Gosh, I just love a good cookie. Plus, nothing beats a holiday themed cookie. Naturally, I was stoked to try the Springtime Sugar Rush cookies from Isabella’s Cookie Company. Isabella’s Cookie Company was created by Jennifer Palmer who vows to use the finest and freshest ingredients to create delicious cookies. Plus, she guarantees your satisfaction with every cookie.
The cookie I was lucky to try is described as…
A crunchy cookie with all-natural, pastel-colored vanilla frosting and yummy sprinkles, the Springtime Sugar Rush will “spring” up your taste buds.
Man, these things were yummy! I would compare it to a frosted sugar cookie, but better. I mean those you can buy in the store are dry. These cookies are not. They do have a slight crunch to them, but they are not hard (there is a difference). They taste simply wonderful. I mean they are sweet without being too sweet. My whole family loved this cookies. Although, they didn’t last very long in this household. Haha!
The site says the cookies can last up to 14 days. I don’t know if they will or not since they are too good to let sit. However, I was impressed with the packaging of these cookies. I have ordered similar cookies from more widely-known sites and been disappointed when my cookies arrived broken. These cookies are packaged with protection and arrive mostly in tact. They even included an adorable little bag that reads “Eat a cookie today.” So, I give them mad props for making cookies that taste great and arrive at my house still looking pretty.
Oh, and the spring frosting colors are really nice. The cookies can’t help but put you in a good mood. I looked up the prices after I received my cookies and I am also very impressed with their extremely reasonable prices. Trust me, you will get your money’s worth when you purchase Isabella’s Cookie Company cookies.
Have you ever tried cookies from Isabella’s Cookie Company? What did you think of them? Do you have a favorite cookie?
Disclosure: I received free cookies. No compensation was received. The opinions expressed are my own.