There has been a lot of drama circulating around Khloe Kardashian after a cheating scandal with boyfriend and father to Kardashian's first child, Tristan Thompson. The pair recently returned to Los Angeles with daughter True, after grandma, Kris Jenner, revealed that Khloe would no longer be staying in Cleveland

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Upon arriving back home Khloe received many gifts to welcome her home, such as balloons, stuffed bears, and of course, goodies! In fact, the cookies Khloe received had True Thompson's face, as well as her own. They were baked to perfection by Canadian bakers Scientific Sweets, which operates out of Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

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Kardashian shared the cookies on her Snapchat account, displaying the various cookies she received. Another photo on her Instagram stories showed just a single True cookie with a napkin reading "Welcome Home." 

Though the bakers are not currently taking order requests, owners Jennifer Strauman and Mary-Lou Vendivil decided that the exception had to be made. Normally it takes two weeks to prepare these deluxe cookies but Strauman and Vendivil managed to get them done in only four days. 

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The Canadian bakers are actually lab-technologists by day and run Scientific Sweets on the side. They have perfected luxe cookie decoration and with precise details. 

Their Instagram page is filled with various gourmet cookies, from "salty af" pretzels to Disney princesses to sports logos. It's really no surprise that after Kardashian's executive assistant put in an order the girls had to deliver for the A-list celebrity. 

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Considering the Kardashian-Jenner family already hangs out with other talented Canadians like Drake and Justin Bieber, it's cool to see them buy Canadian products also. 

Source: CTV

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