Hot cookies on wheels?

Sugar Momma’s Cookies is looking to get into the food-truck game.

The cookie company began providing Asheville with sweets in 2005, later opening a storefront at 13 Broadway St., which closed in 2010.

Jaime Hadnagy, the owner of the business, has been working several jobs to keep her dream afloat. She currently provides hot-cookie delivery and wholesale goods to various cafes and food retail locations and also offers up dough for the Ultimate Ice Cream Company’s (what else) cookie-dough ice cream. 

Recently, Hadnagy set up a Kickstarter campaign to take her sweets to the streets. She wants to purchase a food truck so she can offer fresh-baked cookies, cookie sandwiches with Ultimate’s ice cream, bubble tea and various other sugary goods from local eateries. “I think it’s something that could complement the other food trucks,” Hadnagy says.

Hadnagy’s Kickstarter campaign ends on Saturday, March 24. Pledges start at $1. A pledge of $200 or more nets a veritable truckload of goodies, including a month of deciding where proceeds from Hadnagy’s charitable “community cookie” will be directed.


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