Send some love to a college student
Desserts You Didn’t Know You Could Mail to a Dorm
Students love getting packages from home. Something that you made is always a winner, but when you want to send something different for a special treat or for finals, check out some of these ideas!
For those of you that are notorious for making batches of cookie dough to find you’ve eaten it all before you put any in the oven, this one’s for you. Edoughable makes edible cookie dough in 8 different flavors, and offers you all the excitement of raw cookie dough without stomachaches or salmonella.
No one can resist a chocolate covered strawberry, especially when it’s covered in sprinkles or chocolate chips! Shari’s Berries ships nationwide, and has adorable packaging with an option for a free personalized gift card. If berries aren’t for you, they have a ton of other treats that are definitely worth checking out.
For the health nut in your life, there is nothing more fitting than an Edible Arrangement to brighten up their birthday. Most of their arrangements have a perfect balance of fruit and chocolate, and there’s actually a tab on their site especially for birthday baskets.
Established in 2010, Fatty Sundays takes the chocolate covered pretzel game to the next level. They offer a vast array of gourmet chocolate covered pretzel rods, covered with everything from toffee to ombre sprinkles. Fatty Sundays is a family owned company located in Brooklyn, and in addition to pretzels, they whip up awesome batches of chocolate covered matzoh.
Order some of their adorable pretzel rods, check out flavor profiles on their blog, or send your friends a DIY kit to make their own pretzels. You seriously cannot go wrong.
If you really want to show your friends you love them, send them ice cream. King of Pops is located in Atlanta, and makes gourmet ice pops that they ship nationwide. They’re definitely not cheap because of the dry ice involved, but they have pretty innovative seasonal flavors and a Girl Scout Cookie line that is definitely worth a try.