You Can Now Get A Litre Of Mandy's Famous Cookie Dough Delivered In Montreal
Dreams do come true!
Known for its gourmet salads, one of our city's favourite spots, Mandy's, also specializes in another delicious service: dessert. Many of its customers are huge fans of the chocolate chip cookies at this salad bar. And, due to popular demand, you can order the famous Mandy's cookie dough in Montreal.
In order to have warm and soft cookies whenever you want, you can get a full litre of cookie dough delivered right to your door.
This means that not only will you be able to indulge in some sweetness, but your house will then be filled with the delicious smells of melting chocolate and baking dough.
After a tasty meal, a good freshly baked dessert is usually well deserved. But, you don't always feel like making your own cookie dough and picking up the mess in the kitchen.
So you can have the best of both worlds with this initiative from Mandy's.
And if you already love these cookies, this is the perfect opportunity to satisfy the craving I'm sure you've been having for months now.
Just look at them...
Whether you want to eat the dough raw or spend the time actually making cookies out of is completely up to you!
To get the 1-litre jar of cookie dough, you have to go to the restaurant's website in the grocery section of the online order.
Then select the "Grocery store items" tab and the "Mandy's cookie dough (1L)" item.
The jar sells for $17.
In order to have access to delivery, the amount of your basket must be $50.
To do so, you can add any grocery items you need such, as fruits or vegetables, or even squish candies, brownies, beer, or wine.
That $50 will come quick, I promise.
Orders are ready for delivery between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m., two business days after payment.
This means you gotta plan ahead when you're preparing to enjoy some delicious cookies.
Mandy's Cookie Dough
Where to get it: On the official Mandy's website
Why you need to try it: To pretend that you're a chef at Mandy's and bake delicious cookies in the comfort of your own home.
This article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.