Virginia Shortbread Buttons

$3.25
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VSB

This is not your ordinary shortbread. Our Virginia Shortbread buttons have a less dense texture and unique flavor because they are not made with traditional white granulated sugar. We hope you enjoy the change from the norm with these melt in your mouth cookies. Real ingredients just makes good food!

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  • 5
    Shortbread Cookies

    Posted by Donna Bullard on 28th Jun 2019

    These are the best shortbread cookies I have tried. They go in gift baskets for my company Largus Gifts.

  • 5
    Virginia Shortbread Buttons

    Posted by David on 6th Jun 2019

    These are melt-in-your-mouth treats. Warning - a 7 oz. package should be labeled as a "single serving", not 7. And they bring out the worst in me ... I don't want to share.

  • 5
    Shortbread Buttons and Cheese Straws

    Posted by The Inn on West Liberty on 26th Apr 2019

    My sister and I were introduced to the Savannah Grace products at the Atlanta Gift Show this past January and they are both outstanding. As such we serve both at our Inn. You won't be disappointed!!
    Patty H.

  • 5
    Virginia Shortbread Buttons

    Posted by Michelle on 31st Jul 2018

    These are the best shortbread cookies that I have ever had! One bite and you are sure to be hooked. I recommend them to any and everyone!

  • 5
    The Best I've Ever Had

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Jan 2017

    I'll be real honest here. I love chocolate. In fact, I rarely eat sweets that are void of chocolate. However, I received a bag of these shortbreads for Christmas from my sister-in-law. Our daughter's name is Savannah Grace, so it was a very sweet gesture. I was shocked by how yummy delicious these cookies are. They are melt in your mouth, slap your mamma good. In fact, I gobbled them up and had to order another bag on line.
    A few wishes of mine are:
    1) There were sold in local stores near me.
    2) Shipping wasn't as expensive.
    Thank you for making such delicious cookies. These are considered "clean eating," right?