Luckee Dutch Bakery
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Luckee Dutch is a family owned and operated business that began with a simple idea: to reinvent the cookie. Well, not necessarily reinvent, but, rather update to today’s more sophisticated and experienced tastes. With the recent explosion of micro-bakeries and cupcake shops… let’s just say we felt like the cookie was getting left behind and deserved an artisan of its own.
We champion the cookie. But how does one make a cookie artisan? By drawing on years of experience in culinary fields as well as the training received obtaining a culinary degree to question not only what a cookie is but what a cookie could be. Our cookies are made using the knowledge of baking, the practice of methods, and a hint of tradition and heritage to become something a little different and we think, a little better. But maybe you don’t want a new experience when enjoying a cookie? That’s fine too. Some of our favorite cookies are classics. Only we make them as Mom did.
Unlike those mass-produced cookies you get at the store, stuffed so full of preservatives and sugars that the only flavor you get is texture, our cookies are made with real spices and ingredients. They look and taste homemade because they practically are. That’s our difference.
If you’re like me you probably couldn’t tell why your store-bought cookie tasted a little stale or flat. But after eating our cookies you’ll be able to tell when someone has included dehydrated partially hydrogenated oils in their cookie recipes and you’ll hate it! So do we! There’s a reason why mom’s cookies are the best. And although we can’t compete with that, we’ll be satisfied knowing we’re the second best.