Frequently Asked Questions
Thanks for visiting Good Molly's!
We make over baked goods to make them delicious, nutritious, and free of the most common food allergens.
What flavors do we offer? We have a few options......
- Apple Pie and Oatmeal Raisin are a cross between a cookie, a granola bar, and a crispy treat - essentially, a lifetime of baked good addiction rolled into one snack! These all have some crunch to them on the outside but soft in the center. They are sweetened with pure honey.
- Brownie Bites are Vegan (sweetened with organic tapioca syrup), and Paleo friendly. They are usually soft but if you like them crispier, just put them in the oven for a couple of minutes. We love them folded into our favorite ice-cream!
- Chocolate Chip is a more traditional cookie with pure honey, dark brown sugar, and dairy and soy free chocolate chips.
We add in lots of fiber, keep the sodium low, use only ingredients that are free of genetic modifications - and organic wherever possible.
How long will it take to get my order?
We make small batches at a time. Typically, we bake & ship within 5-7 business days, sending product from the production run that follows your order. That timeframe can be extended during the holidays, so please email us at email@example.com if you have a time-sensitive order. Shipping adds additional time. We are not staffed yet to take phone orders but with your support, we will soon get there! We are very fast at replying via email.
Where do you ship?
Within the continental US only at this point, not Alaska or Hawaii yet. If you live outside of the US and have a large order, we are happy to investigate the cost of shipping to you. We hope to add international shipping if we see a demand for it.
How do you ship?
USPS, UPS, and Fed Ex - depending on the destination.
What is the shelf life of your cookies?
About 7 months. You can freeze them, but allow time to thaw as coconut and honey will get hard in cold temperatures.
Are your cookies organic and non-GMO?
Good Molly's are certified NON-GMO, meaning we do not use any genetically modified ingredients in our cookies. And almost all of our ingredients are organic (the chocolate chips and honey do not have those certifications yet). We go to great lengths to source ingredients that meet our high standards - no junk and no toxins in our cookies.
What about Gluten Free Certified?
Bakeovers are Certified Gluten Free through the Gluten Free Intolerant Group.
Good Molly's are made in peanut free and certified gluten free facility that DOES process foods with dairy, egg, and soy. Coconut is the only tree nut used in the facility (used only in our cookies). Other tree nuts are used on a different line in a different part of the adjacent facility, separated by walls.
The facility is SQF Level 2, that uses "Good Manufacturing Practices" to segregate allergens and performs swab testing on any equipment prior to use and finished product testing of gluten.
Every ingredient sourced comes from suppliers that do not process gluten, dairy, peanuts, egg, soy, or tree nuts (other than coconut). We periodically run third party batch testing of finished product, testing for allergens at a certified lab.
Are Good Molly's Kosher?
Yes, Good Molly's are certified Kosher by Orthodox Union.
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