Food & Drink » Dining Reviews

Sasquatch Cookies is the stuff of legend

by

comment
GRIFFIN SWARTZELL
  • Griffin Swartzell
Stoners beware: This no-storefront, delivery-only business will devour your budget, piece by piece. That said, I’m sure the folks behind Sasquatch Cookies — open Thursday through Saturday evenings — deliver fresh, hot, gigantic cookies to plenty of corporate functions, First Friday gallery events and when someone burns the dessert at home. Further, I’m sorely tempted to pay the $10 surcharge to have cookies and milk delivered by someone in a sasquatch costume.

And the cookies are good, too. We get a half dozen ($8.99), all of which arrive chewy and melty. I’m a sucker for the caramel macchiato, which has a strong coffee taste to balance sweet caramel. The monster’s a sturdy peanut butter-oatmeal cookie packed with chocolate chips and M&Ms, and while the oatmeal raisin won’t convert skeptics, the snickerdoodle and seasonal Irish cream sugar cookie (green, of course) are both sound. The gluten-free chocolate chip cookie’s light and crisp, too, though it does leave an odd coating on the tongue.

Add a comment

Clicky Quantcast