I got my package a couple of days later, allowing for an extra day delay because it had to go through our shipping department’s timeline and process. This month’s treat were 3 different flavors of “Let’s Kiss and Make Up Cookies”. From Happy Endings Bakeshop’s Facebook page, the descriptions are:
1) Peanut Butter: PB cookie with Chocolate Truffle Hershey's Kiss, dark chocolate drizzle, and topped with powdered peanut butter.
2) Red Velvet: Red velvet cookie with Hershey's Hugs, white and dark chocolate drizzle, and topped with a red crystal-white chocolate-raspberry sugar mixture.
3) Mexican Hot Chocolate: Spicy Mexican Hot Chocolate cookie with Caramel Hershey's Kiss, white chocolate drizzle, and topped with cinnamon sugar and a dash of cayenne pepper.
You might want to read those descriptions again and let your mouth water accordingly. Even beyond the goodness of the actual cookies – and yes, they were delicious – the packaging was really cute as you can tell from the pictures. There were 6 cookies in the package, 2 of each kind and each individually packaged and stickered. You might think $15 for 6 cookies is expensive and if you were going to make 6 cookies yourself, it wouldn't cost you $15. But when you factor in the careful packaging and shipping cost, this is rather reasonable. It’s meant to be a “treat”, not a full-on dessert course so I feel like I got my money’s worth.
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