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Acquire the sweetness of life through IBC Cookie Jar

Whether for ministering, a fun Family Home Evening or an easy date, the Integrated Business Core group Cookie Jar is prepared.

Located in the Science and Technology Center and open every day from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Cookie Jar sells handcrafted cookie mix. These jars are filled with almost everything a student needs to make a batch of cookies. With only one egg and a little bit of butter, students can enjoy ooey-gooey chocolate chip cookies.

“We want to give our customers an experience,” said Ana Romagna, a senior studying business management and one of the CEOs of Cookie Jar. “It’s so easy and convenient. The cookie jars are a way to connect with other people.”

They have two main flavors: Chocolate Chip and M&M. There are limited-time flavors as well, such as Sugar Mama.

Each jar of ingredients costs $8. Students can return and refill the jars for a reduced price of $5. Each jar makes 24 to 30 cookies, allowing students to share with their friends and family.

With a company mission to, “Inspire lasting relationships within our community by supplying opportunities to gather together and enjoy the sweetness of life,” Cookie Jar strives to bring smiles to students’ faces and tummies.

To follow Cookie Jar, check out their Instagram.

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