Delight your inner child, outer taste buds, and the wicker-enjoyment center of the brain with a big wicker basket of fresh-baked sweet delights tied up with a colorful bow. For $25, today's Groupon buys you a basket of two dozen gourmet cookies and one specially decorated cookie from Cookies in Bloom, a $47 value.
Your extra special almond-sugar cookie will be decorated with buttercream icing with the theme of your choice. When you call to order your basket of goodies, let Cookies in Bloom know if the basket is commemorating a birthday, a graduation, a baby shower, a bar mitzvah, or a moderately successful trip to the car wash. If you have any special gourmet cookie flavor requests or instructions (flavor requests not guaranteed), let the staff know and they'll do their best to fulfill them. Then come by to pick up your bundle of cookiejoy.
A basket of tasty cookies makes the ideal gift for teachers, mail carriers, those allergic to cupcake bouquets, and a loved one on whose good side you would like to remain. Buy yourself this basket of delicious sweetness and appear magnanimous by sharing a cookie or two with your colleagues, your significant other, or a room full of your colleagues' significant others.
Note: This deal is good for pick-up only. Delivery available for extra charge. Cookies in Bloom is offering a special $10 flat-rate fee for anywhere in the DFW area.
- We received an arrangement form Cookies in Bloom as a gift. I thought that it was personal and very creative. Not to mention delicious once we could bring ourselves to eat it. – Amber L., Insider Pages
- I have used Cookies in Bloom several times, and I have yet to have a bad experience. I've used them for business and personal arrangements, and the product is always fantastic. – CookieMonster826, Citysearch
- It is such a unique and special gift to give someone... or just order a few cookies for yourself! :-) I have done some really cute kid's favors for parties. – cathycm, Citysearch
Your Inner Child vs. The Real You
Cookies are the perfect treat to awaken your inner child: the wide-eyed, always-optimistic little you that lives inside your brain. Here’s how your inner child would react to some common life occurrences:
Inner Child: Wee! I love cookies! They are sweet!
Real You: I have to check with my doctor before I eat sweets.
Inner Child: Yea! Recess all the time!
Real You: Uh oh, Carol is not going to be happy about this.
Carol Kicking You Out
Inner Child: Now I can sleep over at friends’ houses!
Real You: Hey, Denny, can I crash ‘til things blow over with Carol?
Denny Being Arrested
Inner Child: Denny, why were you being a bad boy?
Real You: Officer, I’ll talk for immunity. I want a lawyer. Don’t tell Carol.
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