The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, but to make it that far you have to be disguised as baked goods. Infiltrate affection with today's deal: for $10, you get $20 worth of cookies, cakes, and gift baskets at Marty's Cookies in West Bloomfield. In 2009 The Detroit News made Marty's a swirling landmark by rating it the best cinnamon roll in Detroit.
Marty's creations are certifiably kosher and have no artificial ingredients. Choose from more than a dozen custom creations from the cookie gallery, ranging from the progressively futuristic chocolate chip ($1.75 each) to the signature chocolate drizzle cookie ($3.50 each). Before you trade your cow for an unenchanted bean, stock up on milk for cookie-tray acquisition; serve 8–12 people with a 60-cookie assortment for $37.99. Foolish lovers don't have to give flowers to apologize; give cookie bouquets—six long-stem cookies lovingly wrapped in a rose box sealed with ribbons, bows, and blown kisses ($39.99).
The days of softening sticks of salted or unsalted butter, inadvertently eating raw egg, and burning your cookie grabbers grabbing hot cookies off pans, plates, and electrified cookie jars have gone into that hard, stale past where philosophers sleep. Marty's cookies solve many of the problems associated with cookies, including scarcity, rareness, and shortage of cookies. With Mother's Day around the corner and Flag Day approaching at an excruciatingly slow pace, call on Marty's, who will happily provide the gifted touch of sweetness.
- Perfect! Heavenly! These are the very best and they're not traditional but that's OK because they are fabulous. Rich. Wonderful caramel flavor and not too sweet. Ooey gooey with lots of cinnamon. There's butter in every bite. – Judith Harris Solomon and Detroit News Taste Panel
- This is a great place to pick up a cookie, but it is even better because you can order trays of cookies which make fun gifts. For those interested, Marty's is certified kosher. – Susan D., Insider Pages