Cookies

cook•ie [koo k-ee] – noun. pl. cook•ies

  1. small and usually flat, made from sweetened dough.
  2. the most effective “study food” in the midst of exam season.
  3. not just for the holiday season.
  4. milk’s best friend.

There’s no denying that feeling of contentment when biting into a good old fashioned cookie. Whether you like them soft and chewy or satisfyingly crisp, cookies have always been loved for their versatility. Cookies are the ideal comfort food / favour for guests at your special event / contribution to your holiday potluck / token of apology after a misunderstanding / no-clean-up dessert / you get the idea…