We love Smiley Cookies! We had the opportunity to try some of their Christmas cookies and they were a huge hit with my family. Recently, we were able to sample some of their delicious Halloween cookies and they didn't disappoint!
When the box came in the mail, the Captain read the word "cookie" on the side of the box and was SO excited! What's better for a 3 1/2 year old than cookies in the mail?
When we opened the box and pulled out the bag of freshly baked Smiley Halloween Cookies, we had to try them out. Taking a picture of an excited three year old with cookies is pretty difficult, however…
This is what the Halloween Smiley Cookies look like:
I love how they're cute, orange, and not scary looking, so you can tell they're Halloween cookies, but not the scary Halloween cookies!
The Captain and Baby D LOVED these cookies and it was hard for them to eat them in moderation. Daddy and I loved them, too. I really, really love the icing they use on their cookies. It's got to be one of my favorite treats and reminds me of my childhood.
These Halloween Smiley cookies are about 2 1/2 inches, which is the perfect size for little hands in the classroom, at a party, or even for Halloween trick or treating or Fall Festivals. You can order them individually wrapped, just for that purpose! These cookies are nut free, Kosher, and under 100 calories each.
Check out Smiley Cookies for Halloween treats and Halloween gifts! Follow Smiley Cookies on Facebook, too. And, you can use code "BLOG10" at checkout to save 10% on any unwrapped Halloween Smiley Cookies! What a perfect Halloween gift or treat for someone special!
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