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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Feed Your Soul

Do you remember the post about my coworker, Susie's, big birthday bash at Brooklyn Bowl? (If not, you can click on Brooklyn Bowl and read it) 

Well, as a thank you from Susie for throwing her this awesome party, she ordered a box of Feed your Soul Cookies for the MAC II clan with a little note that read:

"May your life be crowded with unexpected joys."

- H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

To my dear friends at MAC II. These sweets are meant to inspire and encourage. Onward and upward, dear cohorts! ...and thank you for everything. love love love, Susie

The box was filled with two dozen cookies with choices from Chocolate Chip Graham Cookies, Cocoa Loco Cookies, White Chocolate Snickerdoodle Cookies, Honey Oatmeal Rasin Cookies and Chip Mint Cookies. 

Not only were they adorably packaged, they were also delicious. I think every combination of cookie was one of my favorites. I love Graham Cracker and adding that hint of chocolate chip was awesome. All you needed was a marshmallow and poof, a s'more! My favorite was between the White Chocolate Snickerdoodle and the Honey Oatmeal Rasin. 

As you should all know by now, I am not a chocolate lover. However, I am a white chocolate lover. So, the White Chocolate Snickerdooled made me all excited. Snickerdoodle cookies are one of my favorite all time cookies. It was mouth watering delicious. However, the Honey Oatmeal Rasin was also fantastic. 

I think all in all I realized I am just a cookie lover. 

Here is an image of the different choices. The Feed Your Soul website give you many options of how you can purchase the cookies. Either choose your own assortment of one dozen, choose your own assortment of two dozen, and so on. 

Here are some of the assortment of sweets Feed Your Soul offers:


Sweets usually make ones day. I know if someone sent me a box of cookies, it would definitely put a big smile on my face! 

These are the reasons Feed Your Soul gives to send cookies to people: 

You can also join their Cookie Club! They have a cookie of the month as well. You can sign up on their website. You can sign up for 3, 6 or 12 months. 

Here is a little about Feed Your Souls creator. 

The best part and concept to Feed Your Soul is that three percent of net profits from your purchase will be donated to the charity of your choice. 

Feed Your Soul has been featured in many magazines, newspapers, online websites, TV shows and radio shows. 

Here is a list of all the places they have been featured. 

It's nice to know that eating something sweet can also help out a cause. In a way, it kind of makes you feel a little less guilty! 

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