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REVIEW: Valentine Heart Shaped Cookies from Smiley Cookie!



Need some cookies for Valentine's Day?  I personally don't need a holiday to eat a dozen cookies. :)  We tried out these heart shaped cookies and my family made lots of "mmmmmmm" noises.  Smiley Cookie bakes them fresh with pure ingredients and will ship them right to your door.


A dozen valentine day cookies cost $13.99 and you can use code BLOG10 to get 10% off!  We all enjoyed them and were happy with how soft they were.  I also really liked the icing and my kids really liked the smiley faces. :)  We all agreed that receiving this package at our door was the best thing that happened that day.
Oh and ALL of the cookies were gone by the end of the day so I have no idea how long they stay fresh :):)


Smiley Cookie also has Valentines day Gift Baskets with their quality cookies.  From the Website: "Got your heart in your mouth? So do we, because a heart sugar cookie is the best way to get a taste of love’s ultimate temptation.

Made fresh daily with artistry and simple, pure ingredients, each Smiley Cookie and heart Smiley Cookie is hand-iced — the originals in white with our classic colored smiles, and the hearts in pink with a delicate white face — a heart-to-resist combination.

We then package each heart shaped Smiley Cookie and original Smiley cookie fresh as can be for delivery to whomever you choose. So whether you’re looking a way to initiate a heart-to-heart, or simply to send a heart-warming message, the heart Smiley Cookies in our Heart-to-Beat Combo are the answer — loved by one and all!"

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