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*In the Greater Des Moines area, with minimum purchase of two dozen cookies delivered to the same address.
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New Cookie Canisters!
Our cookies are meant to be enjoyed fresh – that’s why we make them to order and deliver them right to your doorstep.
While we can never keep Jay’s Cookies in the house for long, we understand that some of our customers have eyes that are bigger than their stomachs (have you heard about our party trays?).
To help out our sweet-toothed customers, we’ve designed a special cookie canister to make sure your leftover cookies taste just as good as they do fresh out
of our oven.
These airtight, stainless-steel canisters are the perfect way to make sure your gourmet Jay’s Cookies stay fresh.
Each canister holds a gallon (or about two dozen cookies) and features a logo from your favorite cookie bakery.
Buy yours today for $49.95 (plus tax) – each canister comes filled with a dozen of your favorite Jay’s Cookies OR sign up for
an annual Cookie Club membership, and receive a canister free with your first shipment.*
** To qualify for free canister, members must sign up for and prepay an full year membership in the Cookie Club.
WHERE DID RECENT INSPIRATION COME FROM?
One of the most frequent questions we get is, “Where do you get all the ideas for the cookies you make?” The inspiration comes from a whole host of places, but here is where the latest idea came from.
Recently, we hosted a cookie baking contest at the Iowa State Fair and were treated to some very interesting entries, including a recipe for an orange-flavored, frosted cookie. Although this cookie didn’t win any of the awards, we felt that it was unique enough to merit further attention.
We contacted Rick Fleener, who entered the cookie, and asked if he would mind if we worked with the recipe a bit and featured it as the September offering for our Cookie Club members. He agreed and provided us with the original recipe, which was from his grandmother, Dorothy Farmer.