Alpharetta bakery looks to make staying home a little sweeter with DIY cookie kits

It’s a Sweet Life Bakery in Alpharetta’s Halcyon development is now selling to-go DIY cookie making kits

If you’re looking to make staying at home a little sweeter, an Alpharetta bakery may be able to help.

The kits, which range from $25-$30, come in a couple different varieties, but include everything needed to decorate your own batch of freshly made cookies.

Currently, the kits are available in “unicorns and rainbows” and “surfing” themes. Each box includes a dozen freshly baked sugar cookies in three different shapes, three colors of icing, sprinkles and instructions.

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The kits, billed as being “perfect for a quarantine snack or activities fix,” are available through a no contact, curbside pick up. Orders, which require a 24-hour notice, are available for pick up between 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

The bakery is also selling a Easter edition of the kit, which features more shapes and colors of icing for $30. The themes  of the standard kit will be switched up weekly, according to the bakery's website.

Amid the coronavirus outbreak, the boutique bakery is continuing to take orders for future events, according to its website.

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The cookie kits are among various creative efforts local businesses are taking to stay afloat as most of the population is hunkering down indoors.

Credit: Courtesy of It's A Sweet Life

Credit: Courtesy of It's A Sweet Life

David Silver, Halcyon’s general manager, said in a statement last week that many of the businesses “are quickly adapting” to continue serving their customers.

“As is the case with restaurants and retailers across the country, the local businesses at Halcyon are quickly adapting to continue serving the Forsyth County community, while keeping everyone’s health top of mind. We are in close contact with our tenants who remain open and working together to support them at this time,” Silver said in the statement.