Sammi’s Favorite Things: Eat Me Cookies
It is no secret that I have a major sweet tooth. Cookies, cakes, ice cream, you name it, I love it! I always love trying the next new thing in sweets and then sharing my new favorites with others.
Enter Eat Me Cookies. These delicious delights are also a fun way to share how you feel about someone by writing messages on the cookies. It kind of reminds me of the 2 Broke Girls episode where Max and Caroline made similar cupcakes. It is perfect for showers, birthdays and everything in between.
Eat Me Cookies is the best way to tell mom what she means to you with either a cute message or one to make her laugh. Eat Me Cookies are made to make people laugh, and saying exactly what’s on your mind with a sweet treat. Baked fresh, and made with top-quality ingredients and no added preservatives, the cookies are fresh and ready to eat when they get to you. The variety ranges from chocolate chip, sugar cookie, funfetti, and peanut butter with vegan options and gluten-free options.
The business was started by two sisters during the pandemic because they wanted to put a risque message on a cookie cake for their friend and couldn’t find a company that would write such a crazy message. That’s how Eat Me Cookie was born! The company has no problem writing any messages on their cookie cakes, (but they will NOT accept any messages, words or phrases that are homophobic, racist, sexist, anti-semitic, or have the intent to bully or hurt the recipient.)
The delicious cookie cakes have caught the eyes of many celebrities with their twist of hilarious messaging including Housewives Bethenny Frankel, Sonja Morgan, Cynthia Bailey, Margaret Josephs, Heather Gay, Garcelle Beauvais & many more, Bachelor Nation’s Matt James, Amanda Stanton, Catherine & Sean Lowe, & Jade Roper Tolbert, comedians Judd and Iris Apatow, Heather McMahan, and Jilly Hendrix, and many Bravoleberities including Austen Kroll, Hannah Berner, Jax & Brittany Taylor, and Beau Clark. Eat Me Cookies have been featured in Buzzfeed, Popsugar, Forbes, Good Day LA, and on Heather McMahan’s Podcast.