Cookies. cookies. cookies!
Today, I want to introduce you to my favorite local
cookie kookie company: Kriya Kitchen.
Not only does Kriya Kitchen make all of their kookies from local and/or organically sourced products, they’re a company that is involved in the local Atlanta community by throwing monthly parties for the Atlanta Children’s Shelter.
I have been very lucky to get to work with this company on their branding, packaging design, web design and photography. So, you just might see a few of these photos over at the Kriya Kitchen website.
Kriya Kitchen started out known as Karmic Kookies, and sold their baked goods at local farmers markets and festivals. While you can still find them at a few select markets and festivals around Atlanta, Kriya Kitchen’s kookies just launched in Whole Foods stores throughout the Southeast US. So be on the lookout for them in your area.
Now, to on to the
good tasty, delicious and oh so sweet stuff.
The flavors of the kookies. Kriya Kitchen does have the expected: chocolate chip, peanut butter and oatmeal
raisin currant. But they also have these incredible tea-infused shortbreads. My favorite being the Chai Shortbread. It is absolutely perfect with a hot tea in the morning.
In honor of the launch of Kriya Kitchen’s new branding, I am giving away one half-dozen pack of kookies, in the winner’s choice of flavor.
1. Comment and tell me what flavor kookie you would pick if you win, and who is your favorite local foodcrafter in your area.
“I just entered to win a @kriyakitchen kookie gift pack from @dashofeast http://bit.ly/pXmyFq ″
Contest will run until Tuesday, September 13, 2011 at 11:59pm EST and winner will randomly be chosen and announced on Wed, Sept 14. Kriya Kitchen will ship directly to the winner.
Open to continental U.S. readers only. Good luck!
Winner: Catlin S.
“Peanut butter for sure! I live in Washington, DC and the local vegan bakery, Sticky Fingers, is amazing. Not only do they have great coffee, but their sweet and salty oatmeal chocolate cookies are to die for. I had one for breakfast last week…”