Take & Bake Cookie Business

Last Updated: June 28th, 2023By Categories: Blog1.4 min read

Meet the J’s behind Three J’s Sweets…Jason, Jen & Juliet! This idea was born from Jennifer’s time working at the AV Chambers. She spent a year coordinating grand openings and seeing people open the doors to their dreams coming true and thought to herself, “If they can do it, what’s stopping me?!” As a mom she wanted to be an example to her daughter that anything is possible. As a strong and proud Latina woman in her community she also wanted to be an example to others while forging connections with like minded people who are all about lifting each other up. Having gone to school for baking and pastry, along with her years of baking experience, she started making and freezing pre-portioned cookies. She saves you the time and effort that goes into baking allowing you to indulge in only the best parts of it all… more time with family and EATING FRESHLY BAKED COOKIES! Not only are these great for busy families like hers, they could also be used as a yummy gift to take to a family event, a thoughtful gift to thank a client, or as a unique gift for just about any occasion. Either way they got you covered!

Jen spent 12 hours of training from the NEW-WBC 12 Step for Launching a Business Workshop. She joined our Cottage and Catering Classes before she started her business and she also attended some general business workshops that our center offers.

They don’t have a website yet however they are available for local pickup in the AV and at popup events around town. Most of their business comes from Instagram.

Irene Vazquez

Program Manager



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