End Your Search for the Perfect Cookie

Goldilocks Goodies are deliciously rich, fresh-baked, all natural and completely satisfying cookies.  Handmade in small batches in Lancaster County, PA with pure ingredients. They are also:

  • Grain-Free IMG_3557
  • Gluten-Free
  • Wheat-Free
  • Dairy-Free
  • Soy-Free
  • Corn-Free
  • Egg-Free
  • Free of artificial colors, flavors and preservatives
  • Free of high fructose corn syrup
  • Free of artificial sugars

This is my Just Right promise.

End your search and simply click on the flavor you want to securely enter payment and shipping details.  Available in 2 flavors.

View More: http://rwphotographs.pass.us/goldilocks

 

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip with Himalayan Sea Salt
Made with: fresh-ground peanuts, pure Pennsylvania maple syrup, semi-sweet chocolate chips (evaporated cane juice, non-alcoholic chocolate liquor, non-dairy cocoa butter), brown sugar, Himalayan sea salt.

double chocolate pecan cookies in bag

 

 

 

Double Chocolate Pecan
Made with: fresh-ground peanuts, pure Pennsylvania maple syrup, brown sugar, cocoa powder, chopped pecans, semi-sweet chocolate chips (evaporated cane juice, non-alcoholic chocolate liquor, non-dairy cocoa butter), Saigon cinnamon, Himalayan sea salt.

 

For larger quantities, catering options, or retail suggestions, please e-mail me at emily@goldilocksgoodies.com

baking

Thank you for supporting a small business!  Your purchase is supporting the local printer, design company, photographer, mechanic, accountant, Amish suppliers and the Lancaster Farmland Trust, a non-profit preserving working farms in Lancaster County, PA.

If you live in DC, Maryland and VA area, there are lots of other treats to enjoy: fresh-baked breads, quiches, events and brunches featuring Goldilocks Goodies’ full line of gluten-free baked goods.  Please search the list of vendors in the area or this month’s special events and markets.

16 thoughts on “End Your Search for the Perfect Cookie

  1. I just bought an ice cream shop in Easton MD. Had a cookie in Washington DC at a great coffee shop and and would like to possibly sell your cookies. Please let me know how I would go about doing this. Thank you.

  2. Just saw the article about you in the Washington Post — can’t wait to try your goodies! Great website, too, by the way — kudo’s to the designer. Easy to navigate, easy to read, and just the right amount of information.

  3. Can’t wait to see your goodies at the Loudoun Lyme event. You will be my first stop. I have been gluten free for 2 years, but my kids are allergic to eggs and milk.It will be an extra special treat that we can all have a cookie!!!

  4. Emily! I bought a loaf of your KAPOW bread, and a loaf of the Banana bread at the Petworth market today. The KAPOW only lasted about 3 hours… I’ve never been a big bread fan, but your gluten-free bread is flavorful and not filling. I’ll will see you tomorrow at Union Market to get a couple more loafs.

  5. Sampled your kapow bread today at Petworth farmers market. Really enjoyed it and wish you the best. If you ever need an intern…….

  6. I recently took part in your gluten-free cookie baking class at the LivingSocial building in DC. I was told that the recipes would later be e-mailed to us at the conclusion of the class, but have yet to receive the e-mail. Would you be able to send me the recipes? I would love to recreate them in my own kitchen for the holidays! Thanks so much!

    • Allison, thanks for taking the class! I’m sorry you didn’t get the recipes yet. I’ll e-mail the Living Social organizer, but I believe they’re on holiday until Tuesday so it might be a couple of days until you get them.

  7. Hi Emily, Loved your class this past Saturday afternoon! Thanks for doing these types of events. I got some of your bread and love it, the first GF bread I’ve had that doesn’t shrink, crumble or tastes like cardboard. Hope you find a place to sell it in the MD area soon (perhaps Roots Market would be a good place). Happy Holiday!

    • Samantha, So glad to hear you loved the class and the bread! I will definitely contact Roots to see if they are interested. For now, it is available for retail at Little Red Fox in Cleveland Park, at the MD Food Collective on the University of MD campus (College Park) and at the soon-to-open creamery by Eastern Market, Sona.

  8. I bought a loaf of the Sandwich Bread at Little Red Fox last Friday, and I told you I was going to go home and eat a slice with olive oil, but you suggested butter might be better. You were right! The bread was fantastic, and butter brought out the flavor. I love this bread!

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