The State Fair is a slice of heaven for those with a sweet tooth. But what’s the best dessert at the Great Minnesota Get-Together? WCCO viewers sent Matt Brickman to Sweet Martha’s for those delicious cookies.
It’s a good time to be a cookie lover in the Twin Cities! These are not mom’s chocolate chips or your basic snickerdoodle (as good as they are!). So Dara went off the beaten path to discover the best cookies in the Twin Cities. Here’s her top 5!
This list features some of the best places around Minnesota to pick up some sweet treats.
The hunt for Best of Minnesota: Bakery saw the biggest response from WCCO viewers in the history of the franchise.
Are you tired of Christmas cookies, or maybe just sick of not making them as well as your mom?
You don’t have to stop with just gingerbread this holiday season. There are many other ways to include ginger in your baked treats.
It’s not at all scientific, but it is delicious: A Minnesota bakery is offering Obama and Romney cookies to test its customers’ preference in the presidential race.
During election season, nearly every week there’s a new presidential poll. While the rest of the country looks to Quinnipiac or Gallup, people in Red Wing have a different approach.
It is Girl Scout cookie season. The cute kid knocks at your door, asking you to spend $3.50 on a box of 28 Thin Mints.
You may not think of going to the Mall of America if you’re craving the taste of Thin Mints and Somoas, but a Girl Scout store is opening there on Thursday.
To find the best cookies in the Twin Cities was no easy feat. There are an abundance of wonderful bakeries in the area. Over the last month, I have taste tested many of the cookies these bakeries have to offer.
Years ago, while vacationing in Las Vegas, I discovered Vosges chocolates. Unable to afford most of their truffles at the time, I bought the more affordable Mo’s Bacon Bar and fell in love with the milky chocolate and salty bits of bacon.
Girl Scouts are breaking with tradition and changing the way the cookies are sold.