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Courtesy of Insomnia Cookies

If you've had Insomnia Cookies, you know they're some of the best cookies in the country. Since many people are in self-quarantine, the bakery chain is expanding its delivery radius, and a driver will bring cookies to you for free.

To see if your home is within the new local delivery radius, head to Insomnia Cookies' website and enter your address. If it is, fill your online cart with at least $6 worth of cookies and use the code "BRINGCOOKIES" at checkout. You can also choose to meet the delivery person at your door or outside your building, or have them drop the goods off at the door to limit contact. Local delivery is available until 2:45 a.m. at most locations.

If you don't have an Insomnia Cookies location where you live or you want to send cookies to someone you love, you can buy a box of 12 individually wrapped traditional cookies for $12 and have them shipped at the usual local rate, which is $7.99. You'll be saving about $18. Just enter the code "[email protected]" at checkout. The order will arrive in two to five business days, depending on location.

If you need something to eat before diving into dessert, other chains like Chipotle, Chili's and Red Lobster are offering free delivery nationwide, and third-party services like Uber Eats and DoorDash are delivering meals from local restaurants at no extra fee. To see the full list that we're continuously updating, click here.


Insomnia Cookies uses Irish potatoes, a Philly tradition, as inspiration for new flavor

Courtesy of/Insomnia Cookies

Insomnia Cookies is turning a seasonal Philly food into a cookie. Irish potato candies are the inspiration behind a new springtime flavor available nationwide.

In Philadelphia, seeing boxes of Irish potatoes in stores and at your friends and family's houses leading up to St. Patrick's Day is common.

The seasonal candy – which is neither Irish nor a potato – is a regional food. They're usually made from coconut-flavored cream filling (sometimes cream cheese) and coconut flakes that are formed into small, bite-sized shapes and then rolled in cinnamon to give the appearance of tiny potatoes plucked from the ground.

RELATED: Kid-friendly virtual cooking class offered in March by 12th Street Catering | International Women's Day dinner features dishes from women-led restaurants

If you go outside of the Philly area, you may have a hard time explaining the St. Patrick's Day favorite, which originated in the city probably in the 1800s.

But Insomnia Cookies, which has Philly roots, is up for the challenge of bringing the joy of Irish potatoes across the country.

Insomnia's spin on the treat is a snickerdoodle cookie with coconut flakes and cream cheese chips. The Irish Potato Cookie is currently available nationwide, in-store and for delivery, for a limited time.

On Monday, March 8, Insomnia also is releasing two more springtime cookies. The Confetti Cookie is a sugar cookie covered with colorful sprinkles and the Carrot Cake Cookie is a spiced cookie with carrot shreds and raisins.

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Insomnia Cookies uses Irish potatoes, a Philly tradition, as inspiration for new flavor

Courtesy of/Insomnia Cookies

Insomnia Cookies is turning a seasonal Philly food into a cookie. Irish potato candies are the inspiration behind a new springtime flavor available nationwide.

In Philadelphia, seeing boxes of Irish potatoes in stores and at your friends and family's houses leading up to St. Patrick's Day is common.

The seasonal candy – which is neither Irish nor a potato – is a regional food. They're usually made from coconut-flavored cream filling (sometimes cream cheese) and coconut flakes that are formed into small, bite-sized shapes and then rolled in cinnamon to give the appearance of tiny potatoes plucked from the ground.

RELATED: Kid-friendly virtual cooking class offered in March by 12th Street Catering | International Women's Day dinner features dishes from women-led restaurants

If you go outside of the Philly area, you may have a hard time explaining the St. Patrick's Day favorite, which originated in the city probably in the 1800s.

But Insomnia Cookies, which has Philly roots, is up for the challenge of bringing the joy of Irish potatoes across the country.

Insomnia's spin on the treat is a snickerdoodle cookie with coconut flakes and cream cheese chips. The Irish Potato Cookie is currently available nationwide, in-store and for delivery, for a limited time.

On Monday, March 8, Insomnia also is releasing two more springtime cookies. The Confetti Cookie is a sugar cookie covered with colorful sprinkles and the Carrot Cake Cookie is a spiced cookie with carrot shreds and raisins.

Follow Sinéad & PhillyVoice on Twitter: @sineadpatrice | @thePhillyVoice
Like us on Facebook: PhillyVoice
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Insomnia Cookies uses Irish potatoes, a Philly tradition, as inspiration for new flavor

Courtesy of/Insomnia Cookies

Insomnia Cookies is turning a seasonal Philly food into a cookie. Irish potato candies are the inspiration behind a new springtime flavor available nationwide.

