Here’s the lineup:
Salted Peanut Butter Cookies!
These are the best peanut butter cookies we’ve ever had. They are a classic, done just right. peanut butter cookies that aren’t a let-down (finally!!)! The recipe is shamelessly stolen from my (Ari’s) best friend, Hannah. Hannah is currently staying with us in South Pas, and she will be our guest star baker for this bake sale! Get these DELICIOUS, special peanut butter cookies from their originator. It’s a classic peanut butter cookie topped with a sprinkle of Maldon salt (we find that this really brings out the delicious peanuty flavor!).
$9 for 4 cookies
A bake sale CLASSIC–you know you want it. Get it before it’s gone! This is one of our all-time favorite treats, especially for breakfast with some good coffee (although it’s delicious at all hours, take my word for it). It’s a layer of moist yellow cake topped with cinnamon streusel cookie, and then slathered with an irresistible buttermilk glaze. I usually explain it as “what would happen if an old-fashioned buttermilk donut had a baby with crumb cake on steroids,” but after you give it a try, you can help me write a better description.
Salted Fudgy Night Brownies
When the need for a fudgy, chewy fresh brownie to top your ice cream strikes you at night, you can rely on these brownies to scratch the itch. Deeply chocolaty brownie studded with semi-sweet chocolate chips and finished off with a generous sprinkle of Maldon sea salt flakes. This is craving satisfaction in a box. Put them in the microwave for a few seconds for a hot brownie sundae!
This week’s granola features Bob’s Red Mill gluten-free oats lightly bathed in olive oil, pure maple syrup and Diamond kosher salt, accented with dried coconut, slivered almonds, pistachios, dried cranberries and pumpkin seeds. Sometimes we add in other dried fruits like currants and golden raisins, and we occasionally put in sunflower seeds. Each batch is a unique combination, but it is always good!
$10 for a pint jar