With New York City decked out in Christmas lights and other holiday decorations, Momofuku Milk Bar is bringing back its cornflake-chocolate-chip-peppermint cookies for another year. Like the bakery chain's other offerings, the cookies combine the taste of a classic dessert with unexpected ingredients for a deliciously indulgent treat.
The cornflake-chocolate-chip-peppermint cookies originally made their debut back in 2008, after owner Christina Tosi's mother sent her a care package with dozens of broken candy canes. The candy canes were then added to the popular cornflake-chocolate-chip cookies, thus creating one of Momofuku Milk Bar's most iconic treats. Now the sugary sweet biscuits have returned for another year, along with the cornflake-peppermint marshmallow cookies, which feature the surprise addition of mini marshmallows.
Currently available for reservation in New York City or for pick up at the Union Square Holiday Market, these treats are perfect for fans of Tosi's other indulgent desserts or for those attending Trend Hunter’s New York innovation conference who are looking for a way to immerse themselves in contemporary foodie culture.
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