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To say that Reese and I had an amazing time eating while traveling through Alabama is an understatement. Alabama today is really distinctive and diverse, and asides from their traditional cuisine, you’ll be surprised to know that there are many places where you can get unique flavors and dishes, as Alabama has truly opened its door to new culinary experiences. The Best Cookies in Alabama
We Found The Best Cookies in Alabama
But, since Reese and I have a major sweet tooths, we simply have to talk about this unique little bakery that has even been featured on The Food Network and Southern Living: Cookie Fix. It’s located in Homewood Alabama and has already become our absolute favorite Alabama cookie spot. made with premium ingredients such as toffee, espresso chunks, and gooey interiors these cookies are simply irresistible. The Best Cookies in Alabama
Get Your “Cookie Fix”
Cookie Fix has a reputation for baking the most delicious cookies, and they offer over 60 flavors. They also provide seasonal desserts, and even frozen dough to go for their customers. So, if you have some extra time to kill, you can bake your own batch of Cookie Fix cookies at home!
Our road trip was packed with activities and we had a heavy itinerary to follow, so we really couldn’t venture out a lot. We woke up the next day with every intention of heading to get our cookie fix but just couldn’t make it. Luckily, our friends over at Visit Alabama had already predicted that we’d have a busy itinerary so they planned ahead and had some of Cookie Fix’s most delicious assortment of cookies delivered to us. How on Earth could we say no to that kind of breakfast? Newsflash, we didn’t lol!
Cookie Fix really took home the cake, (pun intended!) They were absolute perfection. The texture was crisp on the outside and gooey on the inside and packed with all kinds of yummy ingredients like chocolate, M&M caramel, and even pretzels. I had to fight Reese on some of the cookies because she would’ve finished them all by herself! The Best Cookies in Alabama
Reese was in love with their “Peanut Butter Oreo cookies,” and I was instantly hooked on the “Cookies and Cream” flavored cookies, which were basically chocolate chips, white chocolate chips, and Oreos. But we tried other varieties that were just as scrumptious. Reese also loved the “M&M Chocolate Chip” cookies because she loves M&Ms, and I almost lost a finger trying to grab one of the “S’more Please” cookies from the box she was holding. This cookie was so good. It was jam-packed with chunks of chocolate, marshmallows, and a sprinkling of sea salt. Of course, they had plenty of other varieties too.
Amy Jason, the founder of Cookie Fix spent a lot of time coming up with the right ingredients to load up on her cookies, such as toffee, caramel, espresso chunks, and that’s just to name a few. If you want to check out their full menu, click here. But fair warning. You’ll have a hard time picking one!
Reese and I could have foregone the rest of the trip and simply spent it eating Cookie Fix’s heavenly cookies but, I didn’t want to risk us going into a diabetic coma in the car either! We took our time savoring the cookies and made our way to visit the other historical sites on our itinerary. We sat in the parking lot of the Helen Keller House for a bit, just listening to music and eating cookies. I don’t know how, but we did manage to save some for the rest of the trip. We practically patted ourselves on the back for that because, at home, we tend to eat entire sheets worth of cookies. But one thing I’ll never forget is how my daughter and I kept looking at each other in the car while we ate the cookies. The smiles that spread across our faces was definitely worth a selfie moment. The Best Cookies in Alabama