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    S’more Please!

    S’more Please!

    It’s almost time for… #nationalsmoresday! To celebrate, our cookie chefs are baking up some delicious S’more themed flavors to help us (and YOU) applaud #nationalsmoresday on August 10th! 


    S’mores Bark

    This is a cookie that has a loud bark of deliciousness that goes along with its extremely tasty bite! It is a vanilla dough cookie with our very own Cravory s’mores bark of melted white chocolate and perfectly oozing marshmallow, drizzled with chocolate and dusted with graham cracker crumbs. This cookie will have you tossing your ‘marshmallow on a stick’ to the side the second you lay your eyes on it!

    All Chocolate S’mores

    Are you that person that add an extra layer of chocolate bar to your s’more? Then THIS is the cookie for you. Made with chocolate graham cracker dough (yes, this is a real thing…amazing!), with chocolate marshmallow folded in, chocolate chips, AND milk chocolate chunks (we warned you chocolate lovers)- we’ve got you taken care of at the Cravory with always adding s’more chocolate!

    PB&J S’mores

    Peanut butter jelly time! Our bakers have taken s’mores to a new level of yum. This peanut butter and jelly dough is mixed with peanut butter chocolate chips, and swirled with decedent strawberry jelly that will make you wonder why you ever gave up the idea of PB&J after childhood. Topped with a marshmallow before baked, this s’more cookie recreates that unforgettable feeling of eating a PB&J at your favorite summer camp, next to your summer crush.

    Is your mouth watering yet?
    Visit us at the cookie shop in Point Loma on AUGUST 10th when these amazing limited time flavors are released, to help us celebrate national s’mores day!

    5 Unusual Facts About Cookies

    Cookies are a dessert past time in America, with 95% of households indulging in them on a regular basis. And no matter where you are in the world, it's likely that the culture and country you're living in has cookie flavors that are beloved region-wide. After all, cookies have been around for centuries with different iterations and under different names. Cookes even earned their name from a Dutch term that means "little cake." Want to know more interesting facts about the cookie recipes you know and love? Read on to find out: America has a cookie obsession. While you may already know this, perhaps these statistics will shock you. Did you know that Americans consume over 200 billion cookies per year? When you break it down, that equals to 300 cookies for each person! And in an American's lifetime, they will eat 35,000 cookies -- half of which are chocolate chip cookies. Christmas traditions center around cookies Who knows Santa Claus' favorite food? Yes, the answer is cookies. Santa loves cookies so much, that estimates suggest that he eats 336,150,386 cookies on Christmas Eve! Cookies break records The biggest cookie would take thousands and thousands of people to eat. According to the Cookie Elf, the biggest cookie was made in 2003 by Immaculate Baking Company is Flat Rock, NC. It weighed over 40,000 pounds and was 102 feet wide! Regions in the United States have specialty cookies In 1989, New Mexico named the bizcochito their official cookie. This is a shortbread biscuit cookies with anise and topped with sugar. Massachusetts, on the other hand, adopted the chocolate chip cookie as its state cookie, due to the fact that it was invented in Massachusetts. Some cookies are downright strange The Unagi Pie is a specialty cookie in Japan where cookies are made with fresh butter, crushed eel bones, eel extract, and garlic. That's not an entirely conventional cookie! Do you know any interesting cookie facts? Let us know in the comments below!