Ingredients: sugar, flour, butter, margarine, eggs, pure vanilla & almond extracts, salt, baking powder, edible gold paint
Mission Farm Bakery: Rutland, Vermont
Mission Farm Bakery is located on the 170 acre property of Church of Our Saviour in Killington, Vermont. The historic Episcopal church was built in 1817. In addition to the church, Mission Farm includes a guest and retreat house, a vicarage, and the bakery, staffed by Tim Owings.
Since 1997 Tim has lived a contemplative life in a log cabin on the church grounds; after a quarter-century as a professional baker he decided to use his energy and talents to produce cookies, cakes and fruit tarts whose sales benefit the ministries of the Church of Our Savior, including a women's shelter. Owings says, "It's satisfying to know I've helped in some small way." In addition to operating the bakery, he is also the church's organist and gardener.
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Mar 25, 2016 | By Maria S.
The friend I sent these to said they were the most impressive cookies she's ever seen!
Apr 13, 2016 | By Mary
These cookies are complete joys for your taste buds. Their clean and honest and homey taste make you think of your childhood and good times with your family. The joy of Easter is recapitulated on your tongue.
Almost Too Beautiful to Eat
May 13, 2016 | By Jean L.
Very beautiful cookies depicting the triumphant Lamb (Easter Lamb). Great cookies, too. Worth every penny.
May 29, 2017 | By betty m.
So good and delicious!
Mar 6, 2018 | By Madeline C.
These cookies are exquisite. Really such a work of art. They will be the highlight of my Easter baskets. They also make a sweet gift for special friends.