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Aug 15, 2008 08:38 PM

Cookie Cake in LA

Is there anyplace I can get a cookie cake in LA other then the grossly overpriced $35 one at Mrs. Fields?

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  1. sadly that is the only place i have seen the delicious cookie cake, but some deli's like NAte n' Nals have very large chocolate chip cookies for a very good price if you don't mind decorating.

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    1. re: zoememel

      How large is large? And are they of the softer baked variety?

    2. Diddy Riese I believe does them.

      They're certainly cheaper at Ralph's (you can even taste test one there, and then pre-order with the greatest of ease)... not sure if Viktor Benes' still does them.

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      1. re: Emme

        Really? I don't recall Diddy Reese doing them.

        And as for Ralph's. No thanks. Someone once got a a Ralph's cookie cake for my birthday thinking I wouldn't notice the difference. Sadly the cookie was dry and crumbly. The whole time I was eating it confused, but smiling, thinking Mrs. Field's must have been baking drunk off cooking sherry.

        I'll have to look into Viktor Bene's. I live around the corner.

      2. I know this post is 4 years old but this is what my son has requested for his birthday this year "A Giant Cookie Cake" . I found some mail order ones on line and Mrs. Fields has one and four years later it is now $45.00. Does anyone know anywhere else I can find something fresh like this in Los Angeles in 2012? Thanks!

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          1. re: wienermobile

            this will sound weird... but you could ask BJ's brewhouse to make you something? Like three Pizookies on top of one another? ( then You add the frosting)

            1. re: JackonCrack

              Thanks, I actually thought of that but I don't think It will travel well. They are meant to be eaten there hot with all the ice cream and topings.

              1. re: wienermobile

                I know (for instance) that Jamaica's Cakes on Pico in WLA makes a cake that they bake cookies into. Whether they would make you a "cookie" only cake I don't know but it might be worth a phone call:

                    1. re: ipsedixit

                      One other place I found: - hopefully this thread will serve as the future "cookie cake" resource center for the LA CH board...(g)

                      1. re: Servorg

                        Servog and ipsedixit have you tried these bakeries products?

                          1. re: ipsedixit

                            I have had other things from Jamaica's Cakes that have been quite good. No to the cookie cake place I found in LB.

                          2. re: wienermobile

                            Snookies is really good. VERY Buttery. Very, But good. They're kind of the "gift basket" of choice in offices in Burbank/Glendale, so I;ve had my fair share.

                            They DO do the 'Cookie cake" because I've seen it when I've gone in (they give free samples at the retail front)

                  1. re: wienermobile

                    Cookie Casa is very accommodating and although it's not on their menu if you e-mail them they might be able to do this.


                1. re: wienermobile

                  FYI, Xtreme Desserts (the whoopie-pie like Cookie place, SO GOOD) will make Cookie Cakes as well. They're more like their cookies (half cookie, half whoopie pie) than just straight cookies, but the owner is a peach and you could probably explain what's wanted