Sugar Baby

Moving beyond the tollhouse cookie.

 No south Georgia childhood would ever have been complete without “Sugarbabies” --- the chocolate-covered bite-size caramels in that wonderful yellow bag. Ethel Ann’s children ate them by the thousands. Our cookie pays tribute to “America’s favorite treat” by combining the very best chocolate and handmade toffee. 

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Nutters

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Not your grandmother's peanut butter cookie.

Ethel Ann says that “real” peanut butter is a gift from God because it contains nothing but peanuts.  It is fresher and gives anything a richer and more intense flavor. And, as she’s fond of saying, “What’s not to love about that?!”  

Oatmeal toffee

An "up another notch" oatmeal cookie.

Lovely, chewy oats combined with homemade toffee transforms a typical cookie into, as Ethel Ann says, one with “pizazz.”.  “Toffee makes everything better. It’s like the bakery version of bacon.”  

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Farmhouse Praline

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Georgia meets New Orleans in one spectacular cookie

Pralines have been around since the 1600’s and Louisiana and Mississippi have been fighting since then about who makes the best version of this delicate candy.  We’d say that Ethel Ann’s version, combined with a cookie, is the clear winner.   

Pecan Tassies

The taste of pecan pie in one little bite

Pecan tassies are a favorite Southern delight.  Ethel Ann would always include them in a tray of sweets for parties and gatherings.  We think they are a wonderful cross between a pecan pie and a pecan tart with a little hint of cream cheese in the crust. 

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english toffee

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Honey, here's how to be the hit at any party

Any host or hostess who receives this English toffee when you arrive at their door will be thrilled beyond belief.  We only use the finest butter, sugar, chocolate and almonds.  We specialize in an English style toffee that we add to cookies but our stand-alone toffee is in a league by itself.  

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ethel ann says

"Now that, honey, should have only happened inside your head.  "