“This is Corey’s chocolate chip, Jackie’s banana pudding and Diane’s strawberry scooter crunch,” Shada explained. Cookies cover the kitchen table, all waiting to get packaged by the sisters. Each bag displays the flavor. Some are named after family members the sisters lost to COVID-19. Now, The Yummy Cookie Jar has increased business and outgrown the kitchen. Shada and Sheda want to open their own store in Rochester, and make it a place for conversation and cookies.
The measuring, mixing and baking is all done by hand by the sisters. Customers can place orders on The Yummy Cookie Jar’s website.
“We want you to say, ‘hey, that’s a good cookie and they do,’” Sheda said on what she hopes customers take away from their business. “My sister got in the kitchen one day and said want to make some cookies? And that’s how it started,” Shada said.
“If someone else can do it, we can do it too and we can do it better,” Shada said. “People say reinvent the wheel. We’re reinventing these cookies.”
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