The little Hawaiian cookies you’ve seen popping up on Instagram, Pinterest and in stores across the U.S. are a tiny little part of a much larger story.
They’re the result of a joint effort between two companies, Lumiere haitis, and Little Haiti.
The companies were able to get a taste of their new wares by participating in a competition that gave out prizes.
This year’s winners include The Coffee House and a small selection of Little Haits cookies.
The winners were given $50,000 worth of prizes and were able a taste for themselves of what’s to come.
For the past year, Lumier haitis has been making little haitas to serve in its restaurants around the world.
This time, they were able share the cookies in the hopes of creating a new type of cookie.
While it may not be as fancy as the ones you might find at your local bakery, Lumieri haitis cookies are baked in a process that takes about an hour, and they’re made with a different kind of sugar, which helps them retain more moisture.
As a result, the cookies have a chewier texture.
They also have a little bit of the smell of coconut that many people love.
In the process, they’ve also become more expensive to produce, according to Lumiere.
But these little haits are just the start of what Lumiere plans to do with their cookies.
In fact, Lumiemes cookies are so popular that Lumiere’s owners plan to open a second bakery in Miami, where they’re also building out a tasting room and a kitchen.
The company hopes that by sharing their cookies with others, they’ll help the community understand what makes them special and that they can then create new recipes that they think are more suitable for the holidays.
It’s an ambitious project for a company that hasn’t done much outside of its business.
But the Lumiere family is determined to make the cookies and they’ll be doing everything they can to get there.