Thursday, January 7, 2010

Scrumptulicious Cookies Review and Giveaway

I love cookies! I definitely got my cookie fix over the holidays as my mother in law and oldest daughter got together and made a good assortment of different cookies for all of us. A couple of months ago, I got a chance to review a delicious assortment of cookies from a little Etsy shop by the name of Scrumptulicious by Ink and Paper Arts (I love the name!). They have a unique and truly wonderful selection of cookies that are sure to give your taste buds a jolt. Scrumptulicious by Ink and Paper Arts sent me a generous couple of sampler boxes of some of the flavors available. There was some truly to die for Lemon Blueberry Shortbread cookies that were my absolute favorites. These cookies had big pieces of juicy blueberries combined with the lemon in the shortbread that made these stand out all on their own. Needless to say, I didn't share these cookies with anyone as I normally would! The oldest doesn't like blueberries anyway! I also got a chance to try the Cranberry White Chocolate Shortbread cookies and these I did share. These were really good and full of flavor and the shortbread recipe that is used is definitely melt in your mouth and buttery. There were a few more other flavors too like and Almond Shortbread cookies sprinkled with sugar that was absolutely yummy and Snickerdoodles, which my grandmother made all of the time. Scrumptulicious makes a great Snickerdoodle too! These cookies are so good and so affordable that you can head on over and pick up some for yourself, your mother and friends.

Scrumpulicious by Ink and Paper Arts is an artisan bake shop specializing in unique, hand crafted baked goods. Baked in small batches, their sophisticated yet simple treats will satisfy everything from an afternoon sweet tooth to an elegant event. They use the finest natural, organic and seasonal ingredients available because they want to provide their customers with the freshest, most delicious and most unique treats. Scrumptulicious bakes everything to order and pays special attention to those with special diets and food allergies.

The personal story behind these cookies is one to warm your heart. The wonderful owner Kristin of this great little Etsy shop is in a fight against kidney disease that is affecting her husband. To cope with all of the rising medical bills and such, they started selling Chocolate Chip Cookies, the orders kept coming in and now they have expanded. To read their courageous story head over here:

Prices for these Scrumptulicious cookies are $12.00 a dozen. For more information and to check out her many varieties head over HERE

Kristen and Scrumptulicious would love to give TWO of my very lucky Mommy2TwoGirls a sampler box of her delicious cookies.

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Giveaway will end on Friday 1/22 at 7 pm EST. Winners will be chosen using and emailed as well as posted here on my blog. Winners will have 48 hours to respond before new winners are chosen. Open to US residents ONLY! Special thanks to everyone at Scrumptulicious for sponsoring this giveaway. GOOD LUCK!
Disclosure-I received no monetary compensation for this review, only free cookies provided to me by Scrumptulicious in exchange for my honest opinions. The words expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way.


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