A top kitchen company have announced it is looking to employ a Cookie Connoisseur - and they pay rather well.
Reynolds Brands are offering $5,000 - that's close to £4,000 - for a person to come up with some zany recipes.
The winning bakes will feature in the brand's 21-day Cookie Countdown to 2021 so that means you have to get your skates on.
They need to hear from you by December 8 if you want the job and they need a sample of what's on offer.
Those keen must submit a cookie recipe that includes "an unexpected or wacky ingredient" to the company.
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The food firm want entries e-mailed to [email protected] - and they say it should include the recipe, a photo of the resulting cookies and a 250-word description of why they fit the bill.
Lisa Smith, senior vice president of marketing for Reynolds Brands, says this is the perfect role.
"The holidays may be filled with some uncertainty this year, but baking cookies always brings joy," she said.
"We're looking for a fun-loving baker to help us end this challenging year on a sweet note with a creative cookie countdown."
If you've got some off-beat ideas, why not get in touch?
Previously, we told you about a cookie tasting job that was listed online.
Company Border Biscuits’ “master biscuiteer” role pays an impressive £40,000 a year for 40 hours a week of work.
You get to come up with creative new cookie flavours and recipes in the role.
They need to be able to stand up against Border's beloved products, including the chocolatey cookies and butterscotch crunch biccies.
Winning applicants also get to try a lot of biscuits in their day to day life – it’s a tough job, but someone’s got to do it.
The successful candidate will also get other benefits, including 35 days of holiday and discounts with retailers an brands. Tasty!