*Prices and discounts are exclusive of applicable shipping charges and taxes. Discounted price is reflected in the price shown on each gift. Offer available online and by phone. Items may vary and are subject to availability, delivery rules and times. Offers not valid on previous purchases and orders submitted through the Business Gift Service Department and/or logo customized product. Offers cannot be combined with any other order level promotion and are subject to restrictions and limitations. Offer valid through 11:59 pm EDT 10.27.14. Prices and charges are subject to change without notice. Void where prohibited.
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For over 30 years, Cheryl's gourmet cookies and desserts, especially our famous buttercream cookies have been great to share with family and friends. With easy cookie delivery across the United States, no matter where your friends, family, or business partners may live, it’s easy to send cookie gifts to deliver a smile.
Along with our famous $5 cookie card , we have an amazing variety of different types of cookies; oatmeal raisin cookies, frosted buttercream hearts cookies, mint chocolate chip cookies, peanut butter cookies, white macadamia chip cookies, chocolate chocolate chip cookies, lemon burst cookies, frosted chocolate caramel pecan cookies, frosted pumpkins cookies, and snickerdoodle cookies.
Cookies are baked fresh; we guarantee the quality, freshness, and presentation of our gifts. If you're not 100% satisfied, we'll do what it takes to make it right.
Explore the Cheryl's website and find your favorite and start creating your own cookie recipes.
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