Thursday, November 5, 2009

Holiday Gift Ideas!

First of all, I'm proud to announce that we now have a Cookie of the Month Club package on Etsy. You or a special someone can get one dozen, fresh and delicious cookies every month. Each month, a different flavor will be mailed to you. With this package deal, you'll get the first month's dozen for free! Shipping is included, so no need to hassle with that. Order a Cookie of the Month Club for the SweetTooth in your life.

And now on to our holiday spiely-spiel.

Hello Everyone,
It’s time to start thinking about the Holidays, and the gift giving season is quickly approaching. Will you need gift baskets for your friends and family? How about a platter piled high with cookies for your holiday party? Would you like to show your appreciation for your clients and colleagues with a thank you gift? What better way to show you care than with a box of freshly handmade, local, gourmet cookies!
The Hot Cookie, Indy’s all-natural cookie company, can help you with your holiday gift needs. Our “two-bite” cookies are hand crafted in small batches to insure premium quality. We use only the finest ingredients including local free-range eggs, local honey, local jam, organic butter, organic peanut butter, first-class chocolates such as Guittard and Ghirardelli, Dutch processed cocoa, and Madagascan vanilla to name a few. The cookies are also made WITHOUT preservatives, antibiotics, growth hormones, and aluminum therefore giving them an all-natural seal of approval.
Gift options range from a small box of a dozen cookies to a full blown milk and cookie party. We have options for every budget. Need to mail it? We will ship it for you! With 17 different types of cookies to choose from (see below for a complete list,) we have cookies for everyone’s taste. Order today to reserve your artisan holiday cookies!

With sugar on top,
Sarah Richcreek and Karli Kujawa, owners of The Hot Cookie
The Hot Cookie, LLC: as seen in NUVO,, The Muncie Star Press, and Indy Magazine.
(765) 749-3285

-The Antioxidant Oatmeal dough loaded with plump blueberries, Ghirardelli dark chocolate, & topped with a pecan
-Black Forest Rich fudge dough filled with melted Belgian chocolate & cherries; rolled in walnuts
-Coffee Coins Decadent coffee and chocolate swirled dough, baked to chewy perfection and drizzled with coffee icing
-The Dirty Hippie Cocoa and oat based cookie loaded with Ghirardelli dark chocolate chips and almond with hints of cinnamon. Vegan-friendly!
-Double Fudge Decadent fudge dough filled with melted Belgian dark chocolate & topped with a Guittard milk chocolate chip
-Ginger Spice Bites A crisp, flavorful cookie packed with ginger, cinnamon, cloves and molasses. This cookie is gluten-free!
-Jagerdoodles Our “drunken” cookie. Snickerdoodle meets Jagermeister (a German liquor) in this spicy treat.
-Lemon Tarragon Sables Fresh tarragon from the garden and organic lemon, a refreshing cookie that is great paired with tea.
-Oatmeal Black Currant A spin on Grandma’s signature cookie, made with black currants and cinnamon.
-Oatmeal Peanut Butter Oatmeal dough is filled with all-natural peanut butter & crushed peanut pieces. Vegan-friendly!
-Peanut Butter Buttons An all-natural take on Mom’s classic featuring all-natural peanut butter and local honey
-Peanut Butter Cups Dough made with all-natural peanut butter cups a square of rich Belgian dark chocolate
-St. Louis Specials Traditional St. Louis coffee cake in cookie form. A light & fluffy mix of cream cheese and vanilla
-Sea Salt Chocolate Chunk Two kinds of Belgian chocolate roughly chopped to maximize the chocolaty goodness, sprinkled with sea salt for a sophisticated taste of sweet and salty.
-Thumbelinas Almond shortbread thumbprint filled with Indiana organic raspberry preserves; topped with almond icing
-Toffee Shortbread Bites Vanilla shortbread squares layered with toffee & drizzled with Belgian dark chocolate
-White Chocolate Cranberry Sugar dough is filled with tart cranberries & sweet Ghiradelli white chocolate chips; flavored with a hint of Brazilian rum.

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