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Vegas Golden Knights-Inspired Pucks Cookies & Treats Drops This Spring in Henderson

Creative cookies and Puck Bunny desserts head to Henderson

Hockey puck-shaped, 2.5 oz. cookies, headed to the District at Green Valley Ranch, from Pucks Cookies & Treats.
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Moving into a prime position next door to Shake Shack, locals Jenny and Mark Edington are on target for a spring launch of their Vegas Golden Knights-inspired cookies and dessert restaurant at the District at Green Valley Ranch.

Currently hoping for a June debut and waiting on permit permission to begin construction, plywood is now up at Pucks Cookies & Treats, taking over a section of a shuttered Jos. A. Bank Clothiers store on Village Walk Drive. Early renderings indicate the space will feature a handful of indoor seats, plus tables out on the patio.

Baking its inventory daily with in-house prepared dough, the namesake, 2.5-ounce cookies are shaped like hockey pucks and will be available in an evolving roster of flavors and seasonal specials.

Already testing ingredients at catering events, recent combinations have included a s’mores puck, a gingerbread cookie topped with Nutella and ice cream, plus pumpkin with cinnamon buttercream frosting, Mexican chili chocolate, salty oat with tart cherries, toasted pecan coconut, and the caramel apple with a caramel center.

Also planned, a “Puck Bunny” creation, stacked with a cookie, ice cream, and covered with meringue. Future store hours have yet to be announced.

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Shake Shack

3060 Fillmore Street, , CA 94123 (415) 405-4618 Visit Website

District at Green Valley Ranch

2240 Village Walk Dr, Henderson, NV 89052 (702) 564-8595 Visit Website

Pucks Cookies & Treats

2225 Village Walk Drive, Henderson, NV 702-343-4964 Visit Website

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