Selma Good Company

I recently had the pleasure of taking a little trip to Selma, AL. On my bucket list of things to do there was to taste the Selma Good cookies I had heard so many great things about. I decided to try the Mo Budda’s – Butterscotch Oatmeal Cookies, especially since I’d be doing a review on Oatmeal Mountain. I popped one of these cookies in my mouth and it was love at first taste – truly the perfect cookie! These are small, bite-size cookies with a ton of flavor. As the guy at Mark’s Mart said “I could put those cookies in a bowl, pour some milk over it, and eat it like cereal”. That would be the breakfast of champions! To make things even better, since these cookies are perfectly portioned, you get 5 cookies for just 25 calories!

Here’s more info on the company:

The Selma Good Company is a micro-bakery in Selma Alabama located in historic downtown. We pride ourselves in baking real cookies, with real ingredients and “real BUDDA”. 10% of gross profits go to IWW,

And the cookie:

Buddascotch Oatmeal cookies

A unique combination of cinnamon, butter, and oatmeal, all contribute to an unbelievably rich flavor. These cookies are “mo budda” than any cookie you’ve ever eaten!

Ingredients: Real Butter, flour, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, sugar, brown sugar, eggs, vanilla extract, morsels, oats

Wondering where to get these?

Well, you can make the trip to Selma, AL or find their products at other local retailers such as Pepper Place or even as a topping at Yogurt Lab in Vestavia. Check out their website for more info.


Go get you some Mo Budda!

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