About Us

SkullCo Technology Solutions is an Information Technology consuting group based in Huntington Beach, California. As a business, we pride ourselves on the personal service that we provide to our clients. Several years ago, we began giving some of our clients handmade cookies and treats at the holidays, as a way of showing our appreciation.

We created a printed 'Cookie Guide' to help the recipients identify the various different varieties of treats. People enjoyed the cookie guide, but it was not possible to include information on every different cookie and treat that we made, and some also asked for the recipes to be included.

So we created this website to share our treats and recipes with our clients, and internet visitors alike. Unfortunately due to our ever-increasing workload, we don't have time to make cookies for our clients anymore, but we maintain this website due to it's overwhelming appeal throughout the year, and especially at the holidays. We hope that you enjoy our website, and have the opportunity to try some of the many different recipes that we have enjoyed making in past years.

To our clients and our guests, we wish everyone happiness - in the holiday season, and throughout the year.

SkullCo Technology Solutions
16787 Beach Boulevard #481 - Huntington Beach, CA 92647
714-847-3470 - www.skullco.com

Holiday Fun Facts:
  • More than 50,000 people are expected to attend 28 holiday parties at the White House in December 2009.
  • Christmas became a national holiday in America on June, 26, 1870.
  • In 1947, Toys for Tots organized its first Christmas toy drive for needy youngsters.
  • 92 volunteers from 24 states, as well as residence staff, spent 3,400 hours decorating the White House.
  • In 1843, "A Christmas Carol" was written by Charles Dickens in just six weeks.
  • There are more classic movies, productions, and songs played during Christmas than any other time of the year.
  • More than 50,000 people are expected to attend 28 holiday parties at the White House in December 2009.
  • In Japan, Santa is called "Santa no ojisan," which means "Uncle Santa."
  • Electric lights for trees were first used in the White House in 1895.
  • Electric lights for trees were first used in the White House in 1895.
Due to the number of varieties, cookies will vary by recipient. Please consult the recipes on this site for information on ingredients.