Freshly Baked Cookies
How It Works
We all want our loved ones to know that we are thinking about them. But sometimes we don’t have time to bake, package, and ship something wonderful and fresh. Cookiecarts to the rescue! With three kids in college, we have a lot of practice and we have this down to a science. Subscribe and rest assured knowing your student will receive a box of freshly baked cookies every month all year long.
We Bake Cookies
We bake delicious wholesome cookies in our commercial kitchen. Only the finest ingredients are used such as King Arthur flour, Tillamook butter, and real Madagascar vanilla.
Packaging & Shipping
Freshly baked cookies are beautifully packaged then securely packed and shipped via USPS Priority Mail to ensure that cookies arrive fresh and delicious.
Your student will happily receive a little taste of home each month, and since we ship 2 dozen cookies with each order, there will be enough to share with new lifelong friends.
Nine Flavors to Compliment the Seasons
We think our cookies are pretty special. Here are a few notes from our happy customers.
“When my oldest daughter went off to college I was looking for care packages that offered quality products that my daughter would truly enjoy. I signed up for the monthly cookie program through Cookiecarts. Not only were these the best-baked cookies Renée has ever had, they were packaged with a sweet custom note that brought a little home to her dorm.”Darcy LaBelle
“The cookies are amazing and I was never able to eat as many as I wanted because my friends would eat all of them! Thanks so much, Mom! Please send more.”Reid Bucy, UW Student
“I moved in next-door to Peggy in 2005. She came over and gave me a plate of cookies I remember to this day 13 years later. They were fantastic chocolate chip cookies, just the right thickness, lots of chocolate chips, and just the right texture for chewiness.”Lewis Townes
Hello, and thanks for stopping by! I’m Peggy Cunningham Orse, and I love to bake! I started baking as a young child, and have wonderful memories of climbing on a stool to reach the counter, sifting flour, cracking eggs, and stirring while wearing a little pink apron. I’m a Seattle gal from a large family, where food and humor were always at the forefront.
After graduating with a degree in Public Relations from Gonzaga University, I worked in Corporate America until our first child was born. Now with one child at home and three on their own adventures, I feel my nest becoming smaller. What to do? Well, I have always said to my kids, “Do what you love, and love what you do!” I love raising my family and I LOVE TO BAKE! And, with three in college, I have a lot of practice.
It seems only right that I should launch this business on my 26th wedding anniversary. I am married to my best friend, and biggest supporter. I could not do what I do without this wonderful man. Thank you, Eric!
I LOVE what I do, and I’m hopeful you’ll LOVE what I bake!
Have a “sweet” day!