Cookies for Good

Cookies for Good began in 2008 when Cabot Creamery approached COTS with novel idea: Baking cookies, and selling them to support homeless sheltersand homelessness prevention programs in Vermont. Sugarsnap partnered on the project — with its nine delicious cookie recipes, and ability to handle baking and distribution.

35 cents from every $1 cookie sold goes to COTS

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Cookies for Good: Indulge in delish delights

Talk about your good cookies!

Sugarsnap introduces “Cookies for Good”: 35 percent from each $1 cookie sold goes to COTS.

Want to learn the secret recipe for this successful socially responsible business venture and innovative nonprofit partnership?

      • Get some creative cooks: This project is the brainchild of executive director Rita Markley, Cabot marketing guru (and senior vice president) Roberta MacDonald and Sugarsnap co-owners Abbey Duke and Rob Smart.
      • Line up some stellar cookies: Consider Bittersweet Orange Chocolate, Blueberry Oatmeal Lemon, Coconut Cardamom with Black Sesame, Double Dark Chocolate Cherry Almond, Ginger Molasses Snaps, Java Hazelnut and Lemon Poppyseed.
      • Give the classics a localvore ingredient twist: The Classic Toll House cookies feature Barry Callebaut’s Vermont-made semi-sweet chocolate chips and Cabot butter, King Arthur flour, local eggs and real vanilla. In fact, all of the Cookies for COTS are made with as many local ingredients as possible.
      • Don’t forget the beverage: While you can never go wrong with a tall glass of milk (this is Vermont after all), you’ll find the drink is in the Java Hazelnut cookies. These treats include Vermont Coffee Company Dark Roast baked into every bite.

Sugarsnap, founded in 2003, is a farm to table retailer and caterer with locations in Burlington and South Burlington.

Learn more about their business by visiting www.sugarsnapvt.com. The cookies are available at Sugarsnap, as well through order for holiday gifts or office parties.

You can feel truly good about eating these special treats.