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Fresh Flours: Chocolate Pecan Creme Sandwich Cookies from Dahlia Bakery

Chocolate butter pecan sandwich cookie from Dahlia Bakery
Imagine a chocolate cookie, and then make it about five times more buttery than the one you were imagining--and add some pecans into the mix, too.

Then, sandwich two of them together with a smear of buttery frosting.

You are now beginning to get the idea behind the Chocolate Pecan Creme Sandwich Cookie from Seattle's Dahlia Bakery. This cookie is small--not the typical gargantuan bakery or coffee shop cookie, here--but extremely mighty. I picked one up after a serious lunch at Serious Pie just around the corner, and all I can say is that it was a double whammy of Tom Douglas deliciousness.  The cookie had been suggested by a friend, and while it probably wouldn't have been my first choice purely based on visual appeal, it was definitely a delightful taste surprise. Every bite was rich with chocolate, pecan, and butter--in that order.

This is all to say, if you see this cookie when you visit Dahlia--get one. Or two. Don't forget the coconut cream pie, either.

Dahlia Lounge and Dahlia Bakery are located side by side at 2001 4th Ave., Seattle; check them (and Tom Douglas' other restaurants) out at tomdouglas.com.

Reader Comments (5)

Guess where we're stopping after brunch? :) You're a Douglas groupie!

October 30 | Unregistered CommenterJulie

Speaking of Fresh Flours, have you ever been to the bakery of the same name on Phinney Ridge?

October 30 | Unregistered CommenterLucy

Like an oatmeal creme pie only fifty times better!

October 31 | Unregistered CommenterTender Branson

Fresh Flours Bakery is moving to Ballard - right next to Bastille. And looking for help on Craigslist.

November 1 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

Yum, these cookies are a weakness of mine. Love their egg sandwiches and doughnuts too. yummy!

November 3 | Unregistered CommenterCallista
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