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Get ready for the most delicious cookie favors you can find! “Yummy Delicious Cookies” are baked fresh, by artist (and baker!) Debra Buker. Made with a special cream cheese/sugar recipe, and hand-decorated with royal icing – these cookie favors will set your party apart from all others.

This listing is for one dozen Thomas the Train cookie favor, with any number you would like. The example shown was for a two-year olds birthday.

Each cookie favor comes individually wrapped (heat sealed to ensure freshness) and tied with a coordinating ribbon. Favor tags can be ordered for an additional $.25/each. If you need a different quantity, please convo me for a quote.

We specialize in creating the most delicious and unique cookies for your event. Every batch is custom ordered and baked fresh with the best ingredients. Each and every detail is carefully executed by our in-house baker and artist, Debra Buker.

All cookies are shipped via US Priority Mail for $11.95 the first dozen, $5 each additional dozen.

PLEASE ALLOW 10 DAYS BEFORE YOUR EVENT TO PLACE YOUR COOKIE ORDER. ALL ORDERS ARE MADE FRESH. PAYMENT MUST BE MADE IN ORDER TO GET ON MY BAKING CALENDAR - THANK YOU FOR UNDERSTANDING.

Train Cookie Favors - Thomas and Friends

$42.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: butter, margerine, cream cheese, sugar, flour, egg, madagascar vanilla, baking powder, powdered sugar, meringue powder
  • Feedback: 136 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Georgia, United States.
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