There is no Christmas without one or two Mariah Carey classics blasting in the supermarket or in our homes. It is safe to call her the queen of Christmas. This diva, who says she has about seven Christmas trees in her home, is launching her own line of cookies.
Christmas just got tastier with the cookies developed with Virtual Dining Concepts and restaurateur Robert Earl which will be available for delivery in over thirty cities in the US.
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“Mariah and I have chatted over the years about working together on a food business and, with her love of baking, cookies were a natural fit,” Earl said in a statement.
“As Mariah is synonymous with the holidays and celebration, we will make sure that her special holiday flavors are available not only for the holidays but year-round. It has been an inspiration to work with Mariah to develop this brand and to get it launched in time for National Cookie Day and the holiday season,” he added.
All year round, the cookies will be available in five flavors: Chocolate Chunk, Triple Chocolate Chunk, Heath Bar, Lemon Cooler, and Spiced Oatmeal Raisin. During the holidays, three specials will be available: Gingerbread, Pumpkin, and White Chocolate Cranberry.
You can have them in either a box of six or twelve and in one flavor at a time. If you cannot wait to try them like most cookie lovers, you can order the special combos like “Holiday Hits” or “Try Them All,” according to People.
“Mariah’s Cookies” is a virtual brand that can be licensed to restaurants to bake the cookies fresh in their own kitchens, and to make them more accessible, you can order the cookies through third-party delivery apps like Seamless and UberEats.
In the singer’s own words, “Yay, cookies!”