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Maker Monday: Grey Ghost Bakery

Trick or treat? Grey Ghost Bakery is both!

Owner Katherine Frankstone named her bakery after the local ghost, because she knew “the taste of a truly good cookie should haunt you – and maybe even keep you up at night.” According to South Carolina folklore, this “Grey Ghost” warned townspeople of impending storms. But the only storm at this bakery is the one Katherine is baking up in the kitchen!

Katherine learned to bake from her dad and still uses an old family recipe to make what she describes as “old fashioned, comfort cookies.” Each cookie is made with love (and rolled by hand!). Now that’s giving packaged cookies a human touch! Katherine’s dad described the Cinnamon Pecan cookie as the “goodest cookie ever” - we have to agree!

Try it for yourself and their other delicious flavors, which include Chocolate Espresso, Lemon Sugar and Molasses Spice. Then watch the video below to learn more about this ghoulish (and delicious!) operation.

What are you waiting for? Grab a glass of milk and get dunking!

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