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Reviewed March 25, 2013
Reviewed October 14, 2012
What You'll Get
Introducing sweet, chocolate-studded morsels to charitable goodness creates a happy couple that can't wait to take a honeymoon in your mouth. Play host to a decadent getaway with today's deal: for $20, you get $45 toward cookies and sweets of your choosing from Feed Your Soul Cookies. Your Groupon does not cover shipping, but does cover an edible birthday present that isn't a canary, a well-earned self-indulgent reward, or ammo for an upcoming cookie fight.
Feed Your Soul bakes a variety of savory flavors, the most popular being white-chocolate snickerdoodle, mint-chocolate chip, chocolate-chip graham, honey oatmeal-raisin, oatmeal chocolate chunk, and chunky peanut butter. Pick up a dozen cookies of your favorite flavor ($15) or get a two-dozen mixed mix, perfectly packaged for presenting ($35). There are even non-cookie sweets like a dozen Rice Crispy treats ($20) or a dozen seriously chocolate brownies ($27). The wide variety of edible mail orders are great for any occasion. Best of all, you won’t feel guilty gorging because these dough delights are as good as they taste: a portion of proceeds will be donated to the charity of your choice.
Feed Your Soul’s all-natural cookies nourish your mind, traditionally the fourth-hungriest body part. Tucked into each box is some food for thought in the form of a proverb, message, or final score of an upcoming sports game. Unlike the impersonal numbers printed on your fortune cookies, these little verbal mantras will give you something to really digest. Multi-taskers will love the fact these prolific sweets simultaneously fuel the mind, stomach, and heart.
Five Yelpers give the cookies three stars:
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 24, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Shipping within the US only, shipping not included. Credit card information required. Not valid with other offers. Redeemable starting 2/27/10. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.