Triple Choc Fudge Cookie Bites Gift Tin

$24.00

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Introducing the Floral Edition, Triple Choc Fudge Cookie Bites Gift Tin!

Each reusable tin contains 200g of deliciously decadent, soft, bite-size cookies filled with generous white and dark choc chunks.

Beautifully designed with unique illustrations, this tin will delight all flower lovers with a sweet tooth!

It’s cookie gifting, made fancy!

Ingredients: Wheat flour, white compound chocolate [sugar, milk solids, vegetable oil, emulsifiers (soy lecithin, 492), flavour], dark compound chocolate [sugar, vegetable oil, cocoa powder, milk solids, emulsifiers (soy lecithin, 476, 492), salt, flavour], butter, sugar, egg, cocoa powder, maize starch, fermented wheat flour, soy lecithin, salt, raising agent (sodium bicarbonate), flavour.

Made in Australia.

Size: 200g (approximately 16 premium cookie bites). Tin: 16cm x 15cm x 6cm.

2 in stock

SKU: BYRON BAY COOKIE CO. // Triple Choc Fudge Cookie Bites Gift Tin Categories: , , , ,

BYRON BAY COOKIE CO // Luxah Brand Bio

ABOUT THE BRAND

BYRON BAY COOKIE COMPANY

Byron Bay Cookie Company started in 1990 in a small country farmhouse in the hinterland of Byron Bay. With an old family recipe in hand, original founders Maggi and Gary started experimenting with local ingredients to bake Cookies for local markets under the name ‘Pickles, Pies & Petticoats’. The result was two deliciously decadent cookie combinations that changed the cookie market forever; White Choc Chunk and Macadamia Nut and Triple Choc Fudge, which are still some of Byron Bay Cookies’ most popular flavours to this day! It was only a matter of time before the humble cookie operation became too big for the farmhouse stove and production moved to an industrial sized bakehouse in Byron Bay where it remains today under the name Byron Bay Cookie Company. Packed full of deliciously decadent inclusions and baked to perfection in Byron Bay, it’s no wonder the Byron Bay Cookie Company is baking hundreds of thousands of cookies every week to keep up with demand!

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