Here's what Katy Perry really thinks of Taylor Swift's chocolate chip cookies

If you're a dedicated celeb watcher, or even a casual one, you're probably well aware that pop chanteuses Katy Perry and Taylor Swift have been carrying out a famous feud for what seems like forever. Finally, though, it seems both ladies have come to the realization that acting like you're still in middle school when that milestone is 15 to 20 years in your rearview mirror is just, like, so uncool.

While their reconciliation may have kicked off with Perry sending Swift an actual olive branch, then later appearing dressed as a hamburger in Swift's aptly-named "You Need to Calm Down" video, it was yet another food item that evidently sealed the deal on their new friendship. Yes, nothing says "I no longer hate you" like a big plate of freshly-baked chocolate chip cookies (via People).

Evidently Swift, down-home country girl that she is at heart, simply loves to bake, and her cookies are quite famous. According to now-BFF Katy, "I've heard about these cookies in interviews!" She'd never actually had the opportunity to taste them, however, until this past June, when the two had a little get-together chez Taylor. While Perry enjoyed cuddling Swift's kitties, what really got her gushing was the plate of cookies they shared, on a platter sweetly decorated with the words "peace at last" written in red frosting.

When Perry posted a pic of these cookies on Instagram, it got over 1.5 million likes and 44,000 comments. But she didn't stop there. In a recent interview with SiriusXM's Hits 1 in Hollywood, she could not stop raving about the cookies. She called them "incredible" and praised Swift as being "such a good baker." One compliment, though, seemed a bit off-kilter at first (via Delish): "I couldn't believe they weren't store-bought." Ummm, really? Like, all dry and hard with a faint flavor of preservative chemicals? But then again, Perry probably doesn't just schlep down to Kroger to pick up a package of Keebler cookies like the rest of us. We're definitely not trying to start another feud.