House Cookies & How It's Done

If you have not yet tried our House Cookies....you should. I can write that, because it's Chef Ben's recipe and I can't actually take any credit for how delicious they are. That being said, you can complain to Chef Ben when you get to the bottom and realize you just ate  the whole box by yourself (that's what I do). 

We currently offer our House Cookies in six flavors, and have been known to rotate in some special flavors here and there. We call them House Cookies because we use the same 'house recipe' for our cookie dough when making all of the different flavors. Sound boring? NOPE! It's amazing what the different ingredients do to the flavor of the cookie when properly portioned and mixed.

  • Andes Mint

  • Callebaut Chocolate Bits

  • Callebaut Chocolate Bits with Cashews and Pink Himalayan Salt

  • Callebaut Chocolate Bits with Walnuts

  • Reeces AND Pieces

  • White Chocolate Pistachio with Orange Zest

The cookie dough is the foundation for our special cookies. We use Cabot butter, Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla, fresh eggs, a blend of sugars and Chef Ben's special flour combination in which he always uses King Arthur flour. Quality across the board for these medallions of goodness. And it doesn't stop there. Let's talk about what goes into these babies...Andes Mint is kind of self explanatory. We hand press bits of Andes Mint chocolates into our dough for the perfect balance of mint and sweet. We do something similar for our Reeces AND Pieces, but instead, we hand press crumbles of Reeces peanut butter cups as well as Reeces Pieces into the dough for a burst of peanut butter goodness. Our Callebaut cookies are special because it's not your average chocolate chip cookie. Oh no. For these, we press in bits of Callebaut Chocolate, which is expertly crafted in one of Belgium's oldest cocoa roasteries. We make these gems original, with walnuts, and also with cashews and pink Himalayan salt for that savory sweetness that is just oh so good. Our White Chocolate Pistachio also uses Callebaut chocolate, along with roasted pistachios and just the right amount of fresh orange zest to keep it interesting!