In Philadelphia, seeing boxes of Irish potatoes in stores and at your friends and family's houses leading up to St. Patrick's Day is common.

The seasonal candy – which is neither Irish nor a potato – is a regional food. They're usually made from coconut-flavored cream filling (sometimes cream cheese) and coconut flakes that are formed into small, bite-sized shapes and then rolled in cinnamon to give the appearance of tiny potatoes plucked from the ground.

RELATED: Kid-friendly virtual cooking class offered in March by 12th Street Catering | International Women's Day dinner features dishes from women-led restaurants

If you go outside of the Philly area, you may have a hard time explaining the St. Patrick's Day favorite, which originated in the city probably in the 1800s.

But Insomnia Cookies, which has Philly roots, is up for the challenge of bringing the joy of Irish potatoes across the country.

Insomnia's spin on the treat is a snickerdoodle cookie with coconut flakes and cream cheese chips. The Irish Potato Cookie is currently available nationwide, in-store and for delivery, for a limited time.

On Monday, March 8, Insomnia also is releasing two more springtime cookies. The Confetti Cookie is a sugar cookie covered with colorful sprinkles and the Carrot Cake Cookie is a spiced cookie with carrot shreds and raisins.

Follow Sinéad & PhillyVoice on Twitter: @sineadpatrice | @thePhillyVoice
Like us on Facebook: PhillyVoice
Add Sinéad's RSS feed to your feed reader
Have a news tip? Let us know.


Insomnia Cookies uses Irish potatoes, a Philly tradition, as inspiration for new flavor

Courtesy of/Insomnia Cookies

Insomnia Cookies is turning a seasonal Philly food into a cookie. Irish potato candies are the inspiration behind a new springtime flavor available nationwide.

In Philadelphia, seeing boxes of Irish potatoes in stores and at your friends and family's houses leading up to St. Patrick's Day is common.

The seasonal candy – which is neither Irish nor a potato – is a regional food. They're usually made from coconut-flavored cream filling (sometimes cream cheese) and coconut flakes that are formed into small, bite-sized shapes and then rolled in cinnamon to give the appearance of tiny potatoes plucked from the ground.

RELATED: Kid-friendly virtual cooking class offered in March by 12th Street Catering | International Women's Day dinner features dishes from women-led restaurants

If you go outside of the Philly area, you may have a hard time explaining the St. Patrick's Day favorite, which originated in the city probably in the 1800s.

But Insomnia Cookies, which has Philly roots, is up for the challenge of bringing the joy of Irish potatoes across the country.

Insomnia's spin on the treat is a snickerdoodle cookie with coconut flakes and cream cheese chips. The Irish Potato Cookie is currently available nationwide, in-store and for delivery, for a limited time.

On Monday, March 8, Insomnia also is releasing two more springtime cookies. The Confetti Cookie is a sugar cookie covered with colorful sprinkles and the Carrot Cake Cookie is a spiced cookie with carrot shreds and raisins.

Follow Sinéad & PhillyVoice on Twitter: @sineadpatrice | @thePhillyVoice
Like us on Facebook: PhillyVoice
Add Sinéad's RSS feed to your feed reader
Have a news tip? Let us know.


Insomnia Cookies uses Irish potatoes, a Philly tradition, as inspiration for new flavor

Courtesy of/Insomnia Cookies

Insomnia Cookies is turning a seasonal Philly food into a cookie. Irish potato candies are the inspiration behind a new springtime flavor available nationwide.

In Philadelphia, seeing boxes of Irish potatoes in stores and at your friends and family's houses leading up to St. Patrick's Day is common.

The seasonal candy – which is neither Irish nor a potato – is a regional food. They're usually made from coconut-flavored cream filling (sometimes cream cheese) and coconut flakes that are formed into small, bite-sized shapes and then rolled in cinnamon to give the appearance of tiny potatoes plucked from the ground.

RELATED: Kid-friendly virtual cooking class offered in March by 12th Street Catering | International Women's Day dinner features dishes from women-led restaurants

If you go outside of the Philly area, you may have a hard time explaining the St. Patrick's Day favorite, which originated in the city probably in the 1800s.

But Insomnia Cookies, which has Philly roots, is up for the challenge of bringing the joy of Irish potatoes across the country.

Insomnia's spin on the treat is a snickerdoodle cookie with coconut flakes and cream cheese chips. The Irish Potato Cookie is currently available nationwide, in-store and for delivery, for a limited time.

