Chocolate Chip

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Chocolate Chip

When coming home isn’t an option its always great to sink your teeth into a warm, yummy chocolate chip cookie and a big glass of cold milk and then you know you are home. Our chocolate chip cookies are made with big chunks of gooey chocolate. Try adding a big dollop of vanilla ice between two of our chocolate chip cookies  and you will have an amazing ice cream sandwich. Our Chocolate Chip Cookies are made fresh daily. They are 5.95Dz Or .65 cents each. Share this:Like this:Like...

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Peanut Butter

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Peanut Butter

Our Peanut Butter Cookies are made fresh daily. They are 5.95Dz Or .65 cents each. Share this:Like this:Like...

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Oatmeal and Raisin

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Oatmeal and Raisin

You’ve made oatmeal-raisin cookies before, but why when you can come to our little old fashioned neighborhood bakery and get ones that are  moist, chewy and loaded with raisins. Our Oatmeal and Raisin Cookies are made fresh daily. They are 5.95Dz Or .65 cents each. Share this:Like this:Like...

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Biscochitos “Blue Corn”

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Biscochitos “Blue Corn”

Our Blue Corn Biscochitos are made with blue corn flour that comes from isleta pubelo For hundreds of years the Biscochito (biz-ko-cheeto) has been New Mexico’s favorite cookie. In fact, the Biscochito  was adopted as the official state cookie by the 1989 New Mexico State Legislature. The origin of the cookie is primarily Spanish; but, the recipe has been influenced by both Native American and Mexican cultures. Traditionally, the Biscochito is served during fiestas, weddings, and especially at Christmas. For over...

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Biscochitos “Sugar Free”

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Biscochitos “Sugar Free”

  For hundreds of years the Biscochito (biz-ko-cheeto) has been New Mexico’s favorite cookie. In fact, the Biscochito  was adopted as the official state cookie by the 1989 New Mexico State Legislature. The origin of the cookie is primarily Spanish; but, the recipe has been influenced by both Native American and Mexican cultures. Traditionally, the Biscochito is served during fiestas, weddings, and especially at Christmas. For over 30 years, we have been making the Biscochito by hand and continue in this...

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Biscochitos “Chocolate”

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Biscochitos “Chocolate”

Did someone say chocolate and Biscochito in the same breath? Yep, you heard it right. We have mixed the two together! We took deep rich cocoa and added it to our traditional Biscochito recipe to bring to you the first ever chocolate Biscochito. Our Chocolate Biscochtos Cookies are 4.95Dz Or .45 cents each. Share this:Like this:Like...

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