Chocolate Chip Chunk Cookie (all photos courtesy Gooey On The Inside).
Have you ever had “the best cookie ever?”
It’s not hyperbole; in any individual flavor there may be a bevy of “best cookies ever.”
What puts a cookie in a group described as the “best?”
For picky palates, it’s when your first taste informs you that you have an outstanding bite of food. It’s when you know that it doesn’t get better than this.
This was our reaction to Gooey On The Inside cookies, a brand of handcrafted, baked-to-order cookies that was born when a career public servant in the New York City government decided to embark on her second career.
Kafi Dublin started to develop a “perfect” cookie recipe—crispy on the outside and gooey on the inside—in a tiny Manhattan apartment kitchen.
After countless rounds of recipe-tweaking, her line, Gooey on the Inside, was launched.
Her flavors are classics, with some fresh takes on old favorites. They are irresistible, they engender happiness, they are splendid.
They are chunky-thick, sink-your-teeth-into cookies, layered with flavor and chock full of so many ingredients—chips, marshmallows, whatever—that satiety is guaranteed. The ingredients are the best: Callebaut and Valrhona chocolate chocolate chips and chunks, for example.
They’re ready to eat when they arrive, but 10-15 seconds in the microwave (or 2-3 minutes in a 350° oven) turns out warm, gooey cookies.
The line currently includes:
They are individually vacuum sealed and what you can’t eat in three days, you can freeze (fat chance!).
Hungry yet? There’s more:
GooWees square mini bite cookies, and All Things Jars, a mason jar layered with cookie dough and “stuffings.”
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