Ben’s Cookies, renowned globally for their handmade cookies, straight out of the oven, are all set to launch their first branch in the North at Trafford Centre, on this Valentine’s Day.
They have been baking since 1983 in the Covered Market of Oxford, and their approach to baking has remained the same. With 40 years of experience, they still mix each batch of dough by hand in their kitchen located just outside of Oxford. Their cookies are made using CHUNKS of Belgian chocolate and the finest ingredients. To ensure freshness, Ben’s Cookies are individually hand-rolled and then baked on-site in each of their 13 stores across the UK.
Several markets abroad also host their shops, such as the UAE, Singapore, and Japan.
Winning choices like the Milk Chocolate Chunk or Double Chocolate Chunk are always a classic, but if you’re feeling a bit adventurous, a Caramelised Crunch or White Chocolate & Cranberry will definitely tantalize your taste buds. With a wide range of flavors to choose from, you can choose the one that matches your mood!
Their recent establishment demonstrates their dedication to ensuring that cookie lovers in the North of England have the opportunity to taste their delectable cookies. Additionally, they are determined to present an experience that highlights the skill and precision involved in the creation of each cookie, which will undoubtedly be appreciated by the residents of Manchester.
The brand has been involved in baking since 1983, and the story of its origin is as distinctive as its cookies. Initially a small shop, it has since become a globally recognised name.
Helge Rubinstein, a passionate cookery writer and lover of chocolate, founded the original Ben’s Cookies store in Oxford’s Covered Market in 1984. Despite the passage of time, this store continues to thrive, and additional locations have been established in exclusive destinations throughout England and the world.
The founder’s son, Ben, can be seen in the logo which was illustrated by the famous artist, Sir Quentin Blake – a good friend of Helge’s.