Free Cookies for You!

We’re running an incredible promotion right now that I hope you’ll take advantage. If you refer three of your friends to our email list (and they accept the invitation), you get a tin full of cookies sent right to your door for FREE! Amazing, huh? And that’s just the beginning—the more people you refer, the bigger the prize.

Just for the record and your  peace of mind, we never sell our email list to anybody, so an email from Mrs. Fields Gifts will not result in seventeen thousand emails from random companies you’ve never heard about. We send out periodic emails about our current sales or promotions–that’s all. And of course, your friends that get referred can also get free cookies by referring their friends, too!

**This promotion has now ended. Thanks to everyone for an amazing response!**

Birthday Sale for Blog Readers Continues

Sweetest Slice box

Sweetest Slice box

Guess how many birthday gifts I had to buy last week alone? Two! It’s true—there are historically more births (and therefore, birthdays) in August and September than any other months.

I sent both of my birthday friends the Sweetest Slice Box. The presentation is fabulous and it’s perfect for any age, boy, girl, man, woman alike. I like to say it’s like having your cake and cookie, too.

Our exclusive birthday sale for blog readers is still going on. Browse our entire collection of Birthday Gifts and use code BBDAY20 at checkout for 20% off any item in the collection!

Now tell me, whose birthdays are you celebrating this month?

Tonight's the Night! See us on Unwrapped

Pizza Cookie Cake

Pizza Cookie Cake

Three important things I hope you don’t forget!

1. Tonight our Pizza Cookie Cake is being featured on Food Network’s popular show Unwrapped! Look for the episode entitled “Midnight Munchies” scheduled to air at 8:30 pm EST. Set your timer, your DVR, your curlers, and anything else you deem necessary, but don’t miss it. You’ll get a fascinating peek at our state-of-the-art bakery, some of our wonderful staff, and the star of the show–the Pizza Cookie Cake.

2. In honor of our BIG television appearance, and BIG excitement, you can still purchase our Pizza Cookie Cakes (and any of our other Big Cookie Cakes) and get FREE shipping! That’s a BIG $15 value for you. Follow the links provided or use code FCCS at checkout.

3. We have the best customers/blog readers in the world and thought you should know that we think you’re absolutely wonderful, the best of the best, and the reason we love to do what we do. We love sharing it with you.

That’s all for now. Have a great Monday and don’t forget to watch. After the episode, be sure to let us know what you think!

Watch Us on Unwrapped!

Pizza Cookie Cake

Pizza Cookie Cake

Pop some popcorn and grab a comfy spot on the couch because it’s time to watch the latest TV star from the Mrs. Fields family shine—our Pizza Cookie Cake! Cleverly designed and absolutely delicious, our Pizza Cookie Cake has become a runaway bestseller and the go-to care package to send to hard working students.

Go behind the scenes to see how this delectable treat is created and packaged on Food Network’s popular show, Unwrapped. We’re part of the episode titled “Midnight Munchies” that will premiere Monday, August 16th at 8:30 ET.  Be sure to watch it or set your DVR, then let us know what you think!

Just for fun, we’re offering a special offer on our Pizza Cookie Cake for blog readers! Order our Pizza Cookie Cake (or any of our Big Cookie Cakes) for someone you love and receive FREE shipping! (That’s a $15 value!) In fact, you could order one for yourself, too—it will make a great a great snack while you’re watching Unwrapped on TV!

(The discount is automatically applied if you use the provided links. Otherwise, use code FCCS at checkout. Offer applies to standard shipping only.)

New TCBY in Sugarhouse, Utah

Did you know that TCBY is part of the Mrs. Fields family? It’s true!

Last week, we celebrated a grand re-opening of our Sugarhouse, Utah store complete with a swanky new look and a new way to experience our famous yogurt. Customers now enjoy self-serve yogurt and toppings, creating their own unique concoctions and paying by the ounce. It’s the perfect place to gather with friends and enjoy a healthy treat. If you loved TCBY before, you’re going to love it even more. Check out the new digs:

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If you’re in the area, stop in and see us! I promise, you’ll love it!

Join Mrs. Fields on Facebook and Twitter!

