New: Ina Garten’s Bake-at-Home Cookies!


Ina Garten Bake-at-Home Cookies

Have you ever wanted to bake just like Ina Garten? Well now you can! We’re thrilled to introduce Bake-at-Home Cookies from the queen herself, and they just might be the easiest – and most delicious – cookies you’ll ever bake. 

These cookies come in your choice of three flavors – Chocolate Chunk, Chocolate White Chocolate Chunk, and Oatmeal Raisin – all made with simple, honest ingredients. Three dozen of them will arrive at your door, pre-shaped and frozen. When you’re ready to bake them, all you need to do is place them onto a sheet pan, pop them into a 350-degree oven (no need to thaw them first!), bake, and enjoy. As Ina would say, “How easy is that?!”

Ina Garten Cookie Dough
Ina Garten Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
Ina Garten Cookie Dough
Ina Garten Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Goldbelly co-founders Joe & Vanessa Ariel are big fans of these cookies, as is their young son, Kobe. Here’s what they had to say: 

“This is the most genius invention. We always keep a supply of Ina’s cookie dough in the freezer, so when our son Kobe wants dessert we just grab a few and pop them into the oven! 15 minutes later, the whole house smells amazing and a hot, gooey, perfect chocolate chip cookie is in his little hands.”

You can stock up on Ina’s new Bake-at-Home Cookies here, and while you’re at it, explore all of her most iconic desserts, including Beatty’s Chocolate Cake, Ina’s Coconut Cake, Outrageous Chocolate Brownies, and her brand-new Lemon Bundt Cake, all shipping from Ina’s kitchen to yours!

Dan Myers

Dan Myers is Goldbelly’s Senior Content Manager and Senior Editor of the Goldbelly Blog. He joined Goldbelly in 2020, and as the company’s primary copywriter he also writes copy for all brand marketing initiatives including marketing emails as well as on-page descriptions for all new merchants and products.

Before joining Goldbelly, Dan spent seven years as Deputy Editor for The Daily Meal, a food and drink website. During his time there, he wrote everything from news briefs to major tentpoles including the 101 Best Restaurants in America and the 50 Best Burgers in America, forming a base of knowledge that has served him well at Goldbelly.

Prior to joining The Daily Meal, Dan founded and spent several years running a neighborhood blog called Here’s Park Slope, based out of the neighborhood in Brooklyn. Its primary focus was on the opening and closing of local businesses (especially restaurants), and it was named Brooklyn’s Best Neighborhood Blog by The L Magazine.

Dan graduated from NYU with a degree in Communication & Mass Media, and still lives in Brooklyn with his wife Janie and French Bulldog, Nugget.