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#Halloween Cookies to Make You Smile! @SmileyCookie


Smiley Cookies. The name just makes you happy, right? Us too!




I'm kind of a cookie gourmet, queen of the cookie eaters, if you will. Cookies are my weak spot. Well, that and cinnamon rolls but we'll save that for another day. OK, yes, chocolate cake as well but that's beside the point here. *deep breath* So, you might say I've seen a cookie or two in my day. I love the concept of Smiley Cookies with their cute little smiling faces just begging to brighten your day for a moment. I also love Halloween so you can imagine my delight to find Halloween Cookies with smiles in my mailbox!


12 little hand iced Jack O Lantern cookies were sent to us by Smiley Cookie to share about here on our blog. That's one dozen if you're counting. The packaging was amazing with a cute smiley face box holding our nicely wrapped and packaged cookies. Absolutely nothing was broken when they arrived. Not a single broken cookie! Which means that you could serve these cookies for a Halloween Party Snack and not worry about having to compensate for breakage. 




Halloween Smiley Cookies make a great gift too and can be shipped to whomever you specify. You can get a Halloween Gift Basket to send to your college student, grandparents and anyone that you really like. I suppose you could send some to someone you dislike although that might be strange unless they don't really know you dislike them in which case it might be....umm, ya, strange. So, forget that idea and just send them to someone you like.


These cute little suckers are a little on the pricey side so run over and like Smiley Cookies on Facebook and they will give you a 20% off coupon for Halloween Cookies.


Happy Halloween!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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