Get to Know Your Local Mrs. Fields Store

Sure, you love stopping in at your local Mrs. Fields store for a sweet treat while you’re out shopping, but did you know that your local store can also be a great resource for gifts?

Need a last-minute birthday gift idea? A dozen fresh-baked cookies wrapped and ready to go.

Surprising your team at work to thank them for a job well done? A variety of cookies is a thank you gift everybody loves.

Looking for a creative way to send an invitation? Have it written out on a Big Cookie Cake, your choice of color and characters (up to 20).

Need party favors for a big crowd? Sleeves of fresh Nibblers bite-sized cookies are perfect, fresh from the oven.

(Plus, you can always pick up a little something for yourself!)

Call ahead and plan your order, or stop in for last-minute needs. If you haven’t already, use our store locator to find a location near you and get to know them. It’s always good to have a friend in the cookie business!

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Small Cookies, Big News: Nibblers Cookies Are Coming to a Grocery Store Near You!

What’s bigger than big? Our big news about our Nibblers® Cookies, that’s what! Your favorite snackable, stackable cookies are available in grocery stores nationwide this spring! That’s right, our Nibblers® Cookies, the darlings of our catalogs, website, and stores can now become the darlings of your weekly grocery list. Check them out…


But wait, what’s that we spy? Is that a layer of rich, chocolate fudge on the bottom of each cookie? Yes, yes it is. You may need to sit down for these. Yes, sit down with a tall glass of milk and a fresh package of 15 cookies and contemplate how great your life just became, because all of our packaged Nibblers® Cookies are fudge dipped for ultimate cookie indulgence. And they are so delectably petite, there’s never any harm in indulging. So, pick up a package for your next book club, sleepover, or movie night. Better yet, get two.

Available Nibblers® Cookies flavors:
Milk Chocolate
Peanut Butter
Double Chocolate Fudge

Look for them on the cookie aisle at Kroger and other grocers this spring!

Happy Thanksgiving + Black Friday Special


From all of us at Mrs. Fields, we want to wish you a wonderful (and delicious) holiday! And congratulations to the winners of our Thanksgiving giveaway. Our grand prize winner came from this nomination:

I want to thank my amazing mom for all that she has done for me, and continues to do every day.

After my dad passed away very suddenly ten years ago my mom was crippled with an ungodly amount of medical debt resulting from the incident. Nearing her golden years when she should have been settling in to retirement, she had to go back to work to pay off all the debt, knowing that she’d have to work the rest of her life to pay it all off (all while dealing with the grief of losing her partner).

Two years ago, my husband and I finally became pregnant after years of trying when things suddenly took a terrible turn. It was a complicated pregnancy the entire way and we were told our little one (if she made it) could be mentally challenged, have heart defects, lung defects, possibly blind and/or deaf. We were at the mercy of fate, and I could only be comforted by the arms of the woman who had seen me through all of life’s challenges: my amazing mom.

Being a 2-income family by necessity, the idea of finding childcare for a special needs child became overwhelming, to say the least. It was an added stress that was weighing me down emotionally and financially… Then, my loving, thoughtful, never selfish mom came to me and declared that she had put in her notice at work and was going to stay home to be our “Granny Nanny!”

The day our daughter was born gave me new insight into the love my mom has felt for me all these years: undying, selfless and eternal. AND, knowing that our little one was going to be cared for by the most amazing person on earth gave us so much comfort that we were able to go back to work with peace of mind.

Here’s the happiest part of all: our daughter came out 100% healthy, and now she and Granny get to play and learn together all day long! They are the best of friends and I couldn’t be more thankful for the most amazing mom the world has to offer: mine!

And now for tomorrow’s fun–we have three fun offers for your Black Friday shopping!

In our stores:


And at a Walgreens near you:

Now go have a slice of pie!

What’s All The Screaming About?

It’s National Ice Cream month, that’s what! (Remember, I scream, you scream…) When temps hit their hottest, it’s time to cool down with rich, cold, creamy ice cream. Our delicious collaboration with Breyers is still going strong in the grocery freezer section: Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough (my favorite) and Chocolate Fudge Brownie (my other favorite). Find a store that sells these great flavors in your area.

If you’re an ice cream fan, here are some fun ideas and recipes to celebrate and stay cool:

Homemade Ice Cream in a Bag – A delicious activity to do with the kids.
Ice Cream Pies – Various concoctions for the coolest pies around.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups – A delicious way to serve ice cream to friends.
Cookie Dough Cookie Sundaes – My two favorites, combined.
Frozen Mini Mint Fudge Brownie Sandwiches – That’s a mouthful.  A delicious mouthful.
Homemade Creamsicles – You’ll never go back to store bought.
Mexican Hot Chocolate Sundaes – Just enough spice to keep it interesting.
Sweet Corn Ice Cream – Don’t knock it ’til you’ve tried it.

