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Mother's Day Event #12 David's Cookies!

Hello Neighbors!

What a nice day it is today.  Last night we played Volley Ball and then went inside and had some Craft Time! Anybody knows that you need snacks at craft time. That is where David's Cookies comes in.  They sent me one of their tins of Brownies.  So yummy!

Here is a little bit about David's Cookies... "In 1979, David Liederman was a top chef in New York City. At the time, boutique cookie shops along the West Coast were everywhere and the smell of fresh baked, chocolate chip cookies could be smelled for miles. 

Chef David had the brilliant idea to bring this California trend back East, and the first David’s Cookies store was born in the heart of Manhattan. Passersby quickly fell in love with his funny shaped cookies, which were always oven fresh and loaded with heaping chunks (not chips) of chocolate. Chef David, trained in the finest French culinary academies, began mixing and tasting; using only the finest, all natural, ingredients - pure vanilla, butter, Swiss chocolate and whole nuts, he achieved his anticipated result; a uniquely delicious cookie that looked and tasted “just like mamma made!”  The company was an immediate success and David’s brand of fresh baked cookies became well known throughout the Northeast and across the country. Even his name created a huge following and Davids everywhere ate up his cookies to gain one of the coveted David’s cookie tins. The delicious recipes won many awards, including the NY Newsday Cookie Award for the Best Chocolate Chunk Cookie. By the mid 1980’s, David’s Cookies was an international franchise with over 250 cookie shops throughout the world.  With rising operating costs in the 1980s, many David’s Cookies storefronts closed down. The company was purchased by Fairfield Gourmet Foods Corp - a New Jersey based gourmet dessert company who rejuvenated the David’s brand by introducing these high quality cookies and frozen cookie dough into the food service and co-branding industries. Then, in the late 1990s, the company took the next step and made an online cookie store. Today, David’s Cookies is the leading provider of fresh baked cookies on the Internet, and continues to win awards including getting voted one of Good Housekeeping Magazine’s 10 Best Mail-order Goodies for Giving (or Serving), December 2007 for their mini cheesecake selections. The David’s Cookies brand is also growing by leaps and bounds in the corporate gifting industry, with new additions to their cookie gift basket selection, giant message cookies and other great gift ideas."
I pulled these out last night for Craft Time.  EVERYBODY wanted one.  They come in a Red David's Cookies Tin.  You can re-use the tine when the brownies are gone.  And believe me, they won't last long!

Can you tell she likes them?!?!

When you open the tin there are brownies with waxed paper between them.  And they smell good too!

Don't they look good?!? David's Cookies also carries some other items that would make great Mother's Day Gifts.  Their Summer Beach Bucket is nice and so is their All Occasion Copper Bucket.

So yummy!

One Neighbor will receive a $20 GC for David's Cookies!  YAY!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a Tin of brownies from David's Cookies.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

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latanya t said…
I would get the caramel chocolate pecan cheesecake
Shelly Peterson said…
I would give the G.C to my mom
Patricia N said…
I'd like to have the Fresh Baked Decadent Cookies - for myself!
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Marisa said…
The Fresh Baked Decadent Cookies Assortment sounds amazing!
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ShellyH said…
I would use it words this item & pay the difference. Yummy!
redfuzzycow said…
i like the Cookie Brownie Party Pack - 5 Lb. Tin
scottsgal said…
chocolate chip cookies yummm
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1porkchop said…
I m,ay have to put it towards the Cookies & Cream Cheesecake
Momma Told Me said…
I'd probably give this to my mom for mothers day!
Rusthawk said…
That Triple Chocolate Cheesecake looks delicious!
I like the 1-lb. tin of fresh baked cookies
Karen Joyce said…
I would give the GC to my mom :)
Anne N. said…
Cookies & Cream Cheesecake looks good, my mom would like the GC.
Giveaway Lady said…
The Cherry Cheesecake looks delicious! Thanks for the giveaway!

The Lady Bug Wine Bag would make a wonderful gift - and while I'm tempted by Cookie Brownie Party Pack - after I took a peek at David's Cheesecakes.... I just can't decide between the Cherry, Blueberry and the irresistible (to us chocoholics!) Triple Chocolate Cheesecake...

(Jesselyn A/Jesstinger)
Oops - forgot to include my FB name on the LIKE David's Cookies on FB - Jesselyn Andersyn -

(Jesselyn A/Jesstinger)
I love the Lady Bug Wine Box and I would treat my family

Thank you for hosting this giveaway

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michedt said…
I'd love to get the Fresh Baked Cookies 2 lb. Tin.

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