Editor's note: I don't know how things work at your office, but around this time of day, our collective sweet tooth starts acting up at Serious Eats HQ. Enter Sugar Rush. Every afternoon, we'll point you to something sweet—as an inspiration for your sugar fix. Enjoy! I know we will. —Zach
This isn't just any stack of fat, soft, chewy cookies—these cookies are from the Upper East Side's Two Little Red Hens, a bakery that seems unable to make anything less than delicious. I once ordered a custom birthday cake from Two Little Red Hens—which I highly recommend—but hadn't tried the cookies until last Friday. I tried some of them again after they had been sitting in the Serious Eats kitchen over the weekend and they're still deliciously moist and chewy. These large cookies are worth more than the $1.60 price tag, which is a bargain in New York City's cookie market. My favorite was the orchard cookie, a unique cookie filled with trail mix (like a deluxe version of an oatmeal cookie), but standards like chocolate chip, ginger spice, oatmeal, and snickerdoodle are also worth getting.
Two Little Red Hens
1652 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10028 (map) 212-452-0476
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