What is a sugar cookie?

A Sugar Cookie is similar to a biscuit.  It provides a solid (and yummy) base for the royal icing.  Once the royal icing is set it hardens and has a crunchy quality.  By contrast the sugar cookie has a soft and chewy texture.

Sugar Cookies last for around 2 weeks after collection.  Once the two weeks are up they start to taste a little stale and gradually they will get harder.  You can keep them in an airtight container but it’s not essential

We don’t say Biscuit because sugar cookies don’t need to be kept in an airtight container to retain their freshness. Sugar Cookies also don’t crunch in the same way as a biscuit does, they are soft and chewy on the inside with smooth exterior.

A platter of cookies is a selection of cookies which complement each other – usually in a theme.  The Theme is usually by genre or by type of celebration.  The types of cookies will vary in their complexity.

It’s never too early to book your order with us.  Each week we have orders in the kitchen diary and accept orders based on what time we have available, so the sooner you let us know what you need the better.  Sometimes we have spare time at short notice so please feel free to contact us

Cookies are priced on their size and complexity – the amount of time it takes to create each cookie.

We make all the cookies ourselves to our own recipe. We even have a secret  flavour for our Royal Icing.