Back when the snickerdoodle and the Thin Mint were nothing more than dance crazes, sock-hopping teens secretly wished for tiny candied Frisbees to complement their moves. Wishes do come true with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of cookies, tarts, brownies, and more from David's Cookies. This deal is redeemable online for delivery and shipping is not included.
Since 1979, David's Cookies has used home-grown recipes to conjure freshly baked treats from all-natural ingredients, adding its own twists such as replacing chocolate chips with rich, hearty choco-chunks. David's signature cookies come in tasty variations including peanut butter, macadamia with white chip, oatmeal raisin, and more—all of which mingle, network, and flirt inside the assorted one-pound tin ($24.95). As the holidays silently creep up behind us, regale friends, family, and secret family with a decadent gift of assorted mini-cheesecakes, which burst with flavors such as black forest, turtle, and cappuccino ($44.95 for 12 pieces). David's can also defuse sweet teeth before their timer reaches zero with original crumb cake ($19.95), fruit-packed tarts, cream-cheese-dough rugelach, and scones.
- We all agree that the Brownies are divine. Big enough for two servings each, there's a flavor to satisfy the brownie conesuer [sic] in everyone. My favorite is the Macaroon Brownie, a dark, rich chocolate with a yummy toasted-coconut topping. The boys loved the Blondies and hubby has yet to share the last Rocky Road brownie. – Rural Mom
- I was sent a Fresh Baked Cookies 1 lb. Tin for review and boy was it delicious. My family swarmed around me when I opened it, I had a hard time with sharing as, I explained to them that I had to try each one at least. They were all fabulous. They arrived in tact, and were very well packaged. – A Mom's Rantings
Holidays, anniversaries, graduations, birthdays—name an occasion, and chances are, David’s Cookies has a treat to match. By the mid 1980s, David’s Cookies had become an international presence, with more than 250 shops around the world doling out fresh batches of cookies, brownies, cheesecakes, and other baked goods. Instead of promoting a chocolate chip cookie to the United Nations, the company maintains that global reach via the web, where visitors can browse David’s vast inventory by the types of treats they want or the type of occasion they’re celebrating.