Best Baked Goods in NYC
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New York, NY
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Posted almost 6 years ago
Milk & Cookies Bakery
For cookiewich lovers, scrap the Tollhouse wrapped version and go to Milk and Cookies instead. They have over 16 flavors of cookies that you can mix and match with almost as many flavors of ice cream and toppings, making for a totally personalized experience.
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New York, NY
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Posted almost 6 years ago
Little Cupcake Bakeshop
Little Cupcake Bakeshop features a variety of unique cake flavors, as well as mini cheesecakes that are perfect for solo diving in. Their cookie dough cake is beloved among food photographers, and combines two wonderful things: real cookie dough and cake. The oreo cheesecake is their best cheesecake; it's so good, you'll want to eat two in one sitting.
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New York, NY
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Posted almost 6 years ago
City Cakes
City Cakes cookies are on the flatter side, but still manage to have that perfect combination of crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Their cookies are all a half-pound, and should be topped with frosting and sprinkles for the full effect. Definitely a cookie that takes days to eat, but is totally worth it.
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New York, NY
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Posted almost 6 years ago
Levain Bakery
Levain is the original creator of the big fluffy cookie, and is also a great go-to for melty, classic flavors. Their dark chocolate peanut butter surpasses all competitors, but they also serve chocolate chip walnut, dark chocolate chocolate chip, and oatmeal raisin.
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New York, NY
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Posted almost 6 years ago
The Donut Pub
The Donut Pub is more than just good donuts; it has cronuts that rival popular cronut-carrier Dominique Ansel. Their cronuts are decadent and melt in your mouth. Salted caramel is the best, but other great cronuts include Cannoli Cream and S'mores. The best part: they're open 24 hours.
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New York, NY
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Posted almost 6 years ago
Chip NYC
Chip delivers the classics well (think chocolate chip, chocolate chip walnut, dark chocolate peanut butter), but where they really shine is their unique flavor combinations built around holidays and flavor contests. Favorites include their "Snickersdoodle," "Hot Fudge Sundae," "Carrot Cake," and "Baklava" cookies. The menu rotates through four cookies daily, so be sure to check their Instagram story often for the flavors of the day. Their cookies are big and fluffy, crispy on the outside and gooey on the inside.
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New York, NY
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Posted almost 6 years ago
Sweet Corner Bakeshop
Sweet Corner has red velvet, nutella-stuffed cookies, called the "Red Velvet Nutella Bomb," that are out of this world. Their Sea Salt Chocolate Chip cookies are also completely worth it, as well as their rainbow cake.
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New York, NY
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Posted almost 6 years ago
The Doughnut Project
With unique flavors like "Chocolate Malt" and "Prosecco," donut lovers will rejoice at the ever-changing rotation of donuts to try. The Doughnut Project also serves great coffee, and its many pieces of art and graffitti on the walls will make you want to sit and chill out while you eat.
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New York, NY
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Posted almost 6 years ago
Empire Cake
Empire Cake creates beautiful, tall cakes perfect for any occasion, but their wide selection of baked goods really shines. Come here and get everything: the black and white cookies are exceptional, and their cupcakes, cookies, and frosting-filled cookiewiches are all crowd pleasers. You can't go wrong with anything you get!
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New York, NY
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Posted almost 6 years ago
Two Little Red Hens
The best cupcakes in NYC; they're rich, flavorful, and have frosting fillings within the cake that make the long line worth it. The Brooklyn Blackout (four layers of chocolate cake, three layers of chocolate pudding filling, and fudge frosting) and peanut butter chocolate are two highlights, and are served in both regular and mini sizes to ensure you can try all their flavors. Also be sure to try their cheesecake.
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