The best cookies on the planet!
So we've been told.
We take things like apple pie, french toast, German chocolate cake, and we put those flavors in the palm of your hand. Our cookies are 3¼ inches in diameter, piled high with delicious toppings. With one bite, you’ll quickly find yourself by a campfire, at a family reunion, or sitting in grandma’s kitchen.
We don't skimp on quality either. Our cookies are made from the highest quality ingredients – Callebaut® and Guittard® chocolate, pure Madagascar Bourbon vanilla, fresh grade A eggs, 100% pure Vermont maple syrup and locally sourced Lehi Roller Mills flour. Every part of our cookies are scratch made. We even make our own marshmallow that sits on top of Oliver!
They're oooh, so big!
Because size matters.
Our pies measure 4-inches tall, in the center, and 9-inches in diameter. They are deep, wide and heavy. Definitely not for the faint of heart!
We offer unique flavors, like Peanut Butter Cup Pie, and the seasonal favorite Eggnog Cream Pie. Our Chocolate Mousse pie is rich and dark, made with Callebaut® Belgian chocolate and real cream. Our Praline Pecan Pie and Key Lime Pie are also very unique and available all year long.
Many of our customers can’t bear to eat pies made anywhere else. One taste, and you’ll be hooked!
A lifelong passion...
In 2004, I started a small family business called Wasatch Cottage. I made baked goods at home and sold them to friends and family. My pies quickly emerged as customer favorites. Within two years, I was making about 80 pies each Thanksgiving. Many of my customers have been buying pies from me for the past 13 years.
For as long as I can remember, I've been a cookie lover. I decided when the day came to open my own bakery I would have to make cookies a part of it. Tired of the same variety of cookies that most stores and bakeries sell, I was determined to do something unique.
They're a part of us.
Let them be a part of you.
Everything we bake comes from a recipe that has been developed in our kitchen. It is a labor of love, and when we are finished, that recipe feels like a part of us. It seemed fitting that we should give each cookie and pie a human name. We often name products after the family member or friend who inspired the recipe. Some of our products are named after celebrities or characters we love.