LINCOLN, Calif., Oct. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- My Cookie Plate, Inc. announced today the immediate availability of its new gift product – a colorful book, a web interactive traveling plate, and a recipe sharing website which allow users to adopt and track the uniquely identified character dish that travels among friends delivering sweets and collecting recipes. This fun combination of tradition and technology make the perfect gift item for holiday shoppers looking to purchase an exceptional gift for family or friends.
My Cookie Plate combines the age old tradition of treat giving and recipe sharing with the modern world of the internet in an enjoyably interactive fashion. More than that, the book is colorful and enjoyable. The My Cookie Plate adventure pack includes:
- One characterized traveling cookie plate. (11 inches/ shatter resistant melamine)
- The illustrated hardback storybook My Cookie Plate Adventure
- A lifetime membership to the dynamic recipe website www.MyCookiePlate.com.
My Cookie Plate owners name and adopt their plate on the website MyCookiePlate.com, where they also plan their cookie plate adventure. They choose whether they will send their plate to family and friends and have it return home, or send it on an endless freestyle adventure. Each time the plate travels or a collects a recipe, the owners are emailed an update. Plate owners can also use the website to store and collect their own recipes.
A public recipe search allows visitors to search the recipes collected by all the traveling cookie plates.
The My Cookie Plate product demo video available at http://youtu.be/TdCNwL6gxLA explains the use of the product and website.
My Cookie Plate Adventure is a colorful and lyrical story that celebrates the many reasons and seasons to share a plate of yummy treats with family and friends. The colorful artwork and rhyming text keep readers amused while showing the inspiration behind the traveling cookie plate and revealing a fun set of cookie plate rules.
Every cookie plate has a unique adventure. Achievement badges help to distinguish a cookie plate for traveling, collecting recipes, and celebrating events or holidays. For example, if a plate collects a recipe containing chocolate, it will earn the Cha Cha Chocolate award. There are currently over 100 badges available to earn.
A plate emails its owners each time it travels, collects a recipe, or earns an achievement badge. Plate owners can share their adventure on social sites like Facebook and Twitter by simply clicking the links provided.
"Our family has had so much fun sharing our cookie plate," said Dianna Tigerton, a mother of three. "It's a great way to spend some time together and give to others while having fun."
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