Two-Dozen Cookies or a Cookie Party Tray from E.E. Cookies (Up to $70 Value)

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In a Nutshell

  • Handmade in small batches
  • Inventive twists on traditions
  • Manhattan delivery or nationwide shipping included

The Fine Print

Expires Apr 27th, 2011. Limit 2/person, may buy 1 add'l as gift. Limit 1 per order. Party tray valid only for delivery w/in Manhattan to offices and addresses with doorman. Two-dozen cookies valid for nationwide shipping. Not valid with other offers. Shipping incl'd. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Cookies complement a glass of milk the way a fine cheese complements a glass of wine or a Hot Pocket complements a glass of bitter tears. Dine on delectable dairy-sponges with today's Groupon, which gets you your choice of cookie orders from e.e. cookies:

  • For $27, you get two-dozen cookies (a $50 value) with free nationwide shipping
  • For $33, you get a 10-person party tray (roughly three-dozen cookies; a $70 value) with free Manhattan delivery to any office or building with a doorman

e.e. cookies bakes small batches of handmade delights using the highest-quality ingredients. After searching New York for the best cookie and finding them wanting, owner Kori Stanton decided to craft her own delicious crisps. Load your dozen "standard metric Mom rewards" with inventive all-stars such as the mint chocolate chunk cookie, filled with pieces of mint cream coated in dark chocolate. Rich peanut butter cookies peppered with Reese's pieces and miniature peanut butter cups give lonely lads an even sweeter way to lure stray E.T.'s into the house. Cocoa zealots, meanwhile, can get their fix with the cherry-filled dark chocolate chunk—or overdose on the triple chocolate chip with pecans cookies, which smuggle two-and-a-half pounds of milk, semi-sweet, and dark chocolates inside their warm, doughy exteriors. Each month also features a new limited flavor such as October's pumpkin whoopie pie, which sandwiches cream cheese, powdered sugar, and vanilla-bean frosting between two cake-like cookies.

Under the assumption that chemicals are better used to clean Erlenmeyer flasks than stomachs, e.e. cookies makes its Brit-biscuits with all-natural products including raw sugar, cage-free eggs, and unbleached flour. The cookies have been featured as a "Snack of the Day" on the Rachael Ray show, earning it one of 365,000 nominations for "Snack of the Millennium." Secret a stash of sweet circles for yourself with today's Groupon, or order the cookie tray and cheer up coworkers after their latest defeat at the hands of the SuperFriends.

Reviews

e.e. cookies has a perfect five-star average from eight Yelpers:

  • Um yum. Now keep these things away from me. I'm serious. Next thing you know I'll be at the weigh-in on America's Biggest Loser sobbing about how it all started when Kori brought me some cookies. – Jane K.
  • These cookies are fantastic! – Christina P.