On Monday, March 8, Insomnia also is releasing two more springtime cookies. The Confetti Cookie is a sugar cookie covered with colorful sprinkles and the Carrot Cake Cookie is a spiced cookie with carrot shreds and raisins.

Follow Sinéad & PhillyVoice on Twitter: @sineadpatrice | @thePhillyVoice
Like us on Facebook: PhillyVoice
Add Sinéad's RSS feed to your feed reader
Have a news tip? Let us know.


Insomnia Cookies uses Irish potatoes, a Philly tradition, as inspiration for new flavor

Courtesy of/Insomnia Cookies

Insomnia Cookies is turning a seasonal Philly food into a cookie. Irish potato candies are the inspiration behind a new springtime flavor available nationwide.

In Philadelphia, seeing boxes of Irish potatoes in stores and at your friends and family's houses leading up to St. Patrick's Day is common.

The seasonal candy – which is neither Irish nor a potato – is a regional food. They're usually made from coconut-flavored cream filling (sometimes cream cheese) and coconut flakes that are formed into small, bite-sized shapes and then rolled in cinnamon to give the appearance of tiny potatoes plucked from the ground.

RELATED: Kid-friendly virtual cooking class offered in March by 12th Street Catering | International Women's Day dinner features dishes from women-led restaurants

If you go outside of the Philly area, you may have a hard time explaining the St. Patrick's Day favorite, which originated in the city probably in the 1800s.

But Insomnia Cookies, which has Philly roots, is up for the challenge of bringing the joy of Irish potatoes across the country.

Insomnia's spin on the treat is a snickerdoodle cookie with coconut flakes and cream cheese chips. The Irish Potato Cookie is currently available nationwide, in-store and for delivery, for a limited time.

On Monday, March 8, Insomnia also is releasing two more springtime cookies. The Confetti Cookie is a sugar cookie covered with colorful sprinkles and the Carrot Cake Cookie is a spiced cookie with carrot shreds and raisins.

Follow Sinéad & PhillyVoice on Twitter: @sineadpatrice | @thePhillyVoice
Like us on Facebook: PhillyVoice
Add Sinéad's RSS feed to your feed reader
Have a news tip? Let us know.


Insomnia Cookies uses Irish potatoes, a Philly tradition, as inspiration for new flavor

Courtesy of/Insomnia Cookies

Insomnia Cookies is turning a seasonal Philly food into a cookie. Irish potato candies are the inspiration behind a new springtime flavor available nationwide.

In Philadelphia, seeing boxes of Irish potatoes in stores and at your friends and family's houses leading up to St. Patrick's Day is common.

The seasonal candy – which is neither Irish nor a potato – is a regional food. They're usually made from coconut-flavored cream filling (sometimes cream cheese) and coconut flakes that are formed into small, bite-sized shapes and then rolled in cinnamon to give the appearance of tiny potatoes plucked from the ground.

RELATED: Kid-friendly virtual cooking class offered in March by 12th Street Catering | International Women's Day dinner features dishes from women-led restaurants

If you go outside of the Philly area, you may have a hard time explaining the St. Patrick's Day favorite, which originated in the city probably in the 1800s.

But Insomnia Cookies, which has Philly roots, is up for the challenge of bringing the joy of Irish potatoes across the country.

Insomnia's spin on the treat is a snickerdoodle cookie with coconut flakes and cream cheese chips. The Irish Potato Cookie is currently available nationwide, in-store and for delivery, for a limited time.

On Monday, March 8, Insomnia also is releasing two more springtime cookies. The Confetti Cookie is a sugar cookie covered with colorful sprinkles and the Carrot Cake Cookie is a spiced cookie with carrot shreds and raisins.

Follow Sinéad & PhillyVoice on Twitter: @sineadpatrice | @thePhillyVoice
Like us on Facebook: PhillyVoice
Add Sinéad's RSS feed to your feed reader
Have a news tip? Let us know.


Insomnia Cookies uses Irish potatoes, a Philly tradition, as inspiration for new flavor

Courtesy of/Insomnia Cookies

Insomnia Cookies is turning a seasonal Philly food into a cookie. Irish potato candies are the inspiration behind a new springtime flavor available nationwide.

In Philadelphia, seeing boxes of Irish potatoes in stores and at your friends and family's houses leading up to St. Patrick's Day is common.

