​Bodies by Buttercream

​Inquires and orders can be placed by email, phone, text, or via facebook messaging.  

Bodies by Buttercream | Dunkirk, Maryland  | 518.728.7710 

What to order

​Forms of payment

Why aren't prices listed on this site, you ask?  The answer is really very simple.  Our products are all custom, handmade items.  They vary greatly in size and detail, which are the factors we take in to account when pricing our cookies.  As with anything, current prices of raw materials are also factored into our final pricing.  As a general rule, the majority of our decorated cookies range in price from $3.50 - $6 each.  Chocolate covered oreos, Linzer tarts, Cake pops, and Krispy treats are less expensive, but may not always be available.  Call us with your ideas, and we'll be happy to work within your budget and help you to find the perfect treat.

When to Order

Beautiful things take time to create.  The larger the order, the more time we'll need, but please place smaller orders no less than 10 days before your event.  Earlier is always better, as the baking calendar fills, and later orders must sometimes be turned away.  Short-notice orders will still be considered, but will incur a rush fee.


If you know exactly what you want, then the question is answered.  But if you don't, just contact us.  We'll be happy to make suggestions and work with you to get the perfect treat. There are virtually no limits on designs or subject matter. (barring copyrighted images)  A little brainstorming goes a long way!  With thousands of cookie cutters, and years of experience, we will come up with the perfect cookie for you.

Once your order has been accepted, we require a non-refundable deposit in order to hold your spot on our baking calendar.  A minimum deposit of 50% is required.  For large orders that are awaiting final RSVPs, a deposit amount will be quoted to you, generally 50% of what the total order is projected to be.  

Venmo is our preferred payment method, although we will accept cash and checks.

Placing an order

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