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Edible Valentine’s Day Gifts for the Whole Family

January 21, 2014

Edible Valentine’s Day Gifts for the Whole Family

February 14 may be a national day of love and romance, but that doesn’t mean you have to limit your celebration to just you and your special someone! Here’s a list of creative (and delicious) Valentine’s Day Gifts for every family member.

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happy face cookies

Cheryl’s Happy Face Gift Tin

For the Kids:

You can still send your children a beautiful blooming bouquet.. of cookies, that is! They’ll love munching on irresistible Cheryl’s Buttercream Frosted Cookies while getting involved in the celebration.

For Teens:

Your teen may be wishfully watching their favorite romantic comedy, dreaming about the day they’ll have someone to share their February 14 with. While their time has not yet come, you can add a touch of cheer and happiness to their day with a tin full of smiling (and delicious) happy face cookies!

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Cherly's Valentine's Day Cutout Cookie Kit

Cheryl’s Valentine’s Day Cutout Cookie Kit

For the Whole Family to Enjoy:

If you want to make your February 14 celebration a family affair, indulge while spending quality time together by setting up a cookie crafting station! Cheryl’s Valentine’s Day Cutout Cookie Kit comes complete with frosting, sprinkles, and cookies so you can make memories while making dessert!

For Mom and Dad:

Send Mom and Dad a sweet surprise without all the added sugar with a tasty treat from the Cheryl’s Sugar-Free collection. They’ll ooh and ahh over the deliciously decadent cookies while feeling touched that you’re thinking of them on this special day.

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Cheryl's Cookie Flowers

Cheryl’s Long Stem Cookie Flowers

For Your Sweetie:

A tasty twist on traditional Valentine’s Day flowers, these long stemmed cookie flowers are the perfect way to add a touch of love and sweetness to your special someone’s day. Whether you are looking for a gift for your new relationship or for your lifetime love, a delicious bouquet of mouth watering cookies is a gift they’ll ooh and ahh over.

For Yourself:

Who says you can’t treat yourself on Valentine’s Day?! If there’s anyone you knows you best, it’s you! Save yourself the disappointment from receiving a sub par gift by treating yourself to a create-your-own cookie tin filled with your favorite treats and goodies. The best part? You won’t have to share!

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For that Friend Who Has Become Family:

We all have that one person that doesn’t quite fit under “friend”, because they are so much more. This Delilah inspired Sisters at Heart Cookie card is a simple yet sweet way to remind your forever friend just how much they mean to you.

Sister at Heart Cookie Card

Cheryl’s “Sisters at Heart” Cookie Card

Thanksgiving

Thanks & Gratitude

November 19, 2013

Hi everyone! My name is Maria. Recently, I joined the marketing team at Cheryl’s and Co to help out for the busy Holiday season and am very excited! I will be a guest blogger throughout the Holiday season.

Thanksgiving 

It is mid-November what do you hear: the ringing of sleigh bells or the gobbling of a turkey? Many would say the ringing of sleigh bells as the Holiday season is top of mind for a lot of people. While the Holiday season is almost near, Thanksgiving is even closer with about one week left!

Over the past several years, I have noticed Thanksgiving Day seems to have become the prep day for the hustle and bustle of the Holiday season and is often overlooked. On this day people strategically plan their Black Friday shopping by browsing the ads, creating shopping lists, and napping for energy to combat the long lines and enormous crowds. Sadly, the real meaning of Thanksgiving is overlooked with the preoccupation of shopping and getting the “best” deal.

I love Thanksgiving as it is one of my favorite holidays of the year! It is spent watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade with all the floats, marching bands, and big finale with Santa’s arrival. Football games play on the T.V. all day until 4 PM when everyone gathers together around the table not only to eat an abundance of hearty food but also to give thanks and gratitude. While eating, naps, and football watching all make for a relaxing day, the best part is being able to share what I am thankful for and spend time with family.

This Thanksgiving Day think about what you are thankful for and express your gratitude. Take a step back from the hustle and bustle of the encroaching Holiday season and enjoy a day complete with delicious hearty food, long naps, laughter, love, football, and relaxation. Put down those newspaper ads, turn off the computers, and stop planning ahead. Live in the moment and listen closely and maybe you will hear the Turkey gobbling away…

What are you thankful for? Share your thoughts!