Miso-pecan, salted chocolate chip or chai-fig-speculoos: the cookies that Cookie Casa bakes do not only come in great flavors, they are also delivered to your home (even through the letterbox!). Exactly what we need in times of lockdown and… with serious cookie cravings in general.
Perhaps the most striking thing about Cookie Casa is that fantastic holographic box in which the cookies are delivered. But the flavors of the cookies are also eye-catching (Culy’s Winnie has already tasted and officially approved them).
There are ten different flavors each month, ranging from Pretzel with Espresso, Oatmeal, Digestive and Chips (yep, you’ll find this all in one cookie) to the ‘Lemon Poppy’ with grated lemon zest, coconut and poppy seeds. And if it’s party time, order the cheerful ‘Birthday Sprinkle’ with cornflakes, caramel and white chocolate.
2020 style cookie company
The cookies are baked by the Amsterdam Lauren de Vries. She already made cool handmade cakes under the name Casa de Pastel. She thought it was about time for a 2020-style cookie company.
So expect cookies that are crunchy but also nice and soft and chewy, sent by post. And let’s face it: you just want to have such a holographic box with cookies, ehhh, give it as a gift?
You can order the cookies per 4, 8 or 12 pieces. The four of them fit through the letterbox. You choose the flavors yourself. If you are officially addicted, you can even take out a cookie subscription at Cookie Casa.
And if you prefer to roll up your sleeves yourself, you can also order DIY cookie kits with all ingredients and recipe.
For more information or to order the cookies, visit www.cookie.casa.
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