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Celebrate National Sugar Cookie Day with Cheryl’s Cookies

F1National Sugar Cookie Day is July 9th so it’s the perfect time to let that loved one know you are thinking of them by sending a sweet treat. Of course, you might also want to treat yourself to some sugar cookies as well.

Here, at Flowerama Columbus, we’ve made celebrating National Sugar Cookie Day convenient by offering you a way to order some delicious sugar cookies from our brand partner, Cheryl’s Cookies.F2

F3You can first choose the quantity of these individually wrapped cookies.

You can get as few as a half dozen to as many as 100 cookies. We also offer some special cookie packages that are for welcoming a baby girl or baby boy. Then, there is our OSU spirit collection, including OSU gift boxed selections. F4

Of course, you can get the sugar cookies with a wide variety of buttercream icing choices like Strawberry, Lime, Lemon or Plain Buttercream.

F5It’s hard to know which ones to get because they all look so good! That’s why you may want to consider one of our assorted variety packs so you can try a bunch of flavors.

Besides the sugar cookie choices, Cheryl’s Cookies also features other types of cookies, including chocolate chip, peanut butter, oatmeal with raisins, birthday cake and chocolate-chocolate chip just to name a few.

We offer same day Cheryl’s Cookie delivery anywhere in Columbus, Ohio.

They are also available for sale, consumption, or delivery from our retail stores located in Reynoldsburg, Westerville, Columbus, and Whitehall.

We do have some delivery restrictions related to local hospitals here in Columbus so check with us about this if you are planning to deliver these cookies to those locations.

National Sugar Cookie Day is the perfect excuse to enjoy Cheryl’s Cookies but don’t forget that there are many other special days where these fresh, high-quality cookies will make for an ideal addition to the celebration!

By |July 8th, 2017|Cheryl's Cookies|Comments Off

Celebrate National Sugar Cookie Day with Cheryl’s Cookies

Celebrated on July 9th, Sugar Cookie Day is all about releasing that inner child to enjoy the sugary-goodness of the traditional treat and share it with those you love on this special occasion day.

F3F4Sugar cookies came to America around the 1700s when several German settlers showed up in Pennsylvania.

They combined sugar, butter, eggs, vanilla and sodium bicarbonate to make an easy, yet very delicious, dessert. Since then, the sugar cookie recipe has been adapted with sprinkles, frosting, and even chocolate chips.

They also often appear at Christmas with different cut-outs in the shape of holiday symbols.

You can celebrate National Sugar Cookie Day by hosting a cookie exchange, making some with friends and family, or ordering up some delicious Cheryl’s Cookies from our website or four Flowerama Columbus flower shops.

It’s a great — and delicious — special day in July along with many others like National Junk Food Day and more.

While Cheryl’s Cookies makes many flavors, their sugar cookies are one of our customers’ favorites. This Columbus, Ohio-based company started in 1981 when Cheryl Krueger and her college roommate started to make cookies for sale.F2

With retail stores, catalog, business gift services, Internet and affiliated partners like us, the company has thrived based on its focus on quality, value, and service.

We offer Cheryl’s Cookies, including sugar cookies with buttercream frosting, in a range of quantities – from a half dozen up to multiple dozens. We even have Ohio State University-themed sugar cookies.

You can mix and match the flavors and enjoy special seasonal choices.

We also have a number of keepsake cookie jars, which are a great way to hold Cheryl’s Cookies if they last that long or to use later on for homemade sugar cookies that you may make with your family. F1


These are a great addition to a party or as a special gift for a birthday. They can also be just for this special National Sugar Cookie Day!

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