Sunday, May 16, 2010
Immaculate Baking Co.
I believe in eating healthy food 90% of the time. But I'm a realist and nobody is perfect.
Although we technically CAN exist on legumes & carrots, what kind of a boring life would THAT be?
If you're doing your best to feed yourself & your family healthy, natural meals for 90% of the time, there is no reason you should miss out on the good stuff. And by "good stuff" I mean cookies. Don't worry, I'm not talking about low fat/no sugar cookies, either. You deserve a treat! But only once in awhile ;)
Now you're probably thinking "You want me to cook every meal every day of the week AND bake cookies, too!?!" but, don't fret, I have great news for you:
When you don't have the time or the energy to bake cookies form scratch, why not think about picking up some refrigerated cookie dough from the Immaculate Baking Co.?
They are committed to using 100% Natural ingredients & you won't find any chemical compounds in these cookies, which means you don't need a degree in chemistry to understand what you're eating.
The Immaculate Baking Co. also supports the arts by donating arts supplies and organizing bake sales to benefit the Folk Artists Foundation as well as putting on Folk Art Workshops, and baking a GIANT cookie for a fundraiser, earning the Guinness book's title of World's Biggest Cookie.
Lucky for you, they sell more than cookie dough. Visit their products page to see all the yummy stuff they make, from scones to biscuits to snack cookies.
We've had every flavor of their cookies, their scones & their cinnamon rolls and ALL have been delicious and all are made with ALL NATURAL ingredients. No preservatives, no weird chemicals you can't pronounce. The dough comes in pull apart circles and bakes for 10-14 minutes. It doesn't get any easier (or better tasting) than that!
You can find Immaculate Baking Co. products at your local Whole Foods Market , or by ordering from their website.
I happened to find these Oatmeal Raisin cookies at my local Grocery Outlet store, and they seem to be a pretty regular item so it wouldn't hurt to check there, too.
Pick some up, stick some in the fridge for a special day, you won't regret it!