Vermont Cookie Love® in the News!
Martha Stewart - June 29, 2016
"Reason #6: Eat Ice Cream... But not just any... Food director Sarah Carey’s vacation go-to is the Maple and Coffee Swirl from Vermont Cookie Love, in North Ferrisburgh, Vermont." Read article
Vermont Public Radio - January 20, 2015
“Paul Seyler, owner of Vermont Cookie Love in North Ferrisburgh, says that local ingredients have always been important to the company. He thinks that sourcing ingredients that do not contain GMOs won't be a "big jump" for them." Read article
Seven Days Newspaper - July 30, 2014
“Many swing by for a freshly baked cookie, but in summer the greater attraction is smooth, thick creemees made from Vermont dairy.”
The Rachael Ray Show
October 1, 2009
Vermont Cookie Love was featured as the Snack of the Day!
Edible Green Mountains
"If you have ever doubted that a simple chocolate chip cookie could put a smile on your face, then you haven't tried Vermont Cookie Love's 'First Love™' cookie. Want to share something a bit more decadent with your sweetheart this Valentine's Day" Bake up a batch of 'Forbidden Love™' triple chocolate chip cookies, using the company's frozen cookie dough."
Burlington Free Press
Business Monday - May 26, 2008
"On the scale of difficulty - one being nearly impossible - and 10 being laughably easy - selling gourmet frozen cookie dough falls somewhere in the 12 or 13 neighborhood. It's not like hawking garbage bags or plastic utensils or some other product that no one really cares about. Cookie dough is something few among us can resist, whether it's in a mixing bowl or in the frozen foods section in the grocery store."
Burlington Free Press
February 12, 2008
"For a more G-rated Valentine's Day, look for Vermont Cookie Love's 'It's a Wonderful Love™' frozen logs of sugar cookie dough in the freezer case of local independent markets. They can be sliced and baked just like those other national brands from the refrigerator case, but they are all natural and locally made…."
October 25, 2007
"FERRISBURGH - A new business is bringing something sweet to the area. The family-owned, Ferrisburgh-based Vermont Cookie Love has started making and selling several different varieties of cookies, as well as what they're calling a Dough-rito: frozen cookie dough packaged like a burrito."