Grey Ghost Bakery

Legendary Southern Family Recipes Done Right
Grey Ghost Bakery
Like the ghost tales of the Carolina Lowcountry, Grey Ghost Bakery’s legendary recipes have passed through one family for generations! There is something about these cookies; they are so subtle yet so delicious.
Joe Ariel - CEO, The Marco Polo of Food

We all love a good ghost story. Especially if its more cookie and less Casper. Grey Ghost Bakery is named after an old coastal South Carolina legend of a friendly ghost dressed in grey who warns residents of incoming storms. Katherine Frankstone, owner and baker extraordinaire, has been baking up her family’s classic cookie recipes that have become legends of their own. Our cravings for these hauntingly delicious cookies keep us up all night. Each tender and chewy cookie is made from scratch and hand-formed, just like Katherine’s family has done for generations.

We ain’t afraid of no cookie.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Grey Ghost Bakery has been featured in Food & Wine Magazine and is a Martha Stewart American-made favorite.

Grey Ghost Bakery

Legendary Southern Family Recipes Done Right

We all love a good ghost story. Especially if its more cookie and less Casper. Grey Ghost Bakery is named after an old coastal South Carolina legend of a friendly ghost dressed in grey who warns residents of incoming storms. Katherine Frankstone, owner and baker extraordinaire, has been baking up her family’s classic cookie recipes that have become legends of their own. Our cravings for these hauntingly delicious cookies keep us up all night. Each tender and chewy cookie is made from scratch and hand-formed, just like Katherine’s family has done for generations.

We ain’t afraid of no cookie.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Grey Ghost Bakery has been featured in Food & Wine Magazine and is a Martha Stewart American-made favorite.