During the Victorian era, cookies were known as sweet biscuits and were eaten only by paupers, who were forced to substitute rich, hearty tallow with inexpensive sugar. Relish this sweet substitution with today's Groupon: for $12, you get a six-cookie presentation bouquet at Cookie Bouquet (a $25.99 value).
The bakers at Cookie Bouquet construct decorative desserts out of a half-dozen chocolate-chip cookies and colorful foil wrapping, all presented in a long-stem flower box. Baked fresh each day without the use of preservatives, then custom arranged, the birthday bouquet is more edible than a balloon. Holiday arrangements commemorate any denomination's seasonal joy, whereas the Thank You bouquet shows tasty gratitude for a lifetime of presents when left by the chimney with a glass of milk.
Cookie Bouquet crafts delicious edible bouquets of chocolate-chip cookies baked fresh each day. In the Cookie Bouquet kitchen, bakers make treats using high-quality ingredients—following recipes that were not written by tree-dwelling elves—then carefully wrap each one by hand. Next they assemble these individually wrapped biscuits into flowering arrangements, which can be presented in either a crystal vase or a long-stem box. Bouquets can help celebrate a variety of occasions, such as anniversaries, birthdays, and holidays or themed arrangements can make good gifts for anyone from new mothers to motorcycle enthusiasts.