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Delightful finger shaped, eerily packaged, shortbread style cookies, we call them "Witch's Digits"!

Despite their somewhat disgusting appearance, they do, in fact, have a yummy almond flavor & are very enjoyable along side a cup of coffee or tea. They are the perfect thing to that special friend, family member, co-worker, YOU know… That special someone you'd like to give the (oops, I mean "a") finger to? EkEchEch (witch's cackle)

This listing is for 1 gift box. Each gift box is a "witches half-dozen".
***NOTE: a "witches dozen" should not be confused with a "baker's dozen" which has 13 items. A "witches dozen' has (of course) 10 items, hence… a "witches half-dozen" has 5, in other words… A hand full! EkEchEchEch (witch's crackle)

Scrumpalicious cookies & treats are made to order so they arrive at their destinations fresh and delicious.

***Preordering is best to ensure a timely delivery for holidays, gifts and special occasions. Orders can be placed and paid for now and then shipped at a later date. Please include the date you would like the package to arrive, in a note during check-out.

***Check our Policies for baking and shipping schedule ~ http://www.etsy.com/shop/Scrumpalicious/policy

Shipping is via USPS, Priority (2-3 day).

Happy to include a sentiment in the gift card for you :)

1 Gift Box of Five Spooky Finger Cookies, Almond Flavor "Witches Digits"

$9.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: butter, flour, almond
  • Made to order
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 180 reviews
  • Favorited by: 72 people