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Sweet Spot: Extraordinary Desserts' All of the Above Cookie

The bakery teams up with a SoCal blogger for this limited-edition cookie with a sweet charity angle


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Extraordinary Desserts chef-owner Karen Krasne and LA–based blogger Emily Schuman of Cupcakes and Cashmere have teamed up to create the limited-edition All of the Above cookie, with 25 percent of proceeds going to Global Fund for Women, a women’s rights organization headquartered in San Francisco.

The treat gets its name from combining ingredients you’d find in a dozen different cookies into one rich, chocolatey package. It starts with a dark Valrhona chocolate base and is mixed with white chocolate, caramelized cocoa nibs, and a pinch of French sea salt, topped with 23 ¾ karat edible gold leaf. It’s available in the bakery and online through the end of the month in packs of 6 ($22.50) and 12 ($45). So have your cookie, and give back, too.

2929 Fifth Avenue, Bankers Hill; 1430 Union Street, Little Italy

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