Sugar Cookie Flavors
Vanilla: Sweet, sweet vanilla! This is my most ordered sugar cookie flavor! The cookies are soft and tender and have that classic sugar cookie taste.
Almond: Some cookiers use almond in their basic sugar cookie recipe, but I prefer to split them up to have one pure vanilla, and one pure almond. My almond flavor is just the right flavor for a cookie, and the cookies are soft and tender. It’s a perfect pairing with the vanilla icing on top!
Cherry Almond: You can’t stop with just one bite! Made with real maraschino cherries, they are the perfect blend of flavors. The icing highlights the sweet cherry flavor, and the soft, chewy cookie is sure to please anyone who loves an almond flavor as a base.
Spiced Apple Cider: These are so delicious! They are soft and tender, and so flavorful! According to one of my customers, it’s “an underrated cookie, people need to try this one more often!”
Cinnamon Spice: A flavor that tastes as warm as it sounds! A classic fall and winter favorite with warm tones of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and cloves.
My recipes have taken a long time to develop and get them just right. I’ve used almost 50 lbs of flour in 6 months! I am almost always working on a recipe, whether physically making it, or researching and planning it. It’s fascinating to see how different ingredients and ratios impact a cookie! Flavors in the pipeline include Strawberry Cheesecake, Lemon, and Orange Dreamsicle for some refreshing citrus and tart flavors, and Chocolate, Chocolate Almond, Chocolate Peanut Butter, and Peanut Butter for a selection of more full and rich flavors. If you have a flavor idea you’d like me to try, let me know!
Other Baked Goodies
The Famous 4th Avenue Cookie: These cookies are always the hit of the party. They’re the cookies that everyone wants the recipe for but can’t have. They are amazing.
Cinnamon Rolls: These luscious rolls are made using a yeast sweet dough, and are coated on the bottom with butterscotch-caramely goodness! A generous portion of vanilla buttercream frosting comes on the side, but even without frosting, these are amazing! When I made them the first time with my mom, she told me that I couldn’t put frosting on the first one I ate. She said the first ones, all warm and gooey, were to go without. Now, I grew up eating these and I always used frosting. For the first time, however, I appreciated them without it. They. Are. So. Good. You won’t regret getting these!