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Cookie Jar, 2.0
We always hoped someone would come along with a better cookie transportation technique than the ole' dish towel-as-satchel method. Enter, the CookieBox, a handcrafted, reusable raw pine box designed to get your daintiest baked goods safely to any destination.
Once you’ve arrived, simply slide the wooden top off to reveal 4 compartments—they're for keeping your stacks of cookies safe, but we don't mind that they also encourage packing a variety of flavors. We’ll even be keeping this box on the counter full-time, because unlike an open plate it keeps cookies protected from the elements so they stay whole a little longer. As long as you don’t eat them all right away, that is.
Photography by James Ransom
Details & Materials -
8” square x 4” deep
Care & Notes -
Line with parchment or wax paper before using. Hand-wash only.
Meet the Maker
When it comes to dessert, PieBox doesn't mess around. They sell just one thing (you guessed it), making them experts at their craft: simply designed wooden boxes, handmade in Chicago, that ensure pies everywhere reach their final destinations unharmed. This takes the emphasis off transporting pies, and puts it on enjoying them. Amen to that.View Full Profile
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