In cereals, cookies usually have a very prominent role in the market. With different brands, compounds, elaborations, and flavors, there is chocolate, filled, crunchy, with different textures… and among them, there is a special type that has been seen many times in American movies and films. They are the typical Danish cookies, the ones made of puff pastry with vanilla and these are available at Costco.
The supermarkets of Costco have arrived in our country to offer us a variety of products, including food, household, and everyday items… which, until now, we did not usually see in the rest of the usual chains. It is there that with these hypermarket-type stores we have come across a recipe for cookies that have become very well known in recent times and that we can now consume them with the signature of Karens Bakery.
Karens Bakery Danish puff pastry cookies are now at Costco
We are talking about a very iconic type of dessert from Denmark, its country of origin, which focuses on a traditional style of butter and vanilla cookies. They usually contain a lot of butter, which gives them a crunchy texture, flour, and sugar. As such, this northern European country has become famous for this type of butter recipe, where its full cans are exported to the United States and Asia.
From the hand of Karens Bakery, who makes them, they gained followers all over the country and, soon after, became an international success, all thanks to this talented entrepreneur ahead of her time. A passion for craftsmanship that is referred to as the most delicious for sweet lovers. These usually come stored in a puff pastry box, which is how they have been presented all their lives, and their price is 7 dollars.
These cookies from Karens Bakery at Costco are the original recipe.
Also known as vaniljekranse after their country, these cookies are usually made and flavored with vanilla cream, as they now come in this 480 gram format. In addition, they come in various forms. The most common shape is the fluted wreath, made by poaching a long pastry strip with a pastry bag fitted with a star tip. But it is not uncommon to find them in the form of pretzels or rosettes.