Decadent desserts from The BROOKIE COOKIE

Disclosure: I was sent  free samples for the purpose of conducting this review post. My participation is voluntary and my opinions, as always, are my own. No monetary compensation was given. I am disclosing under the FTC’s 16 CFR Part 225, Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

My family and I love to indulge ourselves with decadent desserts from The BROOKIE COOKIE. For a few years now, I’ve been obsessed with cookies from The BROOKIE COOKIE, and for good reason. The BROOKIE COOKIE specializes in delicious gourmet cookies, and more. The BROOKIE COOKIE is an all-natural gourmet product, free of harsh additives and preservatives, made from cage-free eggs, unbleached unbromated flour and has no food colorings or dyes. Because the cookies are so fresh and free of preservatives they must be refrigerated.

The BROOKIE COOKIE has plans to open a new store location in Brooklyn, New York soon. They are currently running a campaign on Kickstarter, www.kickstarter.com/projects/thebrookiecookie/the-brookie-cookie-a-cookie-that-tastes-like-a-bro. Kickstarter helps small businesses get funding through pledges and by offering rewards for donations. The pledge amounts start at $1.00- $1,000 for limited editions of their product, including the “social media pledge” of $1.99, that includes an original BROOKIE COOKIE, a promo flyer and a hand written thank you from Brookie the Creator, herself. The campaign ends this Friday, May 24th at 6pm (EST).

A Decadent Tray of Cookies from The BROOKIE COOKIE

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  • On the back of this plate you’ll see the original recipe Pretzel Crunch cookie topped with caramelized sourdough pretzels. I could rave about them forever; the combination of textures, sweet, and a little salty go together perfectly.
  • Then, you have the Almond Pecan cookies. Some are topped with whipped cream and fruit topping (I added that). It’s even fun to top a bowl of vanilla ice cream with Almond Pecan cookies. Add whipped cream and fruit topping for a yummy sundae dessert.
  • Then there is 1 mouth-watering CremePie with vanilla creme.
  • The ice cream cookie you see is one that I actually put together with 2 Original Chocolate cookies and vanilla ice cream.

Not only are these cookies great right out of the package but you can also jazz them up a little more for a special party or family get together.

Pretzel Crunch Cookie, Almond Pecan w/ a little topping & 2 Original Cookies turned into an Ice Cream Sandwich

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Featured front and center in the above photo is the original recipe Pretzel Crunch cookie with caramelized sourdough pretzels. The Pretzel Crunch cookies are amazing with a glass of milk. The pretzel balances the sweetness of the cookie perfectly. The crunch counteracts the softness of the cookie and melts in your mouth.

Here you get a better view of the ice cream sandwich. Don’t you just want to sink your teeth into it?!

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A Sundae & Whip Creme

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Serve the Almond Pecan cookie with a dollop of whip cream and fruit topping or add them to the top of a delicious ice cream sundae. My children and I put together a delicious sundae using the Almond Pecan cookies. Yum! The three of us really enjoyed this dessert.

CremePie Served with Milk

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The BROOKIE COOKIE currently sells online and ships to all over the United States at thebrookiecookie.com. They have also sold to different retailers in the New York area. The BROOKIE COOKIE has satisfied customers from coast to coast.

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The BROOKIE COOKIE is all over social media, so be sure to check them out and get social. Find The BROOKIE COOKIE on Facebook, and on Twitter @thbrookiecookie. The BROOKIE COOKIE is even on Pinterest and Instagram.

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