Holiday Baking Tips From The Good Batch in Brooklyn Slideshow
December 20, 2013
Expert advice on how to make the best cookies this holiday season
Happy Merry Salty Sweet
This holiday season The Good Batch is offering a gift box of cookies called the Happy Merry Salty Sweet. If you want to try packing your own cookies at home, Gordon suggests, "Map out a production and packaging game plan."
Oat Chocolate Chunk
"If you are working in a small home kitchen, it's important that you know when everything is going to be baked, and when and how it will be packaged," Gordon explains.
The Good Batch's take on gingerbread cookies are a soft moist ginger and molasses cookie.
To make so many cookies takes a lot of planning ahead. "Organization is very important when dealing with lots of dough!" says Gordon.
When The Good Batch started in 2010, they were selling stroopwafels at the Brooklyn Flea. They now offer over a dozen different products (including ice cream sandwiches in the warmer months) in about 50 stores and seasonal markets.
Sweet & Spicy Nuts
For those who have had enough cookies, if that's possible, The Good Batch offers these sweet and spicy nuts during the holidays. New Yorkers can find them in the Union Square Holiday Market until Christmas Eve.