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
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