Mother-daughter duo creates sweet success

A mother-daughter duo from Weston used a tried-and-true family recipe to start their own successful business.



Four years ago, Julie Tolkin and her daughter Corey decided to turn their shared passion for sweet treats into a small business called Whipped Up.



After years of concocting creative batches, the pair came up with Unbakeables, a ready-to-eat cookie dough bite sandwiched between chocolate chips.



The Tolkins say they offer eight different flavors of Unbakeables. Their products can be found in dozens of stores like Whole Foods throughout southwestern Connecticut and New York City.


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