and flowers are blooming, and springtime is finally here! And you know what that means… Easter is right around the corner! Whether you celebrate spiritually by going to church Sunday morning or simply enjoy a challenging Easter egg hunt, every family has their own unique traditions to commemorate the holiday.

Freshly baked breads, cakes and chocolates, and dyed eggs for symbolic decoration are just a few examples of the many Easter customs out there. But what really goes into making the best Easter treat?

Choose something deliciously sweet.

After a dreary, cold winter, it feels delightful to indulge on some warm, homemade desserts—especially for those who religiously fast during the weeks leading up to Easter! That’s why in many cultures, numerous dishes are made with rich cheeses, creams, and candied fruit, to break their dessert-free fasting oh-so-luxuriously. For example, in Denmark, they eat “Semla,” which are rolls stuffed with almond paste and whipped cream. In the same way, our buttercream-frosted cookie bouquets are baked to be just as ear-resistible. What’s better than waking up on Easter morning to a basket full of cute bunny-shaped cookies?

Make it colorful and classic.  

Around Easter, you’ll see a lot of eye-catching colors to mimic the blossoming of nature. Frequently in the southern part of the U.S., coconut cake is a classic since the fluffy flakes of coconut are tinted green to look like fresh sprigs of grass, and typically the icing is decorated different shades too. Families love to hand out jellybeans or chocolate eggs wrapped in pastel foil to eager young children—plus, there’s dyeing the Easter eggs! These vibrant colors add a joyfulness to the holiday, which is why we bake all our Easter cookies with unique, dazzling designs that taste delicious and are guaranteed to brighten up your day.

Create a new tradition.

In the UK, hot cross buns are eaten as a reminder of Easter’s spiritual significance. In Greece, a distinct braided bread gets baked around a single red painted egg in the center. However you and your family choose to celebrate—like hiding Easter eggs for a big scavenger hunt—the heart of any holiday is the tradition behind it! So surprise a little one with Mr. Easter Bunny himself, divvy up that giant chocolate rabbit, and order an Easter-themed cookie bouquet! No family gathering is complete without a bunch of yummy goodies to share… so why not make cookies your new Easter tradition?

Not only are our Easter cookies colorful, timeless, and delicious; by ordering a cookie bouquet in advance you can save time, energy, and lessen your holiday stress. We’ve got dozens of adorable, buttercream-frosted bunnies, chicks, flowers, and hand-decorated eggs to choose from. So, this year make sure you get the best Easter treats in your basket!

It’s not easy being green—especially for a cookie on St. Patrick’s Day. There are so many ways to flavor and decorate your cookies for this green-hued holiday, we can’t even list them all! But here’s a few of our favorites.

 

Shamrocks

You can’t have an Irish holiday without the iconic shamrock. Cover shamrock-shaped sugar cookies in gooey icing or pipe on a masterpiece with different shades of green. There are plenty of ways to decorate or you can use some of the ideas below to make your shamrock cookie dough green without food coloring.

 

Pot of Gold

Finding the treasure at the end of the rainbow is difficult, but making a pot of gold for yourself is easy when it’s a cookie. Shape, bake and decorate with green icing and gold sprinkles (yellow works too!). Make your cookies 3-D by creating dark chocolate cookie balls and drizzling them with caramel.

 

Chocolate Chip

You can go about a St. Patrick’s Day chocolate chip cookie three different ways. 1) Make the dough green and use regular chocolate chips. 2) Leave the dough natural and use green chocolate chips. 3) Color your dough green and use green chocolate chips! No matter how you do it, you’ll have the most festive cookies on the block.

 

M&M

These little candies are useful for a variety of baking needs, but our favorite is when we stick them into our cookie dough, of course! Only the green M&Ms—it is St. Patty’s Day. Spell out letters or make designs with your M&Ms. Bake a big batch to share with the kids or take to the office. You can’t go wrong with a custom styled cookie!

 

Mint

Mint is a flavor that compliments so many different cookies. Wrap a green mint in a dark chocolate dough and bake. When you bite into it, there’s a fun green surprise in the middle. Add a few drops of spearmint extract to your favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe and you’ve suddenly got mint chocolate chip cookies.

 

Matcha

Tea has long been used as a flavoring for cookies and other baked goods. Its strong aromas and dough-coloring capabilities make it a perfect flavoring to create naturally green cookies. Finding just the right amount of matcha for your recipe is tricky so you may have to make several batches. Don’t worry, I’m sure your family won’t mind eating the rejected ones. They are still cookies, after all.

 

Pistachio

If tea isn’t your favorite, try pistachio. As they say, you can’t have just one…pistachio cookie, that is! Although we’re used to seeing bright green, pistachios won’t color your cookies this way on their own. Add a couple drops of green coloring to your dough or cover in bright green sprinkles to get the St. Patrick’s Day effect.

 

All-Natural Food Coloring

If you prefer your St. Patrick’s Day to be a little more authentic, try going for naturally made food dyes. You can make your own with recipes for both fruit and vegetable-based colors. There are also several brands that sell pre-made natural food coloring in your local stores or online.

 

Any of these cookies will make your tastebuds green with envy (and with icing). Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day the way you celebrate every other holiday—with cookies!

 

Having a long distance Valentine can be tough. You want to get them something that fully conveys how you feel and how much you miss them, but it’s looking like it might be yet another anti-climactic year of sending a gift direct from Amazon. There are better ways to celebrate love! Think outside the box this year and try for something with a more personal touch.

Care Package

Make a care package for your Valentine. If it’s the thought that counts, then it would follow that putting more thought into something counts more. Put effort into your care package and your valentine will appreciate it when they see how well you know them. Nothing says ‘I Love You’ more than a plate of your partner’s favorite cookies. They say that the eyes are the windows to the soul, but that the stomach is the quickest way to a person’s heart. I agree. You can never go wrong with food. Everyone eats, which means your gift will never spoil away on a shelf somewhere gathering dust. Include a big plate of cookies, a photo of the two of you, and anything else your heart desires. Your valentine will love it.

Cookie Delivery Services

Does the oven shudder when you turn it on? Did your last batch of cookies remain unsold at the bake sale? No worries, let someone else make the cookies. Your valentine will understand (especially if they really know you!). Send them a bouquet, box, or even a piping hot plate of fresh baked cookies from the professionals. Choose from dozens of designs and imagine the look on their face as they open the door Valentine’s Day morning to warm cookies and milk. It’s almost as good as waking up on Valentine’s Day to breakfast in bed—if that breakfast were cookies, that is. Even when you can’t be there to bake them yourself, that plate-full of chocolaty love reminds your valentine of how much you care.

Gifts for Others

Does your valentine have kids or a loving furry companion? Include something for them. More than likely the kids were going to help mom or dad eat that glorious cookie bouquet you sent, but why not get them each their own instead? Being recognized individually and not just sharing in someone else’s gift is a great way to earn points with that person. If it’s a dog or cat, send some edible pet cookies to match. If you’re sending a care package, include ingredients for your valentine to bake cookies with their kids. You’re saying to them, even if I can’t be there, I want you to be making happy memories. Your valentine will be sure to find it romantic when you think of others.

There are plenty of cliché gifts to send your valentine – chocolates (melty), flowers (droopy), teddy bear (useless). Send them something they really want. Send them cookies!

P.S. Cookies are a great option, even if you wake up next to your Valentine every day.

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