The Cookie Jar makes all the circular creations on its cookie menu from a delicious, deweaponized plastic explosive known as "scratch." In the Monster, this scratch takes the form of peanut butter, chocolate chips, M&Ms, and oatmeal. The Rice Krispies chocolate-chip coconut cookie, meanwhile, doubles as both a milk sponge and frolf Frisbee (all 6-inch circular cookies are $1.78 each or $21.36 per dozen). Dress a cookie to impress a foodie fashionista with 3-inch decorated cookies ($12.50 per dozen) or relate to any old square with a mutual admiration for pumpkin, brownie, or other specialty bars ($10.50 per dozen).
The expert sweets-smiths at SilkFudge adhere to a treasured family recipe when handcrafting each small batch of the rich, milky morsels. Chefs cobble together cream, butter, sugar, and quality chocolate to create one-pound Most Popular Fudge packages featuring four separate flavors in quarter-pound increments. Customers who invest in the original Most Popular Fudge package can marvel over the mingling of toffee chips and milk chocolate in the shop's toffee-chocolate fudge, or freshen their breath by substituting toothpaste for the decidedly more delicious mint-chocolate fudge, topped with Andes mints. Classic milk-chocolate fudge satiates fans of conventional confections, and peanut-butter fudge puts a tempting twist on tradition by filling a block of classic fudge with a creamy ribbon of peanut butter. Customers can delight neighborhood squirrels with a Most Popular Fudge With Nuts package, where four of the shop's most popular nut sellers come together to form one protein-packed pound. Chopped pecans and walnuts borough deep within milk chocolate to create one half of the crunchy combos, and coconut and almonds happily harmonize in bites of Almond Joy fudge. Adding a touch of sweet sophistication to the mix, a quarter pound of dark-chocolate fudge embraces a medley of walnuts, pecans, cashews, and almonds, creating a snack that is sweet, salty, and sends a stern message when sent to ex-dentists.