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Mariah Carey's cookie line is available for delivery in the Twin Cities

All I want for Christmas is ... cookies.

The queen of Christmas has launched a line of cookies just in time for the holidays – and they're available for delivery in the Twin Cities. 

Yes, Mariah Carey, the artist who brought us the perfect song to belt out every Christmas ("All I Want For Christmas Is You," if you aren't familiar), now has her own cookie line called Mariah's Cookies. 

 “Yay, cookies! We love ‘em….love ‘em during the holidays…..love ‘em all year round!!" the music icon said in a news release announcing Mariah's Cookies. 

The delivery-only cookie brand won't be available in stores, but you can order them to be delivered in more than 30 cities, including Burnsville, Eden Prairie, Maple Grove, Minneapolis and St. Paul, according to Mariah's Cookies website. The cookies will be available in more cities come next year. 

Those on Santa's "nice list" (or even if you're not) can order the cookies on Mariah's Cookies website here and via most third-party delivery apps, including Grubhub, Door Dash, Postmates, UberEats and Seamless, the news release says. 

The cookies come in a ton of flavors, including chocolate chunk, triple chocolate chunk, Heath bar, lemon cooler, and spiced oatmeal raisin. There are also three holiday flavors – white chocolate cranberry, pumpkin and gingerbread. 

You can order the cookies in a box of a single flavor or an assortment. Six cookies will run you $11.99 and a 12-pack is $21.99, plus a delivery charge, taxes and fees, according to the website. 

For Mariah's Cookies, Carey partnered with restauranteur Robert Earl, who co-founded Virtual Dining Concepts – a bunch of delivery-only "virtual" brands that operate out of existing restaurant kitchens across the country.

“Mariah and I have chatted over the years about working together on a food business and, with her love of baking, cookies were a natural fit. As Mariah is synonymous with the holidays and celebration, we will make sure that her special holiday flavors are available not only for the holidays but year-round,” Earl said in a statement. 

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