Hey, haven’t I seen you around before? I mean, around the Internet? It seems everybody has their favorite spot on the Internet, and their favorite form of social networking, be it blogging, or Facebook, or Twitter. And just because we love you (you know we love you, don’t you?), we’re available wherever you prefer!

Become a friend of Mrs. Fields Gifts on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter (@mrsfieldsgifts) and get updates on all of our blog posts, recipes, baking and gifting tips, plus first dibs on secret sales, and even exclusive discounts! I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Being friends with Mrs. Fields is a very good thing.

To prove it, follow the links above and get an exclusive discount, good for 15% off your entire order at

See you around (the Internet), my friends!

America's Favorite Past Time & America's Favorite Cookies

Let’s travel back to the 1970s in Oakland, California. (Do you have your feathered hair and bell bottoms ready?) There we’ll find a young Debbi Sivyer, Oakland A’s ball girl and cookie hobbyist. Debbi often brought her soon-to-be-famous chocolate chip cookies to the umpires during the game. The A’s were building a baseball dynasty, and Debbi was on her way to build a cookie dynasty too.

You know what they say, the rest is history.

If you’re in Oakland, you can revisit the past with us this weekend at Saturday’s A’s game. We’re turning back the clock with the Oakland A’s on June 26th, serving up our famous cookies at the umpires meeting at home plate for old time’s sake. We’re also surprising a lucky section of fans with free cookies. That’s what we call a guaranteed win.

If you’re in the Oakland area, we hope to see you there!

End-of-School Thanks

This time of year, when the school year draws to a close, it seems that there are so many people to thank.

Embossed Personal Tin

Embossed Personal Tin

There’s the science teacher who went above and beyond all year long, and the administration office who let you know when lunch money had been forgotten. All ninety-eight times.

Sleek Stripes Thank You Tin

Sleek Stripes Thank You Tin

There’s the bus driver who circled the block every time you stuck a “one more minute” finger out the door, or when a much-needed orchestra instrument was mistakenly left on the kitchen counter.

World of Thanks Box

World of Thanks Box

There’s the art teacher who discovered latent talent, a shy desire, and pushed for growth that could have been overlooked.

Big Cookie Cake

Big Cookie Cake

And, of course, there’s your soccer/baseball/dance/gymnastics/lacrosse carpool drivers, who maintained an intricate transportation schedule, matched only by air traffic controllers.

Here’s to everybody who made a successful school year and for a long, relaxing summer!

25 Summer Activities

  1. Perfect your poolside zen
  2. Help the kids make a lemonade stand
  3. Take early morning walks
  4. Frequent farmers markets
  5. Build a sandcastle
  6. Take a hike
  7. Attend an outdoor concert
  8. Host a summer BBQ
  9. Sit in a cool theater for an afternoon movie
  10. Build a fort out of blankets with the kids and have a sleepover
  11. Make s’mores around a campfire
  12. Eat ice cream cones
  13. Stroll Saturday morning yard sales
  14. Ride in a convertible
  15. Go to the beach
  16. Go to the mountains for an evening hike
  17. Fish a mountain lake
  18. Organize a street party and dance
  19. Have a water fight
  20. Star gaze
  21. Catch fireflies
  22. Have a salad potluck
  23. Treat yourself to a pedicure
  24. Spend at least one night in a tent
  25. Lie in a hammock with a book

A Sweet Story

It started with a caring teacher, Ms. Parker, who always refers to the students in her class as “smart cookies.” For Teacher Appreciation Week, each class decorated a door for their teacher. Ms. Parker’s class had no trouble at all coming up with an idea for their door.

That’s Aly Starbuck there. She’s one of the smart cookies.

Let’s zoom in for the close up, shall we?

So adorable!

We caught wind of this story and it thrilled us because we love teachers. And we love smart little creative cookies who do nice things for their teachers. So, we decided to surprise all of them with some gourmet goodies. Rumor has it that it took three students to carry this basket of cookies and brownies down the hall to the classroom.

But wait, the story gets sweeter. Much to our delight, we got our own surprise a few days later–hand-written cards and pictures from Ms. Parker’s class, thanking us for the surprise. It brightened the entire office!

Kindness begets kindness begets kindness begets kindness. It’s quite simple, isn’t it?

A big Thank You to Ms. Parker and her entire first grade class of smart cookies at Viewmont Elementary School! Keep up the good work.

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