Cheap Eats

Deal of the Day: $13 for Two Baker's Dozen Gourmet Cookies at Tea For Two Cookie Co. in Fort Lauderdale

Ever have an orange blossom infused cookie? 


When chocolate chip and oatmeal just seem too "blah," perhaps a little chai spice shortbread might be just the change you need. 

No need to bake, either. Even if you're the type to burn the cookies that come 

from a tube of dough, you can still have a taste at some of the most interesting flavor cookie combinations. All you have to do is order up a batch from Tea for Two Cookie Co. in Fort Lauderdale. For today only, you can receive two baker's dozen cookies for $13 -- a saving's of $14 -- if you act now for our Deal of the Day


These specialty cookies aren't just full of fun flavors -- they're also all-natural and eco-friendly, to boot. The artisan bakery -- which specializes in gourmet and organic shortbread cookies -- are even packaged in eco-friendly materials and the unique, colorful cookies are made using no more than five basic ingredients. They even have 30 percent less sugar than your average cookie, with absolutely no added preservatives.

Charlie's pick: The Mexican chocolate cookie. Having an intimate dinner at home, or a night in with the girls? Order up a batch and dip one in red wine or port for an absolute "flavor explosion."

There's really no picking a favorite, though. With banana-toffee and tumeric ginger shortbread, that's just too hard. The best to start with, however, would be founder Kim Neale's first original cookie recipe: the honey lavender cookie, developed as a result of her desire to utilize natural herbs or teas in bakery products. 

TEA FOR TWO
P.O. Box 17435
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33318
(954) 288-1130
Sales Manager: Brian@teafortwocookieco.com


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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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