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All we want for Christmas are Mariah Carey’s holiday cookies

Look out for the cookies on a delivery app near you.

Morgan Olsen
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Morgan Olsen

Lady Gaga isn't the only celebrity rolling out a line of custom cookies this winter. Singer-songwriter and Christmas hypewoman Mariah Carey announced today that she's launching a delivery-only cookie brand that will be available starting Friday, December 4 (just in time for National Cookie Day). A sweet collaboration with Virtual Dining Concepts and restaurateur Robert Earl, Mariah's Cookies will soon be available via Grubhub, Uber Eats, Postmates, Doordash and Seamless.

Why cookies? Why now? Carey had this to say in an official statement: "Yay, cookies! We love 'em... love 'em during the holidays... love 'em all year round!!"

Earl, who founded Planet Hollywood before co-founding Virtual Dining Concepts, filled in the blanks, explaining that he and Carey have talked about working together on a food business for years. Fueled by the superstar's love of sweets and baking, Mariah's Cookies was born into the virtual dining landscape of 2020.

Come December 4, the sugar-filled treats will be available in more than 30 major cities, including Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Seattle, Dallas and beyond. Fans will be able to scope out availability on the forthcoming Mariah's Cookies website. Offered by the half-dozen and dozen, the cookies come in flavors like lemon cooler, triple chocolate chunk, white chocolate-cranberry, pumpkin and gingerbread. To get a taste of everything, spring for the Try Them All box, which is loaded up with every flavor on offer.

What to pair with your box of chocolate chunk cookies? We have it on good authority that the sweet morsels taste even more festive when you have "All I Want for Christmas Is You" playing on a loop in the background.

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