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Martha Stewart x Goldbelly

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Martha Stewart is a top TV personality, but where she’s really excelled is as a brand. In the past two years alone, she’s launched a wine with 19 Crimes, advertised a restaurant in Las Vegas, launched a line of CBD products, and created a line of frozen foods.

Not enough Martha for you? Plus, don’t you feel like leaving home to buy any of the above? Martha takes care of you. This week, she announced another new partnership with upscale national delivery service Goldbelly that will bring an exclusive selection of her culinary creations right to your doorstep.

Available now on a dedicated Martha Stewart section of Goldbelly’s site, 12 different options that, at least at launch, focus on baked goods. “I’m thrilled to partner with Goldbelly to bring my favorite cookies and pastries to their loyal customers,” said Stewart. “Carefully packaged in my signature Martha Blue, these cookies are baked using some of my lifelong favorite recipes and they make the perfect gifts for loved ones or yourself.”

Martha Stewart x Goldbelly

Martha Stewart x Goldbelly

Courtesy of Goldbelly

The star option is kouign amann, described by Goldbelly as “a puff pastry of pastry, sugar and (a lot of) butter from the French region of Brittany. When baked, the outside caramelizes with crispy sugar while the interior remains soft and flaky. .” An 8-pack is $79 with free shipping.

Additionally, the collection includes danishes, croissants and cookies, which can be purchased in assortments or, in some cases, in individual batches. The Assorted Danish is a mix of apricot, cherry, and cream cheese danishes ($79 for a 12-pack with free shipping). And the croissant assortment contains four butter, chocolate, and raisin croissants ($79 for a 12-pack with free shipping).

Martha Stewart x Goldbelly

Martha Stewart x Goldbelly

Courtesy of Goldbelly

Martha fans can also get a mix of all-butter croissants, apricot danishes, and kouign-amann as part of Martha’s 12 Favorite Baked Goods assortment (with the same price as above).

Then there’s an assortment of Martha’s favorite cookies. At $75 for a 9-pack, that sounds pricey, but Goldbelly explains, “Martha calls these cookies ‘one a day’ because they’re big enough to snack on all day! This pack contains three each of Martha’s favorite trios. .cookies: Kitchen Sink, Chocolate Chip Extraordinary, and White Chocolate Pecans!” Cookies can also be purchased in packs of 6 and 12 to choose from.

Martha Stewart x Goldbelly

Martha Stewart x Goldbelly

Courtesy of Goldbelly

Finally, you want something simpler? Customers can also opt for cookies from Alexis (she’s Martha’s daughter) billed as “chocolate chip cookies”. [that] are perfectly thin, crispy and chewy.” They’ll set you back $59 for a 12-pack plus free shipping.

All pastries are shipped frozen and should be baked in your home oven. Cookies are shipped at room temperature and ready to eat.

“Martha is an American icon and we’re thrilled to announce that foodies can now use Goldbelly for her most beloved recipes, anywhere in the country,” added Joe Ariel, Founder and CEO of Goldbelly. “It’s like stopping for a cozy brunch at Martha’s Farm.”

Except you don’t have to go anywhere because Goldbelly delivers them directly to you – which, frankly, is easier on you and probably Martha too.