Immaculate Baking Company makes pre-made cookie dough, ready-to-bake rolls, biscuits, and scones, and baking mixes that are made with organic flour and organic sugar and are free of GMOs (genetically modified organisms). All this amounts to a lot of wholesome goodness.
The Immaculate Baking Company dough was the perfect choice for today's after school sweet treat. We baked up a batch of coconut macaroons today, and they were delicious! They were soft and chewy just as a coconut macaroon should be.
As an added treat, we melted some Lily's Sweets dark chocolate baking chips, and I let Harper drizzle a few of the cookies with melted chocolate.
Lily's Sweets candies and baking items are sweetened with Stevia so they are diabetic-friendly, which is perfect for Harper. Lily's Sweets have 25% less calories but still have all the richness and flavor of traditional chocolate.
These break-and-bake cookies are ideal for little bakers. They can easily break the dough and place each cookie on a cookie sheet. If supervised, they can help stir the chocolate as it melts and drizzle it over the cookies.
Immaculate Baking Company macaroons retail for about $5 for a package of 12 cookies and can be found at grocery stores nationwide.
You can find more information about Immaculate Baking Company on the web and on Facebook. For more information about Lily's Sweets, visit the web site and Facebook page.