About

Unique and delicious, these super-premium hunks of sugar joy are unlike anything else you’ve tried. Delectable cookies are filled with divine sweets, creating flavors that are guaranteed to wow your taste buds. Big enough to share (if you want to).

Our greater purpose is to offer training and employment opportunities for people with autism and other developmental disabilities at the bakery, sharing the therapy, learning, and joy that comes through baking. Your support makes this possible! Read more about it here.

Please note: because our cookies are all freshly baked-to-order and shipped within 24 hours of baking, all orders placed by Friday at 10pm PST will be shipped out by Tuesday of the following week. Looking for something specific or need your order to arrive by a specific date? Just contact us and let's see what we can do!

And now, my bio in third person:

Nancy Brackner Duley founded (R)evolution Cookies in 2014 to introduce filled cookies to the world. She is a graduate of The Culinary Institute of America and has nearly 20 years of experience in the foodservice and technology sectors. She has worked for NapaStyle with Michael Chiarello, the Thomas Keller Restaurant Group as the Recipe Editor for Finesse Magazine, and the Culinary Institute of America, among others. Her culinary consulting work includes recipe development for Perfect Puree Napa Valley and acting as a consulting chef for Kenwood Inn & Spa. Nancy has previously founded two of her own companies—both leveraging technology and the internet to increase the end user’s culinary abilities—one of which was successfully acquired by Coupons.com in 2012.

Because of her daughter’s experience with autism, Nancy is a tireless advocate for individuals with developmental disabilities. She has participated in many different research and therapy studies at the UC Davis MIND Institute, UCSF and Stanford and is on the Community Advisory Committee for the UC Davis MIND Institute. She has been a keynote speaker at autism conferences, a panelist for the International Autism Coordinating Committee, and was the parent-representative speaker at the press conference for the MIND Institute’s MARBLES (Markers of Autism Risk in Babies—Learning Early Signs) study in conjunction with the National Institutes of Environmental Health Sciences and the Environmental Protection Agency, resulting in her story being featured in the Boston Globe and on NPR.

(R)evolution Cookies is the merging of Nancy’s two passions: baking and increasing the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities.

Nancy lives near Napa with her husband, Max, and their four daughters. Her highest aspiration is to enjoy a full night of sleep.