Gift giving can sometimes be monotonous. Trying to come up with the perfect gift for that special someone that will make them feel special is hard. Sweet Andy’s Cookies are the perfect gift for everyone on your list, be it mom, dad or even a co-worker. Sweet Andy’s Cookies can be shipped anywhere in the U.S. for a price you cannot beat.
Sweet Andy’s Cookies began when CEO Andy left the world of big finance on Wall Street to pursue a more fulfilling life. It was a struggle and he needed the help of many friends and family along the way. As a thank you, Andy decided to bake the best cookie he could come up with. Andy’s cookies were so well received by his peers that he decided God had inadvertently shown him the path to a fulfilling life. Now Andy bakes 12 different varieties of cookies using only the finest ingredients along with a little love. Today Andy’s shop, located in Hampton, NY, is shipping these bundles of goodness all over the country.
I was given the opportunity to review Sweet Andy’s Cookies for myself. I was given my choice of any 6 bags of cookies, which typically retails for $35.95 and can be shipped for free anywhere in the country. I chose Chocolate Chip, Mint Chocolate Chip, Sugar (cause those are Jake’s favorite), Triple Chip, Lemon (cause those are my favorite) and White Chocolate with Macadamia Nuts. The box arrived via UPS within 48 hours.
The cookies are packaged 5 to a bag, but let me be clear, these cookies are huge. Each one is a meal in itself. They were super fresh, like they had just been baked. Each cookie was loaded with big chips. You know how when you make cookies at home and you can taste a huge difference between what you make and what you buy at the store? Sweet Andy’s Cookies are like the ones you make at home. Each bite is a perfect blend of salt, flour, butter and sugar…heaven.
There truly were too many cookies in this package for just me and Jake, actually that’s not true, I could have eaten every one the same day the box came, but would have been 20 pounds heavier for having done so. Instead I decided to take them to work and share them with the office. Everyone went goofy for them. I actually got a call from one of the wives telling me that her husband insisted she try to duplicate the recipe at home. Sorry, only Andy knows for sure how his special “Thank You” cookies are made.
To place your order of Sweet Andy’s Cookies visit them at www.sweetandyscookies.com, or visit them on Facebook and Twitter. Right now, Andy is giving one of my lucky readers a 6 pack box of cookies just in time for Easter. Simply go to their website and come back to tell me what your favorite Andy’s Cookies would be.
*I received media sample. All opinions are my own.