The seasonal candy – which is neither Irish nor a potato – is a regional food. They're usually made from coconut-flavored cream filling (sometimes cream cheese) and coconut flakes that are formed into small, bite-sized shapes and then rolled in cinnamon to give the appearance of tiny potatoes plucked from the ground.

RELATED: Kid-friendly virtual cooking class offered in March by 12th Street Catering | International Women's Day dinner features dishes from women-led restaurants

If you go outside of the Philly area, you may have a hard time explaining the St. Patrick's Day favorite, which originated in the city probably in the 1800s.

But Insomnia Cookies, which has Philly roots, is up for the challenge of bringing the joy of Irish potatoes across the country.

Insomnia's spin on the treat is a snickerdoodle cookie with coconut flakes and cream cheese chips. The Irish Potato Cookie is currently available nationwide, in-store and for delivery, for a limited time.

On Monday, March 8, Insomnia also is releasing two more springtime cookies. The Confetti Cookie is a sugar cookie covered with colorful sprinkles and the Carrot Cake Cookie is a spiced cookie with carrot shreds and raisins.

Follow Sinéad & PhillyVoice on Twitter: @sineadpatrice | @thePhillyVoice
Like us on Facebook: PhillyVoice
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Insomnia Cookies uses Irish potatoes, a Philly tradition, as inspiration for new flavor

Courtesy of/Insomnia Cookies

Insomnia Cookies is turning a seasonal Philly food into a cookie. Irish potato candies are the inspiration behind a new springtime flavor available nationwide.

In Philadelphia, seeing boxes of Irish potatoes in stores and at your friends and family's houses leading up to St. Patrick's Day is common.

The seasonal candy – which is neither Irish nor a potato – is a regional food. They're usually made from coconut-flavored cream filling (sometimes cream cheese) and coconut flakes that are formed into small, bite-sized shapes and then rolled in cinnamon to give the appearance of tiny potatoes plucked from the ground.

RELATED: Kid-friendly virtual cooking class offered in March by 12th Street Catering | International Women's Day dinner features dishes from women-led restaurants

If you go outside of the Philly area, you may have a hard time explaining the St. Patrick's Day favorite, which originated in the city probably in the 1800s.

But Insomnia Cookies, which has Philly roots, is up for the challenge of bringing the joy of Irish potatoes across the country.

Insomnia's spin on the treat is a snickerdoodle cookie with coconut flakes and cream cheese chips. The Irish Potato Cookie is currently available nationwide, in-store and for delivery, for a limited time.

On Monday, March 8, Insomnia also is releasing two more springtime cookies. The Confetti Cookie is a sugar cookie covered with colorful sprinkles and the Carrot Cake Cookie is a spiced cookie with carrot shreds and raisins.

Follow Sinéad & PhillyVoice on Twitter: @sineadpatrice | @thePhillyVoice
Like us on Facebook: PhillyVoice
Add Sinéad's RSS feed to your feed reader
Have a news tip? Let us know.


Insomnia Cookies uses Irish potatoes, a Philly tradition, as inspiration for new flavor

Courtesy of/Insomnia Cookies

Insomnia Cookies is turning a seasonal Philly food into a cookie. Irish potato candies are the inspiration behind a new springtime flavor available nationwide.

In Philadelphia, seeing boxes of Irish potatoes in stores and at your friends and family's houses leading up to St. Patrick's Day is common.

The seasonal candy – which is neither Irish nor a potato – is a regional food. They're usually made from coconut-flavored cream filling (sometimes cream cheese) and coconut flakes that are formed into small, bite-sized shapes and then rolled in cinnamon to give the appearance of tiny potatoes plucked from the ground.

RELATED: Kid-friendly virtual cooking class offered in March by 12th Street Catering | International Women's Day dinner features dishes from women-led restaurants

If you go outside of the Philly area, you may have a hard time explaining the St. Patrick's Day favorite, which originated in the city probably in the 1800s.

But Insomnia Cookies, which has Philly roots, is up for the challenge of bringing the joy of Irish potatoes across the country.

Insomnia's spin on the treat is a snickerdoodle cookie with coconut flakes and cream cheese chips. The Irish Potato Cookie is currently available nationwide, in-store and for delivery, for a limited time.

On Monday, March 8, Insomnia also is releasing two more springtime cookies. The Confetti Cookie is a sugar cookie covered with colorful sprinkles and the Carrot Cake Cookie is a spiced cookie with carrot shreds and raisins.

Follow Sinéad & PhillyVoice on Twitter: @sineadpatrice | @thePhillyVoice
Like us on Facebook: PhillyVoice
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