Holiday COOKIE GOODness

You know that feeling when you receive a package and unwrap it? Well what if inside the package is a stack of beautifully colored cookies. You take your first bite of a perfectly baked cookie and you detect a slight crunch through that crisp exterior and then enjoy the chewy center. It’s that little buttery essence with slightly sweet and salty notes that tantalize your tastebuds and make you take a second and third bite. This sensation floods your brain with happiness and feeds your soul, putting an instant smile on your face. This is what the founders of Los Angeles based Cookie Good want to create daily for cookie lovers.


The founders are perfectionists in making the perfect cookie and bar. They use the best ingredients starting with chocolate from Callebaut & Van Leer, Nielsen-Massey Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla, and AA sweet creamery butter.


A regular-sized cookie begins as a 48 grams dough ball (that’s 1¾ oz) and baked to measure about 2 ½- 3 inches across. Their larger-sized cookies are about 78 grams (2¾ oz) and measure about 3 ½ inches across. Each one of their bars are measured by a ruler and cut 2 ¼ by 2 ¼.

If you live in Southern California, you can walk into their upscale Santa Monica brick and mortar store, to select a variety of cookies. Bakery boxes can be filled with one to five pounds of cookies, brownies, bars and gluten-free options.


Cookie Good has gone pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month by donating a portion of all sales to Breast Cancer Care & Research Fund – during the month of October. They also have gone orange and purple for Halloween.


Bring a box of holiday themed cookies to your Halloween party tonight. Gourmet bakery Cookie Good is baking Halloween flavors that include Monster Mash, Sour Patch Kids, Flamin’ Hot Cheetos & Trick or Treat. After Halloween the bakery is making more more than 200 unique flavors of cookies and brownies based on their favorite cereals, candies and other treats for Thanksgiving and the upcoming holidays.


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