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This fall and winter, as the coronavirus pandemic wears on, many of us will be separated from our loved ones during the holiday season. But that doesn't mean we can't let them know we're thinking of them—and send a bit of deliciousness from our hearts to theirs.

Specifically, a heart-shaped gesture of deliciousness from Mrs. Fields, the much-loved cookie company. This year, they've debuted the Heartfelt Holiday Gram, a nine-inch cookie cake that you can inscribe with a personalized message to delight the lucky recipient(s) of your choice. The cake is semi-sweet chocolate chip flavored and made without nuts. Currently, it retails for $39.99, but from November 29 until December 6, you can purchase it for 40% off in honor of National Cookie Day on December 4. In addition to this promotion, the Heartfelt Holiday Gram will be 25% off from November 22 through November 28, and then again starting December 7 until December 31—the discount may be slightly less but if the timing works better for your cookie-delivery needs, so be it. Already, we can think of a few people on our list who will be getting a cookie cake-gram in the coming weeks.

“For many, celebrating with loved ones this holiday season presents many unique challenges,” said Nelson Tejada, Chief Executive Officer of Mrs. Fields' parent company Famous Brands International, in a press release. “At Mrs. Fields, it is our mission to sweeten all of life’s little moments, and we are happy to offer our customers a way to show appreciation for their loved ones from afar. We hope to do our part to bring everyone a little piece of holiday cheer wherever they might be celebrating this year.”

To order your special holiday cookie cake, click here, or shop all of Mrs. Fields' offerings here.

We have a feeling we might throw in a cookie cake order for ourselves, too. You know, for quality assurance.