Serving and Storing Cookies
How should I serve your cookies?
Please try to serve the cookies as soon as you receive them, especially if they are chocolate chip cookies! The chocolates are probably still gooey when they reach you. Once you take a bite or once you break cookies apart, don’t forget to take pictures that show the melted chocolates inside. <3
We dispatch the cookies within a few hours after baking, so unless your delivery address is quite far from us, expect that they should still have some warmth in them when they reach you.
The flavors of our cookies shine when served warm or at room temperature, with cold milk!
How should I store your cookies?
Place our cookies in an airtight container at room temperature in a dry place, away from sunlight. The cookies should taste good for about 2 days if kept in the box that it came with, or 5 days if stored in an airtight container. Cookies may become stale fast if you don’t place them in an airtight container.
We do not recommend storing the cookies in the refrigerator when not placed in an airtight container because it dries out faster this way.
How can I prolong the shelf life of your cookies?
If you can’t finish all the cookies, or wish to consume at a later date, you may wrap the cookies individually in foil, and then store them in the freezer. Store them this way for up to 1 month, and then reheat before serving.
How should I reheat your cookies?
Room temperature cookies:
Preheat toaster oven at 175°C, then heat the cookie for 2-6 minutes, or until heated through. Let the reheated cookies rest for about 2 minutes to let the exterior firm up a bit.
Heating up in the microwave is not ideal because it may change our intended “firm outside, soft inside” texture of the cookies. But if you only have a microwave oven, then please soak a paper towel with water and then squeeze it to remove as much liquid as possible. Wrap the wet towel around the cookies then place it on a plate, and microwave it for 15 to 20 seconds, until heated through.
Preheat toaster oven at 175°C, then heat the cookie for 3-8 minutes, or until heated through. Let the reheated cookies rest for about 2 minutes to let the exterior firm up a bit.
We do not recommend heating the cookies up in a microwave oven because the texture changes. Only a toaster oven can achieve the texture that we intend the cookies to have: firm outside, soft inside. But if you only have a microwave oven, then please soak a paper towel with water and then squeeze it to remove as much liquid as possible. Wrap the wet towel around the frozen cookies then place it on a plate, and microwave it for 20 to 30 seconds, until heated through.
Serving and Storing Cookie Cakes
How should I store your cookie cakes?
The cookie cakes need to be stored in the refrigerator. If keeping it in the box that it came with, a cookie cake that may be stored in the refrigerator up to 3 days.
If stored in an airtight container in the fridge, please consume within 7 days.
Any tips on slicing your cookie cake?
While the cookie cake is still cold straight from the fridge, slice it with a sharp knife.
What’s the best way to serve your cookie cake?
Serve the cookie cake slices cold or at room temperature. We at Cookies PH personally like it at room temperature because it’s tastier this way. Enjoy it with tea, coffee, or milk!
Serving and storing Cookie Cups
How should I store your cookie cups?
The cookie cups need to be stored in the refrigerator. If keeping it in the box that it came with, it’s best to consume within 3 days. If you transfer it into an airtight container, please consume within 5 days.
What’s the best way to serve your cookie cups?
Serve the cookie cups cold! Enjoy with a hot drink.
You may check the ingredients listed on each of our products in this website to avoid ingredients that you are allergic to. Please note that our kitchen has shared tools that handle wheat flour, dairy, eggs, peanuts and tree nuts. If you have a severe allergy, please know that while we do our best to prevent cross-contamination, we cannot guarantee the absence of allergic reactions.