Cheese and bean cookies target alternative Easter treat success

UK artisan biscuit business Blondies Kitchen is aiming to turn heads with its latest unconventional Easter release in the form of a cheese and bean flavoured limited edition cookie offering, writes Neill Barston.

As the business explained, after the long, dark nights of winter, what better to offer in terms of a tasty combination of fine cookies with a hearty topping to provide an unexpected combination for the brand’s growing array of fans.

The company, which was founded in 2016 by two blonde foodies and professionally trained chefs, Kristelle and Chelsie has gained a strong market presence during the past seven years. Kristelle’s background has always been in restaurants and Chelsie spent over two years at BBC Good Food as a cookery writer.

Moreover, as they explained, it was a trip to New York that changed everything. The girls became obsessed with American style cookies. Their crisp edge and chewy centre was like nothing they had ever seen in the UK. The girls realised the rest of UK needed to try these style of cookies, and just like that Blondies Kitchen was born.

Since launching, the pair have disrupted the food industry with their unique cookie flavours that have placed a strong emphasis on delivering distinctive taste – as witnessed with their latest special edition offering. The girls are now considered as being cookie trend setters for the market, proving this through their social media, with over 130,000 follows across all platforms. The new cheese and bean cookies are available now through the company’s website,


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