Dorie Greenspan’s CookieBar Returns for a Valentine’s Weekend Pop-Up


More good news on the sweets front: Dorie and Josh Greenspan’s CookieBar is returning for a pop-up at Mizu Salon just in time for Valentine’s Day! All who missed out on the last batch of World Peace Cookies and Jammers now can get the ideal sweet treat for their loved ones (better than a Russell Stover box of chocolates, promise).

The pop-up will run from February 6 to 10 beginning at 10 a.m. and will feature all sorts of cookies from the baking guru and her son.

Cookies available will include the classics:

World Peace Cookies, made with Valrhona cocoa, hand-chopped bittersweet chocolate shards, and fleur de sel
French Vanilla Sables, sugar-topped shortbread cookies
Blueberry Jammers, sables baked with blueberry jam and vanilla butter streusel
Chewy, Chunky Blondies, brown-sugar blondies chock-full of Valrhona milk chocolate, sweet coconut, and toasted pecans
Espresso-Chocolate Shortbreads, espresso sables with lots and lots of chopped Valrhona bittersweet chocolate

But wait! The Greenspans will be debuting new flavors, too:

Brown Sugar-and-Spice Jammers, made with all the spices that make French pain d’épices so alluring
Peppermint-Chocolate Sables, peppermint-and-Valrhona-cocoa butter cookies generously speckled with pieces of Valrhona bittersweet chocolate
Crash-O-Cookies, spiced oatmeal and raisin cookies created especially for the graffiti artist John “Crash” Matos

And finally, you’ll be able to sample from the Cocktail Collection Cookies, sweet-savory cookies meant for wine and champagne, including the following flavors:

Cocoa-Cayenne, Valrhona cocoa shortbreads spiked with cayenne and finished with Maldon sea salt
Rosemary-Parmesan, made with freshly grated aged Parmesan, fresh chopped rosemary, and fleur de sel
Sesame-Sea Salt, salty almond shortbread cookies topped with black and white sesame seeds
Cranberry-Five Spice, made with fresh cranberries and Chinese five-spice powder

For a preview of what’s to come, check out our coverage of previous years’ pop-ups.