Now a question for you: What is your favorite ice cream flavor?

Recipe: Strawberry Banana Smoothie Packs

Mrs. Fields Secrets Smoothie Packs
Here’s a great idea for quick summer breakfasts and snacks that you can put together once and enjoy over and over again. Smoothie packs can help you take advantage of all the fresh produce coming your way this time of year. The key to these smoothie packs is taking your favorite yogurt (plain greek for me) and filling ice cube trays with it. After the yogurt is thoroughly frozen, pop the cubes out and add them to a freezer-safe bag with two cups of fresh, washed fruit and freeze until ready to use. Make as many packs as you like and pull them out whenever you need them. The frozen fruit and yogurt will give your smoothie an incredible creamy texture without having to use any ice. It’s delicious and easy!

Mrs. Fields Secrets Smoothie Packs

Strawberry Banana Smoothie Packs

for freezer:
1 cup strawberries washed and chopped
1 large banana, peeled and chopped
5 or 6 frozen yogurt cubes
1 freezer-safe bag

for smoothie:
1/2 cup milk
3 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla

Add fruit and yogurt cubes to a freezer-safe bag and freeze until use. For smoothies, combine entire bag of frozen fruit and yogurt in a blender with milk, sugar, and vanilla. Blend until smooth and serve immediately. Makes 2 large servings.

HINT: Use your favorite fruits and berries in your smoothie packs to create one-of-a-kind concoctions. Try using greens like spinach and kale for extra healthy options!

If you’re out on the go and craving a smoothie this summer, be sure to stop by one of our Mrs. Fields stores to pick up a fresh Breezer.

Mrs. Fields Breezer Smoothies

Recipe: Cinnamon Roll French Toast + A Limited Time Offer

Mrs. Fields Secrets Cinnamon Roll French Toast
If you’ve got a weakness for cinnamon rolls (as I do) and a love of French toast (as I do), then you’re going to go bananas for this recipe. It’s simple to put together, but oh so decadent. It bakes like a casserole and comes out puffy and light, part gooey cinnamon roll and part eggy, rich French toast. This is ideal for a weekend brunch. You can put it together the morning of, or prepare it the night before and allow the egg to really infuse into all the dough before baking. Serve it up with crushed pecans, raisins, and a drizzle of maple syrup, or straight out of the pan. You’re going to love this.

Cinnamon Roll French Toast Bake
adapted from Pillsbury

1/4 cup butter, melted
2 cans Pillsbury refrigerated cinnamon rolls with icing
6 eggs
1/2 heavy cream
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
2 teaspoons vanilla
3/4 cup maple syrup
1/2 cup chopped pecans (optional)
1/2 cup raisins (optional)

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Pour melted butter into a 9 x 13 baking dish. Remove cinnamon rolls from packaging and cut each roll into 8 wedges. Add wedges into buttered dish. In a medium mixing bowl, whisk eggs, cream, cinnamon, and vanilla together. Pour over cinnamon roll wedges. Drizzle syrup evenly over the entire mixture, then cover with foil. (At this point, you could refrigerate the dish overnight before baking.) Bake, covered, for 20 minutes, then remove foil and bake an additional 8-10 minutes until golden brown and puffy. Remove and immediately top with the icing, nuts, and raisins. Serves 12.

If you’re not up for making this dish, or you just can’t get enough cinnamon roll flavor, stop by your local Mrs. Fields® store for one of our exclusive Cinnamon Roll Cookies. But hurry, they’re only available for a limited time!

Cinnamon Roll Cookies

Back to School Budget Tips

It’s that time of year again! Break out your back-to-school shopping list, but avoid breaking the bank with a few smart tips:

Take inventory. You might have more supplies and clothing on-hand and leftover from previous years than you realize. Go through what you have before going shopping.

Make a list and stick to it. All the great back-to-school offers might tempt you to overbuy (and therefore overspend), so have a list to keep you on track and only spending money on what you need.

Get the better backpack. Nothing takes more of a beating during the school year than a backpack, and since all backpacks are on sale right now, choose a durable, high quality pack. Replacing a cheap backpack mid-year is expensive and frustrating.

Shop the ads. Pick up the Sunday newspaper and study the offers. You’ll find coupons for freebies, extra discounts, and the best dates to shop for the items you need. You might be surprised at where you’ll find the best deals.

