You Can Get Ina Garten’s Outrageous Chocolate Brownies Shipped Straight to Your Home — and They’ll Arrive in Time for the Holidays

published Dec 13, 2021
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“No one remembers what you served for dinner, but everyone remembers dessert!” This sage advice comes straight from the effortlessly fabulous Queen herself — Ina Garten. The quote (and frankly, life advice) is part of Ina’s partnership with Goldbelly, the do-good, eat-good online marketplace that ships regional specialties across the country. 

Goldbelly operates on a simple premise: regional food faves deserve national love. It’s the best way to sample hyper-local treats you keep hearing about (IT’S IT ice cream sandwiches, anyone?), without ever leaving home. So if you’ve always wondered what it would be like to stroll around the corner to Ina’s Barefoot Contessa food shop in the Hamptons, we’ve got very, very good news.  

Ina’s offering a baker’s dozen swoon-worthy sweet treats through Goldbelly, and there’s still time to order for holiday delivery. Folks, we cannot stress this enough: You can buy brownies, cookies, or an entire cake from Ina’s Barefoot Contessa kitchen. No matter where you live. In time for Christmas! An Ina Garten x Goldbelly treat is the perfect gift for superfans, but we’re betting that no one would turn down a platter of her Outrageous Brownies. Better still, the prices are surprisingly affordable — that decadent coconut cake we just mentioned is under $90! Let’s check out what Ina’s baked up.

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Goldbelly
$59.00

This assortment is the Ina Garten equivalent of “I’ll have what she’s having.” This order comes with either 12 or 24 of the Barefoot Contessa’s best-loved cookies. The platters come with an assortment of Chocolate Chunk Walnut, Chocolate White Chocolate Chunk, Oatmeal Raisin, and Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk. So, something for everyone. Or everything for you. Your call.

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Goldbelly
$59.00

With or without walnuts: You get to choose! Order a tray of these dark and fudgy brownies, and convert even the most staunch “cake-like” brownie fan in your life. Wondering what makes them different? Ina puts a splash of coffee in the batter. You should probably order some and taste-test it yourself.

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Goldbelly
$89.00

About that cake. This is the cake to end all other cakes. The cake of our dreams. The cake of your dreams! Picture it: Four layers of tender, almondy white cake. A tangy cream cheese frosting. A shower of shredded coconut. Actually, stop picturing it. Order one ASAP and excuse yourself from baking duties this Christmas.

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Goldbelly
$59.00

These hearty, not-too-sweet cookies are sophisticated and elegant. Think of them as grown-up chocolate chippers, with an extra serving of dark chocolate and pieces of walnuts in every bite.

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Goldbelly
$59.00

Peanut butter jelly time! This childhood classic is a straight shot to the nostalgia bone, and we couldn’t be more excited about it. In true ina fashion, the box of 9 XL-sized bars is a major upgrade on the PB&J cookies of our youth. The base is made from a PB shortbread and they’re topped with a peanutty crumble. The jam? Luxe raspberry preserves, of course.

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Goldbelly
$59.00

Life is full of hard choices. “White or dark chocolate” should not be one of them. This box of cookies is the best of both worlds: A truly decadent choc cookie, studded with big chunks of white chocolate. They’d be perfect with a glass of milk (or eggnog!).

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Goldbelly
$59.00

Raisin haters need not apply. (We know you’re out there.) For the rest of us, these cookies are just about as wholesome as an after-school special. Fun fact: Oatmeal cookies count as breakfast throughout the entire holiday season.

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Goldbelly
$59.00

Salty-sweet fans, this one is going to speak to you. Ina’s chewy, extra-thick peanut butter cookies are positively loaded with chunks of dark chocolate and real salted peanuts. We’re not picking favorites but we are saying these are the cookies we’ll be leaving out for Santa.