Ginnybakes

When I bake, I bake with love.  Why else would we do it?

Well, Ginnybakes feels the same way.  Ginny has created her cookies with love (some of them even have love in the name).  Her cookies are certified organic and certified gluten-free.  On the package, it reads “ginnybakes are preservative free so eat them now or freeze and indulge later!”  You certainly don’t find that on too many cookies.

To celebrate their expansion to shipping nationwide, to Amazon.com, and to many Whole Foods stores, Ginnybakes sent me some samples to entice you.  :)

Braden and I tried the Sunshine Biscotti Bliss. I’m not really a fan of biscotti, so Braden had no idea what it was. He wasn’t sold on the idea of biscotti itself, but we love the pistachio and cranberry flavor.

Chocolate Chip Macadamia Love

Three words describe the cookies: crispy buttery goodness.  I’m usually a chewy cookie kind of girl, but man, these are great.  I don’t know how much butter is in these, but I think Paula Dean would be proud.  Not only is there Chocolate Chip Love, but there is also Chocolate Chip Macadamia Love!  Boom, baby!  I won’t say how much I enjoyed those cookies for breakfast dessert.

Coconut Oatmeal Bliss puts a new twist on a classic flavor.  It’s like eating an oatmeal cookie on an island (which really makes me desperate for a vacation :) ).  It’s the first time I’ve ever had coconut in my oatmeal cookies, but it definitely won’t be the last.

If you like to make them yourself, Ginnybakes also has some mixes, including a divine-looking Peace Love & Crumble Muffin mix.

I bet Ginnybakes cookies would make an awesome cheesecake crust or even a crumb topping for a pie or crisp.  Hmmm…so many ideas…

The chocolate chip macadamia are definitely my favorite so far.  I’m a little sad I shared them.  ;)

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