Pass the Cookies
Catering customized for any occasion!
Based In Toronto | Ship to All of North America | Delivery & Pickup
Pass the Cookies is a Toronto-based company, established in 2014. The name, Pass the Cookies, was adapted from my father’s former ice cream business, Pass the Ice Cream, turning our family name into wordplay that represents happiness and togetherness. Being part of a family full of foodies, we are constantly finding ways to bring cheer to the world through food…and in this case, cookies!
It has been said that baking makes the world a happier place, and in our experience, that has been proven true! The only thing that can make baked goods better is having them customized to your liking. It brings us great pleasure to see the excitement in our customers’ eyes when they receive their goodies. Our mission is to continue spreading this joy, personalizing each and every order.
Customization is our specialty!
No matter what the occasion, we can design custom cookies that will WOW your guests. What’s better than having decorated cookies as a party favour?…Having them personalized!
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Hello! My name is Courtney and I’m proud to be your baker and decorator at Pass the Cookies. For as long as I can remember, I have loved baking! I was also passionate about arts, crafts and photography, so the day that I realized all of my passions could be combined into one, was the day that I started living my dream!
My background in baking began with me baking for my family, as it goes for most. Cookies were always my favourite treat to bake, and still are (hence my career choice)! As for my baking career, I began as a professional baker and quickly became a certified cake decorator.
After a couple years of learning and practicing the ins-and-outs of cake decorating, I explored other areas of baking and took various courses. My heart was really captured when I discovered royal icing and what amazing things can be done with sugar cookies. My artistic expression through the medium of cookies practically made itself into a business, and here we are today!
For those of you who don’t know me personally, my family name is Pass. My father was an entrepreneur himself back in the 1980s, starting up his own business called Pass the Ice Cream. When I was starting my business, I wanted a company name that had a strong meaning; a name that would stick with me throughout my career. With my father’s blessing, I adapted his clever phrase into what you know as Pass the Cookies.
Thank you for visiting! I look forward to working with you for all of your cookie needs!
Questions About Order & Pricing
1. How do I place an order?
The best way to place an order is to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. From there we will take care of you for all of your custom cookie needs!
2. How much notice is required when placing an order?
We recommend placing your order 3-4 weeks in advance, in case we need to order any supplies or cutters for your custom order. The more notice, the better, as certain dates tend to fill up quicker than others.
3. How do I receive my order?
We totally understand the chaos involved in organizing an event, and therefore we offer a delivery service at $15 within the Toronto area. Pick-up is also an option. If you live outside of the Toronto area, we can certainly ship your cookies! (Canada & USA)
4. What methods of payment do you accept?
We accept e-transfers, or credit cards, as well as PayPal (on Etsy).
5. What are the prices of the cookies?
As each order is different, please contact us for a custom quote.
6. How are the cookies packaged?
We package each cookie individually in cellophane bags so that they are ready for you to use as party favours or gifts.
7. What ingredients are in the cookies?
We use only the finest ingredients in our sugar cookies, including flour, butter, sugar, pure vanilla extract, eggs, confectioners’ sugar, meringue powder, and salt.
8. How long do the cookies last for?
All cookies are made-to-order, as each order is custom. They are best eaten within one month from the time they are baked. In many cases, people have chosen to save their cookies as keepsakes, in which they had them shellacked in order to preserve them.
9. How should I store the cookies?
It is best to store the cookies in an air-tight container, in a cool dry place (room temperature). Refrigeration not recommended.