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What You'll Get
Unlike a dozen long-stemmed roses, freshly baked cookies are immortal, produce a pleasant crunch when eaten, and can only be improved when sodden with milk. Send a sugar-coated present with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of baked gifts from Dancing Deer Baking Co.. Shipping is not included with this Groupon, and varies by order total, shipping speed, and region. This deal is valid toward sale items.
The sweets chefs at Dancing Deer bake gourmet goodies from all-natural, kosher ingredients, helping to earn them a list of awards. Order a set of 18 accolade-earning molasses clove cookies ($22.99), eight creamy peanut-butter brownies ($22.99), or one brain-awakening chocolate espresso cake ($19.99), all of which arrive in cheery lime-green gift boxes. A dizzying array of themed presents includes the rose cookie bouquet ($29.99), teeming with 12 pink, yellow, and cream frosted confections, designed to solve many of the problems associated with cookies, including scarcity, rareness, and shortage of cookies.
The tree-hugging owners of Dancing Deer Baking Co. take an eco-friendly approach to the dough business by printing on 100% recycled paper with vegetable ink, minimizing packaging, and eating all of the “rejects” themselves to avoid waste. And, a portion of the profits earned from the Sweet Home Project line of baked goods go to fund educational scholarships for homeless mothers.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 29, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per order. Online only. $30 minimum purchase required. Extra fee for shipping. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Dancing Deer Baking Co.
The Dancing Deer Baking Co. story begins nearly two decades ago, when three Bostonians opened up a small bakery on a busy corner. The trio christened their company after an antique shop run by one of their grandmothers supplied them with a recipe for a dark-gingerbread cake. One afternoon, a food writer from Hollywood stumbled into the shop, hoping to find directions. After tasting one of their cakes, the captivated writer brought the bakery to the attention of the media, and soon their cookies, brownies, and cakes were being lauded by magazines, newspapers, and television programs throughout the country.
Today, Dancing Deer’s boldly colorful packages ship to households across the US and line the shelves of numerous gourmet and specialty retailers. Back at the bakery, chefs continue to whip all-natural, kosher ingredients into decadent cookies, brownies, and cakes. Committed to giving back to their local communities, Dancing Deer owns and operates The Sweet Home Project, which funds direct-action programs to help underprivileged families and the occasional one-legged gingerbread man.