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Celebrating in Wichita at the Spring Family Egg Hunt

We had a blast participating in the Wichita Moms Blog’s Spring Family Egg Hunt as a Swag Sponsor on April 6th!

At Grace’s Best Cookies, we value traditions and making sweet memories as a family.

This Easter season, we celebrated with the Wichita Moms Blog at their Annual Spring Family Egg Hunt! For the past two years, we’ve had the pleasure to sponsor this event by providing 1 oz cookie packs for the egg hunters. This special opportunity allows us to partner with a great organization to share crunchy, sunflower seed cookies with kids and parents alike!

Egg Hunt with Grace's Best Cookies

With affordable ticket pricing at an indoor facility, the sold-out event ensured a positive experience for every family. Featuring activities, giveaways, entertainment, food, and goodies, the 3rd Annual Spring Family Egg Hunt was most certainly a success!

On April 6, 2019, the Wichita Sports Forum flooded with giggly toddlers, enthusiastic parents, and even some preteens who weren’t too cool for an egg hunt!

We anticipate the Spring Family Egg Hunt becoming a spring family tradition for Wichita families for years to come.

Wichita Moms Blog knows how to provide quality family fun and we appreciate their love for local businesses!

Interested in having Grace’s Best Cookies at your next community event? Let us know! We would love to work with you. 

Made with simple ingredients found in your own kitchen, Grace’s Best Cookies stand out from the rest. Order your cookies in time for Easter, Mother’s Day, and graduation to share sweetness with some-bunny you love!

While our 1 oz. packs may not fit inside plastic eggs, they still make the perfect Easter basket treat!

Easter basket with Grace's Best Cookies

Sharing in the egg-citement of community events brings us so much joy. We are excited to celebrate Easter 2019 and look forward to participating in next year’s Spring Family Egg Hunt!

Easter basket giveaways

Photo credit: Wichita Moms Blog and Sally Cavanaugh Films & Photos

A Family Tradition in the Making

Grace’s Best Cookies was built on the foundation of a family tradition.

But what’s so traditional about a cookie made out of sunflower seeds and rolled oats?

 At first glance, there’s nothing traditional about our cookies. Where are the chocolate chips? What about the cream-filled center?

Behind these delicious, crunchy cookies is the story of how an authentic, non-traditional recipe stood the test of time and anchored a family in a new tradition.

 

It all starts with a woman named Margaret. Back in 1992, Margaret, who just happens to be Grace’s grandmother, started her own cookie company just outside of Kansas City, Missouri. She hoped to pass her sunflower-seeds-and-rolled-oats recipe down to the next generations in her family. These cookies in particular were her bestseller, her secret weapon, her masterpiece.

 

Margaret saw how her most loyal fans connected with the naturally delicious ingredients she incorporated into her recipe. And these tasty treats may be small, but they have big flavor.

Person holding Grace's Best Cookies

She refused to pass up the opportunity to make a tradition out of such a unique, non-traditional recipe. But she still needed someone who would carry out her legacy after she retired and have the same passion for her company.

 

She had one candidate in mind who fit that description perfectly. And it was none other than her son, Jeff. Fast-forward ten years to when Grace’s Best Cookies officially began as a family-owned and operated company.

 

In 2002, Jeff agreed to take the reins after Margaret retired and he named the company after his own daughter, Grace.

 

And since Jeff took over the company, over 99 million cookies have been sold in-store and online! Hundreds of grocers saw the potential of stocking their shelves with these sweet snacks. Select Whole Foods Markets, Natural Grocers, GreenAcres Markets, Hy-Vee, and countless other locations nationwide sell Grace’s Best Cookies.

 

Margaret’s vision of a family-owned tradition came to life. Together, both Jeff and Grace continue out her mission to make cookies for the next generation of dedicated snackers.

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