Popular cookie shop opening first brick and mortar location in Mississauga
If you love ordering cookies from a popular, up-and-coming company known as Little Rose Cookie Co., you might be happy to hear that the brand is about to celebrate the grand opening of its first brick and mortar location in Mississauga.
Little Rose Cookie Co., founded by cookie artist Stephanie Urlando, specializes in creative, custom-designed sugar cookies. According to the company’s website, each cookie is rolled by hand and freshly baked and is always “designed and decorated with love.”
The brand’s first store, which will host a grand opening celebration at its Streetsville location on Saturday, March 7, will offer its signature custom sugar cookies, as well as a variety of in-store-made shortbread, chocolate chip and other drop cookies.
The location will also offer French macarons and Italian cookies, as well as coffee, tea, and Italian sodas.
The cookies are actually amazing (as you can see from the Instagram post below) and are ideal for a fancy dessert, birthday party, wedding, bridal shower or other events.
“In this day and age custom gifts are on the rise, as opposed to ‘cookie-cutter’ (no pun intended), generic gifts. People want something unique and one-of-a-kind to give their loved ones,” the brand says on its website.
“Our cookie creations definitely cater to this trend, and those who are gifted these cookies can truly feel the thoughtfulness of my clients through their orders.”
The company says the cookies are made with simple ingredients, no preservatives, and can be made gluten-friendly, vegan, and dairy-free.
Cover photo courtesy of Little Rose Cookie Co.’s Instagram page
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