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                                                                         Shortbread Cookies Anyone?

In the beginning shortbread was expensive and reserved as a luxury for special occasions like Christmas, Hogmanay (Scottish New Year’s Eve), and weddings. Through the years it developed into an everyday favorite and is now enjoyed all around the world. Traditional shortbread consisted of three main ingredients: flour, sugar and butter. Today many varieties of shortbread exist, but most still include the traditional ingredients.

                    These cookies are delicious with Tea or Coffee and of course a nice cold glass of milk!


       In summer Ice-Cream Sandwhiches are always a treat for Kids and Adults alike these cookies are 

                               large enough to handle any of your favorite Ice Cream flavors! 








                                                           Simply Delicious Short Bread


                                                                2 Packs of 10 cookies for $19.95

               At Better Than Mom's our cakes are baked and shipped in the same day!  2 Day Priority Mail for  freshness!

Place your order by clicking the "Buy Now or Add to Cart" button located below each cake and you will be directed to the "Better Than Mom's" Paypal checkout.  Ordering is fast and easy.  No Paypal account... no worries you will still be able to place your order on the Paypal site using any major credit card.  With Paypal your information is secure and is never share.

​                       I look forward to baking one of these delicious cakes for you to enjoy with family and friends!​


Madeleines 36 for $27.95
These French butter cakes are my favorite. Delicious with coffee or Tea...not too sweet but just right... oh la la!  You can enjoy 36 of these petite french cakes for $27.95. Bon appetite!  Browned Butter with Orange and Almond flavor.  You will also receive my Lemon Browned Butter Sauce to dip, drizzle or eat by the is just that good!

Madeleines are always associated with the little French town of Commercy, whose bakers were said to have once, long ago, paid a "very large sum" for the recipe and sold the little cakes packed in oval boxes as a specialty in the area. Nuns in eighteenth-century France frequently supported themselves and their schools by making and selling a particular sweet. Commercy once had a convent dedicated to St. Mary Magdelen. Historians think that the nuns, probably when all the convents and monasteries of France were abolished during the French Revolution, sold their recipe to the bakers.    

Choose your flavor
Choose your flavor


                             June 23 
National Pecan Sandies Day is an American food holiday that is celebrated by cookie lovers    But you can enjoy these delicious cookies anytime.  These are great with coffee or tea or a a midday pick me up or late night snack with an Ice-Cold glass of milk!

As long as baking has been documented, cookie-like wafers have existed.  This is in a large part because they travel very well.  

Pecan sandies are a favorite of many and are typically made with a combination of flours, sugars, butter, pecans and a few additional ingredients.  The texture of these melt-in-your-mouth cookies are similar to shortbread cookies.

Pecan Sandies                                  

We are offering 25 of these delicious melt in your mouth treats for $27.95


No sooner had the warm liquid mixed with the crumbs touched my palate than a shudder ran through me and I stopped, intent upon the extraordinary thing that was happening to me. An exquisite pleasure had invaded my senses, something isolated, detached, with no suggestion of its origin. And at once the vicissitudes of life had become indifferent to me, its disasters innocuous, its brevity illusory – this new sensation having had on me the effect which love has of filling me with a precious essence; or rather this essence was not in me it was me. ... Whence did it come? What did it mean? How could I seize and apprehend it? ... And suddenly the memory revealed itself. The taste was that of the little piece of madeleine which on Sunday mornings at Combray (because on those mornings I did not go out before mass), when I went to say good morning to her in her bedroom, my aunt Léonie used to give me, dipping it first in her own cup of tea or tisane. The sight of the little madeleine had recalled nothing to my mind before I tasted it. And all from my cup of tea.

—Marcel Proust, In Search of Lost Time

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