Annie the Baker brings you chewy gooey mounds of decadent cookie goodness, each made from scratch and baked to perfection. The cookie for those who love cookie dough more than the cookie!
Try all of our delectable flavors!
Emeril stops by Annie’s booth at Napa Farmers market Visit Annie at Napa and St. Helena farmers’ markets (look for the PITTSBURGH STEELERS tent):
Napa Certified Farmers Market
Tue/Sat 8am-12:30pm (May - Oct)
Oxbow Public Marketplace (in the parking lot near Copia), Napa, CA
St Helena Farmers Market
Friday 7:30am-12noon (May - Oct)
Crane Park, St Helena, CA
Find Annie the Baker cookies in these fine stores:
139 Main St, Los Altos, CA
42 Elm Street, Los Gatos, CA
Ritual Coffee Roasters
Oxbow Public Market, 610 First Street, Napa, CA
1321 First Street, Napa, CA
Browns Valley Yogurt and Espresso
3265 Browns Valley Road, Napa, CA
Dean & DeLuca Market
607 Saint Helena Hwy S, Saint Helena, CA
1115 Main Street, St. Helena, CA
1340 Main Street, St. Helena, CA
(in the Ranch Market)
6498 Washington Street, Yountville, CA
Annie poses with the penguin is the perfect example of a professional woman who finally decided to take a chance and change career direction, pursuing her true natural passion in the pastry arts. Hailing from Pittsburgh, Annie attended Saint Mary’s College in South Bend, Indiana, before working as an accountant for corporate financial institutions in downtown Chicago.
After ten years of “counting beans” and–more importantly–delighting coworkers with her tasty homemade treats, Annie ventured west to attend the CIA (no, not that one, the Culinary Institute of America in Saint Helena, California), earning a degree in Pastry Arts and catapulting Annie from passionate amateur baker to dedicated professional pastry chef. She spent the next five years as Head Pastry Chef of the famous Mustards Grill in Napa Valley, but another mission was calling.
“So why are cookies?” asked Annie. She tinkered for over a year before finally perfecting the recipe for her unique brand of dough-like cookies; cookies that capture the decadent essence of butter, sugar and eggs in an imposing mound of goodness.
That was almost five years ago, and Annie has continued developing her cookie mastery with new recipes of both classic and soon-to-be-classic cookie flavors. There are currently 18 indulgent varieties (some seasonal), with more in development. And who benefits from all of this tasty creative genius? You do.
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