This Montreal Bakery Makes The Sweetest Treats For Anyone Who Needs A Little Pick-Me-Up

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This Montreal Bakery Makes The Sweetest Treats For Anyone Who Needs A Little Pick-Me-Up

You know when you eat a really good cookie that just makes you go, "Oh, YES!" Well, what about a cookie that makes you say, "Mais OUI?" This Montreal bakery creates tasty treats that'll have you screaming exactly that.

Atelier BiscOui is a Laval-based bakery that makes the most unbelievable gourmet stuffed cookies. 

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If these don't make you want to say "yes" in any language, I don't know what will. 

They're stuffed with ooey-gooey goodness, just like you're stuffed with love for your besties.

You can order three types of pre-curated boxes: Chocolate Lover's, Sweet & Salty and Mixed.

Or create your own masterpiece from 12 types of cookies, including Bursting at the Seams (filled with Nutella), For the Love of Reese and Score Me a SKOR. Each box contains 12 cookies.

Boxes start at around $35 and go up from there and can be shipped all over Canada. So not a problem if you want to send them to a friend across the country. There may be additional shipping fees depending on location. But if you make your way to Laval, it's free pickup!

Want your cookie to taste like it just came out of the oven? Just pop them in the microwave for eight to nine seconds. Cookies stay fresh for about five days... but something tells us they won't last that long.

Be sure to place your order by Tuesday at 6 p.m. to ensure that your order will be shipped that week... Otherwise, you'll have to wait until the next week. And trust me, you don't want to wait.

You can thank us later...

Atelier BiscOui

Address: Online

Why You Need To Go: The only thing better than an ooey-gooey cookie is having it oozing with even more deliciousness inside.

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