Homemade sugar cookies, custom decorated with royal icing for every holiday, occasion, and event.
Please be sure to order your cookies early. My calendar fills up quickly. I can only accept a set number of orders per week. The earlier we get started on finalizing the details, the greater your chance of scoring an opening. Your order is not "placed" until payment is received.
Your cookies may not match exactly a photo you've found online or even on my website. Please allow this cookie artist a little freedom. Thank you!
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form with as much detail as possible - date needed, celebration/event, design ideas (these can be pictures), quantity, color scheme, platter or individually bagged favors, etc. We'll discuss the details and you'll receive a price quote if I'm available to take your order.
Dozen Minis - $24
Small - $3.50 -$4 ($42 - $49 per dzn)
Medium - $5 -$6 each ($60 - $72 per dzn)
Large/Detailed - $6 - $8 each ($72 - $96 per dzn)
Each cookie order is made over a two to three day period - one day for mixing, cutting, baking. One day for decorating. The third day for additional details (if needed) and dry time (at least 8 hours). I bake as close to your needed date as possible. Once your cookies are bagged up, they'll stay beautifully fresh for up to two weeks.
Your order is not placed until payment is received.
Deposits and Payments are non-refundable.
Orders are final.
My cookies contain wheat, milk (butter), and egg. Though my basic sugar cookies do not contain nuts, they are baked in a kitchen that does use nuts as an ingredient. Some of my ingredients are prepared and packaged using machines that may come into contact with Wheat/Gluten, Eggs, Dairy or Dairy Products, Peanuts, Tree Nuts, and Soy.
Storing Decorated Cookies:
Sugar cookies have a long shelf life. They stay fresh for up to two weeks when kept in favor bags or an air-tight container at room temperature. Keep them out of direct sunlight. The sun can fade the colors.
Sugar cookies freeze beautifully for a future occasion, to hand out singly to customers, etc.
If you do decide to freeze: Place individually bagged cookies into a freezer zip bag, then into a plastic air-tight container. Place the container into the freezer.
Defrosting: Remove container from Freezer. Leave it untouched until cookies are room temperature. Do not expose cookies to air while they are cold. Condensation will appear on cold cookies that are not wrapped, ruining the icing.