Four Local Cookie Spots With Unlimited Gooey Goodness

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Reese’s Pieces Chocolate Chip cookies from Donna’s Gourmet Cookies

Photograph by Wes Battoclette

From classic chocolate chip to French toast and black raspberry, these four Queen City bakeries are sure to satisfy any melt-in-your-mouth cookie cravings.

 


 

Donna’s Gourmet Cookies

Donna Phelps’s “classic cookies”—including flavors like Reese’s Pieces chocolate chip, s’mores, and snickerdoodle—are chunky, soft, and all-around delicious. But her Friday- and Saturday-only “Ooey Gooey” varieties are the real stars. The extra thick cookies are baked so just the exterior is crisp, leaving a doughy, melted center that oozes with each bite. Bonus: They’re always served fresh and warm.

10796 Montgomery Rd., Montgomery, (513) 489-9600, facebook.com/donnasgourmetcookies


 

Jenny’s Homemade Cookies

Peek past the tidy display case, often manned by Jenny Chasteen herself, and behold the kitchen ovens where magic happens. Besides excellent versions of oatmeal raisin (with and without icing) and chocolate chip, you’ll find special offerings like French Toast and lemon cranberry. Keep an eye out for $1 off “day-old” cookies.

6143 Bridgetown Rd., Bridgetown, (513) 941-1186, jennyshomemadecookies.com


 

Macaron Bar

French macarons only have a few main ingredients, but it still takes a skilled baker to master the delicate, airy cookies. Thank goodness for Macaron Bar, where you’ll find a bright, colorful lineup of traditional French flavors like rose and champagne, as well as birthday cake, salted caramel, and black raspberry chocolate. You can even book a class and learn the art of macaron-making.

Over-the-Rhine, Hyde Park, macaron-bar.com


 

The Cookie Shop

What started as a west side cake business has evolved into a Ft. Thomas–based cookie bakery, run by mother and daughter Sue Rother and Katie Brumley. The decorated sugar cookies, in classic holiday collections and special custom shapes, are the real stars.

cakesbysue.vpweb.com

 

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