The cookie, a delicious part of our lives that everyone can agree on is fantastic. I mean do you know anyone who doesn't like cookies? there are so many varieties there has to be a cookie for everyone, right?

Get our free mobile app

In this article, I am looking at the BEST "cookie shops" here in Ocean County, based on YELP rankings. This basically means that popularity is based on folks' comments, reviews, and stars.

Listen to Shawn Michaels mornings on 92.7 WOBM and download our free 92.7 WOBM app.

Here are the best rated "cookie shops" in Ocean County:



Google Maps


6. Red Rose bakery in Toms River

Red Rose is located at 1843 Hooper Ave, Toms River, NJ 08753. "Love this bakery! Cookies are delicious and the prices are great."


google maps

5. The Cookie Lady's Cafe in Point Pleasant

The Cookie Lady's cafe is located at 2501 NJ-88, Point Pleasant, NJ 08742 "The Cookie Lady's Café is a charming breakfast and lunch restaurant serving the Point Pleasant Area."


Google Maps

4. Mandoli's in Toms River

Mandoli's is located at 11 Washington St, Toms River, NJ 08753 "If you think it we can create it!"


Google Maps


3. Baked on the Beach in Surf City

Baked on the Beach is located at 2101 Long Beach Blvd, Surf City, NJ 08008. "Absolute best bakery in LBI!"


2. Sweet Bites by Angela Catering

For information Call (732) 864-7836...."Try her kitchen, and your guests will be impressed and you will be inspired!"


Google Maps


1. La La's Gourmet Cookies in Brick Township

La La's is located at 283 Mantoloking Rd, Brick Township, NJ 08723. "These cookies are amazing!  Great variety, have loved everything I have tried."

Let us know if you have a great "cookie" place that you want to recommend to our listeners and post the spots below and enjoy a delicious cookie this week :)


The 20 Dynamite New Jersey Diners That Are Too Tasty Not to Try

See How School Cafeteria Meals Have Changed Over the Past 100 Years

Using government and news reports, Stacker has traced the history of cafeteria meals from their inception to the present day, with data from news and government reports. Read on to see how various legal acts, food trends, and budget cuts have changed what kids are getting on their trays.