What You'll Get
Before the invention of currency, ancient humans bartered for goods using fresh-baked cookies decorated with useless gold coins. Today's Groupon honors our specie's oldest moneys with $10 worth of homemade cookies and sweets from Donna's Gourmet Cookies for $5. Stop into Donna's shop on Montgomery Road for the edible, doughy pacifiers that can bring unity and civility to even the rowdiest goblin horde.
Donna's Gourmet Cookies has specialized in handmade treats for 25 years without ever once depending on preservatives or artificial flavors to articulate its cookies's cookishness. Sample Donna's classic recipe offerings, such as the overloaded and always-reliable chocolate chip, snickerdoodle, macadamia white chocolate, and the everything (white and dark chocolate chips, milk-chocolate pieces, pecans, and coconut), $1.25 each or 6 for $6.50 . For something a bit more decadent, specialty cookies include the chocolate-kissed coconut macaroon or the turtle (a milk-chocolate chunk cookie topped with creamy caramel, a dollop of Belgian milk chocolate, and pecans), $1.50 each or 6 for $9. Donna's also bakes a variety of brownies and bars ($1.50 each, 6 for $9), cupcakes ($1.50–$1.75 each), and seasonal cookies.
Because one cookie has always been the standard metric award for human achievement, be it getting a gold star in spelling or uniting Asia's nomadic tribes into an empire that encompasses most of the known world, you may only buy one Groupon for Donna's Gourmet Cookies.
This Groupon is good for pick-up orders only.
- I'm not a baker and can't really decipher why her cookies are so fabulous, except I know she uses excellent (if not the healthiest) ingredients -- pure butter, real vanilla, and so on...if you want to know whether her cookies (and brownies, bars, croissants and quiches) are worth the calories--that would be a YES – Pama Mitchell, Healthy Foodies
- You may even be able to share a cookie due to its size (but you won't want to because it's that good). Chocolate Chip Pecan is also a must-try – Caroline C., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 1, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. In-store purchases only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.