Cookies By Design Creates Goodies For Any Occasion

Cookies By Design offers cookie bouquets, cookie cakes, edible fruit arrangements, and other baked goods for holidays or every day.

Cookies can be given as a gift for any occasion and cookies by design owner, Kris King, said they have everything from the basic cookies to large arrangements.

"We have gourmet cookies which start at a dollar 25 up to our cookie bouquets which can go up to 15 or 16 cookies and those are around 100, 120 dollars."

King, said cookies are the ultimate comfort food.

"It does kind of tend to be one of those things people go to when they need stress relief...stressed spelled backwards is desserts, you know?"

Cookies by design has cookie cakes, bouquets, baskets, even fruit bouquets for every occasion but there biggest day of the year is Valentine's Day.

"About a months worth of business happens on that one day plus we have the rest of the months business to take care of."

Also coming up in February is the Super Bowl and you could always use a dessert after tons of savory Super Bowl snacks.

"Any season of sports we can handle it...I don't even know who is going to be in the Super Bowl but we can certainly do that. We can do a pan cookie with the dueling teams on there if they want."

And now King says cookies by design is offering gluten free options as well.

"We have three flavors of gourmet cookies...and then we can go do any type of cookie bouquets with our sugar cookie. We also have a sugar cookie they can decorate however they want with whatever theme."

King said cookies by design goods are nice to look at and even better to eat.

"When you get a cookie bouquet you can share it or keep it. They freeze for up to 6 months so you don't have to eat it all at once. I just say 'Take a picture and dive in'."

Cookies By Design is open Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and Saturday from 10 am to 1 pm. 

You can check out the store at 3310 82nd St, Lubbock, TX 79423, call (806) 794-6992, or visit their website at

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