Corso's Cookies Making EASTER Gift Giving Fun

March 21, 2017

For around a year now I have been fascinated with decorated "fancy" cookies. If you follow my blog you know I have ventured into making some cookies from time to time for my family. Boy, let me tell you those cookies are a TON of work! When I reached out to Corso's Cookies to be part of my Easter Gift Guide, I was over the moon they said....YES! Did I mention making these cookies at home are a lot of WORK? Corso's Cookies has cookies for ever occasion. Because they are baked fresh they only ship to the contiguous United States, unfortunately, they do not ship to Hawaii or Alaska. Click here for more shipping information.

Shipping on my cookie bouquet was really fast. It arrived in perfect shape and was very well packaged, down to being lovingly wrapped in bubble wrap. I received the Hoppy Easter Cookie Bouquet and as soon as the box was opened you could smell the cookie goodness. The smell of sugar, vanilla, and royal icing is delightful. The cookies are huge and whimsically cute in design. The cookies are a buttery signature shortbread recipe with just a hint of vanilla and are hand-decorated with a delicious candy-like vanilla royal icing. The cookies are baked fresh daily in Syracuse, NY....can you even begin to imagine how heavenly it smells there? The cookies are soft with that shortbread snap, you can also warm them in the microwave for that fresh out of the oven taste. Each cookie is individually packaged and sealed to keep it fresher longer. There is currently a total of 10 items in their Easter collection. Any of these items would make the sweetest gift idea for sending for Easter.
Corso's Cookies truly has a sweet gift for every occasion check them out today and remember mother's day and fathers day are right around the corner.

We've decorated our extra large and colorful Easter egg, bunny and carrot cookies to make a deliciously unique Easter gift for your friends or family members to enjoy. Choose from a 6 or 9 cookie arrangement.
About them
As a kid growing up in Syracuse, New York, Tina Corso loved baking cookies. She loved creating art, from selling t-shirts to painting clay pots and, of course, decorating cookies to share with friends and family. Being a smart cookie, Tina decided to open a small hand-decorated cookie company in 2001 to blend her passion for baking and art into a business.
From a humble beginning creating uniquely cool, hand-decorated cookie gifts out of her home, her customers were initially attracted by how beautiful the buttery shortbread cookies were decorated, like edible works of art. After tasting them, folks clamored for more and told their friends about Corso's Cookies. In 2008 she got her first order of 200,000 cookies and from there the new business was born. Today we are the largest manufacturer of decorated cookies in North America and ship across the nation!
Corso’s Cookies makes the gift giving experience fun and easy for our customers by providing gifts for every occasion and sending these to their loved one’s gift-packaged. Every cookie is peanut free, kosher, and individually wrapped so mothers can rest assure our cookies are a safe treat for their children! Our cookies are baked with our buttery shortbread cookie recipe and decorated with a delicious vanilla royal icing. Yum!
Our most popular items are our Cookie Bouquets that are a novel twist to a bouquet of flowers. We also have other gifts including cookie gift boxes, gourmet gifts with a variety of decadent desserts, and cookie favors that add a special touch to any party. We take pride in the passion and love that goes into baking our cookies. It makes us happy knowing our cookies put a smile on people’s faces and we truly enjoy providing a fun gift giving experience to our customers.

A disclaimer and disclosure: * We received this product in exchange for a review. We were compensated with product for our reviews, however, all our opinions are our own, based on our personal experience with the product. We are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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