Did you know there’s an entire day devoted to cookies and the people who love them? (That’s everyone, right?) This delectable holiday takes place on Monday, Dec. 4, and it’s called National Cookie Day. How should you celebrate? We have a few ideas.
First, you should head to your local Cinnabon ASAP and try their newest creation, the Cookie BonBite™. This is a combination of their beloved Ooey-Gooey™ Cinnabon® cinnamon roll and fresh, warm chocolate chip cookies. Essentially, it’s a cinnamon roll inside a cookie—yum! It will only be available for a limited time, so enjoy this scrumptious creation while you can. If you order it on National Cookie Day, you get a free 8oz bottle of fairlife® milk to go along with it!
Or you might want to go to your local Whole Foods Market, where all of the cookies at their “cookie bar” are 50 percent off starting right now until National Cookie Day is over. Please note this doesn’t mean that all of the cookies in the store (such as the prepackaged ones) are 50 percent off. This only applies to the cookies made in-house at Whole Foods and in their cookie display.
The deals don’t end there. The First Lady of Cookies, Mrs. Fields, is giving away a free cookie to the first 400 people they serve in each location on National Cookie Day. (Go here to find a location near you, and make sure you call ahead of time to make sure your local branch is participating.)
Great American Cookies is offering a similar deal. At participating locations, each customer will receive a free chocolate chip cookie on National Cookie Day, no purchase required. Go here to find a location near you.
— GreatAmericanCookies (@Gr8AmCookies) December 1, 2017
Hershey’s just released a new goodie called Cookie Layer Crunch, which combines “crunchy cookie texture, layered with a decadent filing, all wrapped in creamy, genuine Hershey’s Chocolate.” It comes in three flavors: Caramel, Vanilla Crème and Mint.
Until Dec. 8, you can get a bag for free with coupons at supermarkets like Shop’n Save and Cub Foods.
What’re you waiting for?! National Cookie Day only lasts until the end of the day!