These Gourmet Gifts from Mrs. Fields Bakeries Are Perfect Hostess Gifts

Just in time for the holidays, cookie favorite Mrs. Fields has new tasty treats that are perfect for gift-giving. Famous for their homestyle chocolate chip cookies, Mrs. Fields has been baking their way into our hearts for decades. Debbi Fields opened her first store in Palo Alto, California in 1977 and the Mrs. Fields name quickly became associated with warm, freshly baked cookies right out of the oven.

While the tried and true cookies and brownies the brand offers have never done us wrong, it was time to liven things up for the holiday season. Mrs. Field’s has rolled out their  Bakery Collection, expanding their heritage of homemade goodness to include rich & flavorful Bundt cakes, decadent filled cookies and scrumptious cream cheese filled scones.

1. Scones

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Mrs. Fields

The Filled Scones Joy Basket is literally filled with joy. Deliciously sweet scones are wrapped around a sumptuous cream cheese filling.

The baskets make a perfect edible gift as each one features three fun flavors and fillings: five cranberry white chocolate, five pineapple macadamia nut and five blueberry lemon. 

2. Cakes

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Mrs. Fields

Want your cake and eat it, too? The Blueberry Lemon Bundt Cake is pretty as can be in its own gift tin.

Vibrant flavors of blueberry and lemon add some sweet citrus to a dessert table that will be dominated by chocolate.

3. Cookie Boxes

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Mrs. Fields

On the more traditional, but oh-so-fun-side, Mrs. Fields has added a collection of Jolly Old Soul Boxes. You can buy them individually or as a trio and they make the perfect handout for neighbors, family members, or party gifts.

Also on offer are the Holiday Logo Cookies. You can add photos, logos, names to one of three festive designs that get printed right on our cookies – a fun option to replace holiday cards! It’s the most memorable (a tasty) way to say “Happy Holidays”.

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