How To Bake
Step 1: Place two layers of parchment paper on an aluminum baking tray.
Step 2: Take cookies out of the freezer and thaw for 20 minutes.
Step 3: Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.
Step 4: Place cookies on a sheet tray spaced 4 inches apart.
Step 5: Bake cookies until they are golden brown.
Conventional Oven: Bake for 22 – 28 minutes.
Convection Oven: Bake for 14 – 20 minutes.
Step 6: After cookies come out of the oven, let cool for 20 minutes.
Don’t forget to place your cookies on the provided parchment paper before baking! Also, be sure to use a light colored pan. Dark or coated pans will result in burned cookies. (they absorb more heat than light ones!)
Don’t overcrowd the oven! This will cause uneven baking, resulting in underbaked or burned cookies. We recommend baking one tray at a time!
If you can fit two trays on one rack, we suggest rotating the pans halfway through the bake for an even bake on all the cookies.
For A Perfect Bake
Every oven is different, so keep an eye on the baking. Take a look at the cookies 3 minutes before the minimum bake time to decide how much longer they need. Cookies continue to bake after they’ve been removed from the oven, so be careful not to overbake!
A perfectly baked cookie will be crispy on the outside and gooey on the inside. Let the cookies cool outside of the oven for 20 minutes before enjoying.
Frozen cookie dough remains good for up to 2 months in the freezer.
Freshly baked cookies are always best, so we recommend baking only what you plan to eat right away.
In the off chance you have leftover cookies after baking, they will stay fresh for 4-7 days in an airtight container. To reheat, place in a 375 degree oven for 3-5 minutes, or microwave for 15 seconds.
Cookie Flavors by Base:
Chocolate Peanut Butter
White Chocolate Macadamia
Cookies N’ Cream
Brown Sugar Base:
Chocolate Chip Walnut
Nutella Sea Salt
Peanut Butter & Jelly
Oatmeal Apple Pie