Booty Bar™

Available for Local Pick Up Only On Saturday 6/20

Some might say that this cookie is over the top; even hedonistic. I say “life is short; enjoy every Booty Bar!” Layers of shortbread, dulce de leche, Rice Krispies, Nutella, and flourless brownie combine to recreate a candy bar from my my childhood. Over the top, hedonistic, PERFECT. (For the best Booty experience: eat these COLD.) Featured on the Food Network’s Unique Sweets.

Bakers Against Racism

The other day, I read an article by Dana Brownlee in which she said "Racial injustice in 2020 isn’t fundamentally a black problem, arguably it’s a white problem. Our most recent racial injustice reminders – George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Amy Cooper, Omar Jimenez – while abhorrent and despicable, for most black people sadly weren’t all that shocking. For us, it wasn’t news. It was just a peek into the reality with which we’re all too familiar. This is why so many feel a sense of activism fatigue (whether they’re an activist or not) and why many insist that the onus really lay with white people to decide that enough is enough". 

As a white woman I am saying ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! To my black neighbors, friends, and customers - I love you, I support you, and I will work to actively create an inclusive community. We at VLC are continuing to engage in ways to be part of the healing, and as you know, cookies are typically how we get our message out. 

Enter, our participation in Bakers Against Racism. This initiative was started in Washington DC by Chefs Paola Velez, Willa Lou Pelini, Chef Rob Rubba to raise funds for local organizations working to end racism. We are fired up and getting our booties to work to support this effort, these nonprofits, and share some love with our Booty Bars. 

We are Supporting These Non Profits


Founded by Makisha Boothe, Sistahbiz is a Denver-based, nonprofit, business accelerator that provides affordable options for coaching, training and services to help Black women build scalable, sellable models and access the back office support, financial and social capital that they need to play big in business. Their programs and support of Black women entrepreneurs is vast and inspiring.  

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Soul 2 Soul Sisters

Co-Founded by Rev. Tawana Davis and Rev. Dr. Dawn Riley Duval, @soul2soulsisters is a fiercely faith-based, Black Womxn-led, racial justice organization focused on Black healing and Black liberation. They are one of the ONLY organizations in the U.S. that provides 1) fulsome programming for Black Womxn that promotes healing, healthy-living and abundant joy, 2) ongoing anti-racism cohorts, 3) ongoing Black voter engagement work through our campaign called, "Let My People Vote" and 4) leadership in conversations regarding reparations as economic justice and healing justice.

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