2010 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE – The Cravory Cookies

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Sweets are a great way of letting people across the miles know that you’re thinking of them. Recently I learned of The Cravory, home to over 950 customized cookie creations. I sampled a couple of their cookies and the texture is great. Their Chocolate Chip Cookie was fresh, soft and delicious! While we didn’t personally care for the Savory Rosemary Balsamic we did all agree that it was full of flavor and that when we unwrapped it it had a fresh out of the oven aroma.

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The Cravory, formerly 410 Degrees, introduces a new name and design with a guarantee of the same taste bud shocking signature flavors and perfect texture. If you can imagine it, they can create it – whether it’s Savory Rosemary Balsamic, Pancakes and Bacon, Red Velvet, or Chocolate Chip. The Cravory Cookies are the ultimate cookie experience with a soft cookie center and perfectly baked surface that melts in your mouth.

The Cravory was co-founded by three young entrepreneurs Adam Koven, Nate Ransom, and Derek Jaeger who are extremely passionate about food and absolutely addicted to cookies. Over the cupcake craze and all about texture, they set out to fulfill their dream of creating a cookie company that would allow customers to dream up their favorite flavors and transform them into a cookie. Cookie Chef Jaeger has meticulously perfected his skill of finding the cookie flavor equivalent to make almost any cookie creation. In fact, many argue that his Red Velvet cookie tastes better than any red velvet cake out there.

Crafted from only the finest local ingredients and gourmet flavor combinations, The Cravory has taken cookies to a totally new level introducing the perfect cookies for wine pairings like our Pinot Noir Cookie with goat cheese, toasted almonds and salted caramel. Additionally, they still have their signature flavors like Savory Rosemary Balsamic (the first cookie creation), Birthday Cake, Banana Crème Pie, Pancakes and Bacon, Lemon Cherry Basil, Oreo Milkshake, and more.

Now The Cravory will give its customers the opportunity to join the experience of changing the traditional cookie by creating cookies that are customized exactly to their wildest imaginations. Join The Cravory in its obsession to continually discover new cookie creations by visiting their website at www.thecravory.com.

The product(s) featured in this review was provided free of cost to me for the sole purpose of product testing and review. This review has not been monetarily compensated and is based on the views and opinions of my family and/or self. Please note that the opinions reflected in this post have not been influenced by the sponsor in any way.

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pat. October 30, 2010 - 7:59 am

To me cookies should be sweet so names like pancakes and bacon leave me to wonder….

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