Cheryl’s Cookie of the Month Review – October 2018


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Cheryl’s Cookie of the Month Club is a monthly box delivering fresh cookies to your mailbox.

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Cheryl’s has additional variations, including a Gourmet Brownie of the Month Club, Treats of the Month Club, Sugar-Free Cookie of the Month Club, and even a Kids Cookie and Book of the Month Club! You can also choose the 12 or 6-month plan, which would mean a delivery once a month or once every other month.

This is a review of the Buttercream Frosted Cut-out Cookie of the Month Pay-as-you-go Club with 12 cookies. 

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About This Box

The Box: Cheryl’s Buttercream Frosted Cookie of the Month

The Cost: New pricing – the 6-month plan is $21.99 + $6.99 shipping. The 12-month plan is $19.99 a month + shipping.

The Products: 12 buttercream frosted cookies

Ships to: the US

Cheryl’s Cookie of the Month October 2018 Review

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Once you open the box you are greeted to a beautiful sight of cookies and an info sheet. The info sheet has details on their various clubs, a discount code, how to store your cookies for maximum flavor, and how to tell if the sender left you a gift message.

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Buttercream Frosted Pumpkin Cookies, 12 ct – Retail Value $29.99

I love these seasonal pumpkin cookies- they even have a little green stem at the top! These have the classic buttercream flavor in their cute pumpkin bodies, and individual packaging means it is easy to toss these in lunch boxes or with a card to give a seasonal treat to a friend. The cookies are buttery and so soft, and they do pack a bit of sugar so make sure you are trying to treat your sweet tooth before diving in. I love that these can be frozen, as this means I can always have a cookie in my freezer for the times I really want one. Since this is way more cookies than I could ever eat, I took most of them to the front office of my apartment complex that handles all of the mail for residents. Since I get many packages, I thought these would be a cute way to say thank you—and I was right! They loved them!.

The Verdict:  This cookie subscription is for everyone who loves the frosted sugar cookies you can buy at the grocery store, but appreciates that these are even more delicious. The price is high when you compare it to mass-produced cookies from the grocery store, however, I think the price is fair for the quality of the cookie you get. I also appreciate that there is a discount for subscribing—these 12 cookies would normally cost $29.99 plus shipping, and I got them for $23.98 ($16.99 plus $6.99 shipping. Pricing recently increased to $21.99 plus shipping). Since this is the pay-as-you-go club, you also aren’t saddled into a 6 or 12-month commitment of cookies, making these great for special occasions or one-time gifts. Each month the cookies will be in a different seasonal theme, which you can view here. My next cookie delivery will be in December, and the cookies will be Christmas trees, snowflakes, and ornaments!

To Wrap Up:

Can you get this box if you sign up today? I believe so! Sign up before the end of the 3rd week of the month to get those month’s cookies.

Value Breakdown: This box costs $23.98 ($16.99 + $6.99 shipping) and I received 12 delicious cookies. That breaks down to about $2 a cookie.

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What do you think of Cheryl’s Cookie of the Month Club? Have you tried their cookies before?

Written by Jessica Hapak

Jessica Hapak

I am a staunch believer that pineapple doesn’t go on pizza and when I’m not studying for law school I’m relaxing at home with my cat. I’m a sucker for anything labeled a mystery box and I’ve never met a bath bomb I didn’t like!

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

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8 Comments

  1. Thank you for continuing to review boxes like this! It might seem repetitive to some people, but it’s good for new readers. I’ve actually never seen a review of this one before (I don’t always read here every day, so sometimes I miss stuff) Cheryl’s cookies are soooo good and totally worth the “high” price. I might just have to subscribe to this one!

    • You don’t read MSA everyday!!??!!?? Do you know how many readers you made gasp!? :O haha! 😉 😀

  2. I love these types of cookies and I’ve wanted to try Cheryl’s cookies for the longest.
    One of my co-workers brought some into the office which was nice but they were old. I think they’d been put in the freezer and taken out past the 6 month time period.

  3. These cookies are average at best. Very heavy on the way too sweet frosting. Think of your grocery store bakery butter frosted cookies and these are much the same. Just overpriced. Will dry out when you freeze

  4. Seriously? This is still a review? It’s the same cookie every month with a different shape, people.

    • Lol, I kind of have to agree. If it’s the same format every month (12 cookies) and most of the designs are pre-spoiled on the website, and the flavor doesn’t change or doesn’t change much, then would new reviews really add new information? I like seeing the Gramma in a Box reviews, conversely, as they do detail different activities and designs. 🙂 But maybe there are lots of people asking for this box to be reviewed, in which case it makes sense.

    • I agree same cookie, different design, nothing new to discover.

  5. Imma have to sub to this. My 9 and 3 yr old daughters always think your reviews of them looks delish!

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