Molasses Spice Cookies

Molasses Spice Cookies

Grey Ghost Bakery

Molasses Spice Cookies

Grey Ghost Bakery

Old-fashioned molasses cookies are coffee's (or tea's) perfect companion. These are fresh-baked in a small South Carolina bakery, making them taste extra homey.

Sustainable goodness

Grey Ghost Bakery sources their ingredients from fair trade, organic farms that use sustainable and regenerative farming techniques.

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Why we love it

Why do molasses cookies taste just like going to grandma's house? The old-fashioned classic from Grey Ghost Bakery gets a spicy kick that makes it similar to a ginger snap and a smooth molasses finish. We love to share these at tea time or when we're hosting a party, but you can eat them for no special reason at all.

Ingredients

Allergens:

Wheat, Dairy, Eggs

Shipping

Hive orders take 24 hours to process and ship via ground shipping.

How it does good

Cookies made the right way, not the easy way

Cookies are made with a few main ingredients: flour, sugar, butter, and eggs. But how these ingredients are farmed and manufactured isn’t always kind to people, animals, or the planet. Because of this, Grey Ghost Bakery chooses to source organic, fair trade ingredients and—whenever possible—ingredients that are made in the U.S. They also keep the planet in mind when choosing their packaging (and how they dispose of their packaging). All of the material for their cookie boxes is sourced in the U.S. and they recycle as much of their production waste as possible. This helps them lower their carbon footprint and helps keep trash out of landfills.

  • responsible sourcing

    While it would be cheaper for Grey Ghost Bakery to purchase their ingredients from conventional farms, they choose to work with fair trade, organic farms instead. They also source their packaging material from U.S. distributors who pay their workers fairly.

How to use it

From tea time to dinner parties—these old-fashioned favorites are a serious crowd pleaser.

When you're done...

The chipboard box is recyclable in your curbside bin. The plastic tray and acrylic wrapper should be sent to TerraCycle by following our special instructions.

These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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About the Brand

Grey Ghost Bakery

Grey Ghost Bakery

Grey Ghost Bakery’s recipes have been passed through the Frankstone family for years and years. In South Carolina, where the Grey Ghost bakery is, legend has it that the Grey Ghost, a friendly spirit, would appear to alert residents of impending storms. Katherine combined her passion of baking and ghost lore to create this specialty food company that specializes in only using clean ingredients.
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