what’s new?

WOAH! i have been whipping up a storm over here… trying to figure out new holiday boxes for your shipping delights!

so far, here are my offerings:

shippable cookie boxes –
$30 for a dozen mini cookies
πŸž„ classics holiday box – pistachio white chocolate chip, black pepper vanilla shortbread, stay salty pretzel bittersweet chocolate, double chocolate crinkle with espresso (sorry, no caramel for this one)
πŸž„ wild one holiday box – raspberry sumac snickerdoodle, chewy pumpkin dulcey, seeded tahini sable, fluffernutter cookies
πŸž„ gluten free holiday box – girlfriend oatmeal raisin, cardamom hearts, cornmeal calendula thumbprints, double chocolate hazelnut cookies
πŸž„ vegan holiday box – russian tea cakes, double chocolate hazelnut cookies, buckwheat chai snickerdoodles, and cardamom heartsl

ocal pies – $40 for pickup or delivery in the twin cities area
πŸž„ spiced sweet potato with house marshmallows
πŸž„ apple cranberry with ginger and walnut crumble
πŸž„ chess pie with spiced rum whipped cream

place your orders today!
the cookie boxes are limited to 24 total, so once they’re gone they’re gone. if you’re interested, get your order in fast! makes a sweet little gift for loved ones who you might not get to see in person this year.

if you’re interested in regular dozens and half dozens of the new cookie varieties, i’m so happy to do that too. just let me know in your order inquiry that you’re interested in trying the new stuff, although i’m thinking if it sticks it will probably make its way onto the winter menu.

as far as continuing to ship goods, i’ve decided after a test run to make miso caramels available for shipping. they’re $7 a dozen and a lot of fun even when they aren’t enrobed in chocolate crinkle cookie. i’m also looking to expand my shipping menu to include pound cake and coffee cake. fingers crossed! this coffee cake in particular is my all-time favorite christmas morning treat so it would be a joy to make it available for you all.

take care!
-s

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