May 18, 2010
Smiley Cookies Review and Giveaway CLOSED
Eat 'n Park is THE purveyor of the delicious, customizable Smiley Cookies that were made famous in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. If you have a holiday, they have a cookie for it! Bunny cookies for Easter, flower cookies for Mother’s Day, shamrock cookies for St. Paddy’s Day and many, many more. They can customize cookies for any event, whether you want to match your cookies to your wedding colors or to your favorite football team for the Super Bowl, they should be your cookie of choice.
As a Pittsburgher, I was super excited when the folks from Eat 'n Park gave me the opportunity to review their Smiley Cookies. I grew up eating these cookies at Easter, birthday parties, Halloween parties, you name it. They even give children a free smiley cookie when they dine in their restaurant.
I received a dozen Original Smiley cookies to review and even though I've had them a million times, these ones were different. I don't know what the people at Smileycookies.com do differently than Eat 'n Park restaurants but these cookies were even softer and more flavorable. They arrived in perfect condition and were packaged beautifully. I will definitely be sending them to my friends and family that moved away from Pittsburgh and want a little taste of home!
Whether you're from the 'burgh or not, the folks at Eat 'n Park have offered to give away one dozen of their original Smiley Cookies to one lucky reader of Young, Free and Frugal.
Main Entry: You must follow me on Google Friend Connect to enter. After following me or continuing to do so, let me know who you would share your Smiley Cookies with, if at all!
Extra Entries (Leave a separate comment for each):
(1) Follow me on Twitter (@sarbear3490)
(2) Subscribe to Young, Free and Frugal via email
(3) Follow Smiley Cookie on Twitter (@smileycookie)
(4) "Like" Smiley Cookie on Facebook
(5) Join the Smiley Cookie email club
Giveaway ends Wednesday, May, 26, 2010 at 10:00 PM EST.
The winner will be chosen using random.org, notified via email and must respond within 48 hours.
Thank you and good luck!
Disclosure: Eat 'n Park provided me with one dozen of smiley cookies in exchange for this review. The opinions expressed are my own and were not swayed by the items mentioned above.