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    somertimeoh
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    I just decided today that I want to take vday cookies to my customers tomorrow. Yes, I’m a procrastinator. I could go the cheapy grocery store bakery route, but I’d like to do something a little nicer, but not like $1+ a piece Cheryl’s cookie nice. I need to get around 6 – 8 dozen.

    Any ideas for bakeries that might have deals on a bulk order I could pick up tomorrow? I feel like our bakery choices are limited here, but I can’t quite put my finger on it. They’re all wonderful, but kinda frou frou which comes at a high cost and not really good for a situation like this.

    Thanks!

    #345891
    Lauren Wilson
    Lauren Wilson
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    Dooood…I don’t care if they are grocery store or not…those cute frosted with sprinkles poofy sugar cookies from Kroger are SO SO SO SO GOOD. You could repackage them in something cuter. I just got pink frosted ones with chocolate and heart sprinkles on them for work today.

    #345892
    Lauren Wilson
    Lauren Wilson
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    Oh…aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand they are 2 for 5 buckaroos right now…10 cookies in each package.

    #345893

    misskitty
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    osulew wrote >>
    Dooood…I don’t care if they are grocery store or not…those cute frosted with sprinkles poofy sugar cookies from Kroger are SO SO SO SO GOOD. You could repackage them in something cuter. I just got pink frosted ones with chocolate and heart sprinkles on them for work today.

    The lofthouse Ones? I agree they are so good I can eat an entire pack of those.

    #345894

    somertimeoh
    Participant

    Yeah, but it’s hard to transport that frosting BS without it looking like a hot mess. I was hoping for a white bakery box full of just seasonal sugar cookie type things. I used to get this crap all the time in Dallas. They aren’t fancy, but they transported well and were like $6 a dozen or something. I feel like I’m missing something. Like there must be all these simple bakery/donut shop places in strip malls in the burbs and I just don’t know about them because I never leave downtown :(

    #345895
    Lauren Wilson
    Lauren Wilson
    Participant

    misskitty wrote >>

    osulew wrote >>
    Dooood…I don’t care if they are grocery store or not…those cute frosted with sprinkles poofy sugar cookies from Kroger are SO SO SO SO GOOD. You could repackage them in something cuter. I just got pink frosted ones with chocolate and heart sprinkles on them for work today.

    The lofthouse Ones? I agree they are so good I can eat an entire pack of those.

    I bought 40 of them today. It was like a feeding frenzy in here. Sprinkles make people a bit crazy.

    #345896

    lilbit
    Participant

    Piece of Cake is about a buck a cookie. But they might give you a break on a large order. ???

    #345897

    Roland
    Participant

    go with those x-rated cookies from Pattycake Bakery. ;)

    #345898
    Anne Evans
    Anne Evans
    Keymaster

    Bakery Gingham says they do sugar cookies for $1 a piece. Maybe she gives bulk discounts?
    http://www.bakerygingham.com/

    #345899

    KSquared
    Member

    Somer, I think I know what you mean. Try Old World Bakery on Demorest Rd on the west side (962 Demorest Road, Columbus, OH 43204
    (614) 278-8046‎) or Schneider’s Bakery in uptown Westerville (6 South State Street, Westerville, OH‎ – (614) 882-6611‎).

    #345900

    somertimeoh
    Participant

    KARA!!! You are a life saver!! $7 a dozen, hard iced cookies in hearts. Yay!

    #345901

    somertimeoh
    Participant

    Roland wrote >>
    go with those x-rated cookies from Pattycake Bakery. ;)

    Oh, I want some of those, just not for my customers :)

    #345902

    KSquared
    Member

    somertimeoh wrote >>
    KARA!!! You are a life saver!! $7 a dozen, hard iced cookies in hearts. Yay!

    Awesome. Schneider’s? Nice people, I miss working up there and doing doughnut runs.

    #345903

    Twixlen
    Participant

    FYI – The Andersons is a good option too – they always have fun seasonal stuff, and I’ve found them to be really reasonable, and able to handle scale in a pinch!

    ETA: Those frosted sprinkle-business sugar cookies are happiness.

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