Shop the back of the store first. When it comes to clothes shopping, always start in the back of the store on the clearance racks first. Take advantage of end-of-summer clearance sales on clothes that can transition into fall and winter.

Check online. For any supplies, but especially big ticket items like a new computer or a pair of designer jeans, check online to find the best price available. Some online retailers might have better prices, no taxes, extra offers, or free shipping. Just like your kids, it pays to do your homework!

Take time for a cookie. There are only so many years you’ll be back-to-school shopping, so don’t let the stress of the hustle and bustle keep you from enjoying the moment. Stop and smell the roses, or stop by for a cookie; whatever you do, savor the moment!

We’ve even got back-to-school discounts at our stores today or online for you, so check them out!

Recipe: Pumpkin Cookies with Caramel Frosting

MF Pumpkin Cookies

Pumpkin cookies are a cake-y, spicey, and a luscious tribute to everything great about autumn. I’ve never met someone who doesn’t like pumpkin cookies. (I hope I do someday. That will mean more pumpkin cookies for me!) This recipe is a classicwith a delicious twist—a thin layer of sweet caramel icing. The pumpkin, caramel, and spices come together for bite after bite of cookie joy, not to mention the occasional chocolate chip that pops up. Be careful with these, they may blow the top on your happiness ceiling. Make a batch today.

Pumpkin Cookies

1 cup butter, softened
1 cup brown sugar, packed
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
2 teaspoons vanilla
1 15-ounce can pumpkin pureé
3 cups flour
2 teaspoons baking soda
1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
2 teaspoons cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ginger
1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon salt

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large mixing bowl, mix butter until light and fluffy. Add sugars and mix until smooth and creamy. Add in eggs, followed by vanilla and pumpkin. In a separate bowl, combine the remaining dry ingredients and stir well. Slowly add the flour mixture into the pumpkin mixture until you have a light, fluffy batter. Finally, stir in the chocolate chips without over mixing. Drop rounded tablespoons on a prepared cookie sheet and bake for 12-14 minutes, or until the edge of cookies is golden brown. Remove to a cooling rack and ice with Caramel Frosting while barely warm.

Caramel Frosting

3 tablespoons butter
1/2 cup brown sugar (dark brown sugar will produce a richer caramel flavor)
1/4 cup heavy cream
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 cups powdered sugar

In a saucepan over medium heat, combine butter, cream, and brown sugar. Stir occasionally until mixture comes to a boil. Remove from heat and cool in the refrigerator. Once cooled, whip powdered sugar in 1/2 cup at a time until frosting reaches desired consistency. Frost onto still-warm pumpkin cookies.

Not in the mood for baking? Check out our classic Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookie at our participating stores for a limited time. Find your local store on our website.

Mrs. Fields Fan of the Week

Want to be our Mrs. Fields Fan of the Week?  Submit a photo of you interacting with the Mrs. Fields brand – Whether you’re eating one of our Mrs. Fields treats, holding a Mrs. Fields cup or browsing at one of our stores.

We will select one winner per week and they will be featured on our Mrs. Fields Facebook Fan Page under our Fan of the Week tab as well as on our blog.  Each winner will receive a free 24 Nibblers® Filigree Box.   A new winner will be featured every Tuesday of each week.


By participating in the Contest and submitting your entry, you unconditionally agree and authorize Mrs. Fields and anyone that it may authorize, to use, publish, display and otherwise use your submission, photograph or other likeness, biographical information and statements concerning the Contest for purposes of advertising and promotion and other marketing efforts without compensation to you.

Must-Have Snack

Rainbow Cookie Grocery

Have you tried one of our Rainbow Chocolate Chip Cookies? These cookies launched last year and have quickly made their way to our bestseller list. Inspired by the popular M&M® Sugar Butter cookies available in our franchise stores, these cookies are available in grocery and convenience stores across the country.

Rainbow Cookies C-Store

Loaded with mini M&M® candies and semi-sweet chocolate chips, these soft, luscious cookies are a must-have for your Friday snack. Look for them in these grocery and convenience stores and treat yourself today:

  • Walgreens
  • Kroger
  • Stop & Shop
  • Giant
  • Food Lion
  • The Pantry
  • Exxon Mobil
  • Hess
  • WAWA
  • Sunoco
  • Chevron
  • Texaco West
  • Pilot
  • Kum & Go
  • Circle K
  • Flying J

If your local store(s) aren’t listed, ask your local grocery manager to get them in!

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