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Corso's Cookies started out of Tina Hess' home in 2001. In 2008 she got her first huge order of 200,000 cookies and from their the new business was born. Now the company has grown so much that they have a gift for every occasion. They take pride in the passion and love that goes into baking their cookies.
They have a variety of gift items for all occasions. They have gift bouquets, gift boxes, and party favors. What's great about these items is that they come already presentable as a gift. Making it super easy for the customer. Their bouquets come either as a 6-Cookie or 9-Cookie Bouquet and come on a cardboard stand so it can be used as a display. Their gift boxes also come gift ready as well in a gift box with pretty crinkle paper. Lastly, their party favors are great to hand out as goodies or display on a cookie tray at parties and other events. To learn more about Corso's Cookies visit their website here.
I am so excited to have recently learned about Corso's Cookies and share with all of you. The company reached out to me and sent me a Valentine's Day Cookie Bouquet. When my cookie bouquet arrived, I was pleasantly surprised by how adorable the presentation was. The bouquet was very cute with iced cookies shaped and decorated into hearts and owls. A perfect Valentine's Day bouquet for anyone.
The best thing about these cookies is they are free of peanuts and tree-nuts. I can certainly find peanut and nut free cookies nowadays at the grocery store, but these are a great option because this is the first of its kind that would be safe for our family. Prior to having kids, I often ordered cookie bouquets from another popular cookie bouquet company, however, once food allergies entered my world, I completely stopped ordering from this place. I absolutely loved those cookies too, but they were not peanut and nut free and were no longer a safe choice for our family.
These Corso's Cookies are delicious and I couldn't stop eating them. They are baked with a buttery shortbread recipe and decorated with vanilla royal icing. I also love that these are individually wrapped with an expiration date. The cookies I received were dated to be good until December 2018. Usually these types of cookies do not have a very long shelf life, so I really like that these last for a while. Unfortunately, I could not refrain from having one every day and they are now gone, but others with more restraint will like that they last long and there's no need to freeze them in order to preserve.