Entries by Susan

Stand Up To Cancer

Who’s tuning in with us tonight for Stand Up To Cancer? My Aunt Susan didn’t make it, but this Susan did. I stand up for Aunt Sue. And, Susansnaps stands up for all cancer patients & survivors. As we say, “Cancer is Not Okay!”

Susansnaps with Simply Sweet Brie

What a better way to finish a meal than with a unique desert…we’ve used this one and received great reviews!
Susansnaps with Simply Sweet Brie

1 lb. Brie Cheese
1 cups pecans, chopped
1 ½ cups brown sugar
2 Tbsp. cognac (optional)
Susansnaps

Remove top rind from cheese. Place brie on an oven

Sensational Banana Crème Pie Deluxe

Here’s one of our favorites! It’s super deluxe with Susansnap Smashies pie crust!
Sensational Banana Crème Pie Deluxe
•1 cup sugar
•1/4 cup cornstarch
•1/2 teaspoon salt
•2 cup milk
•3 egg yolks
•1 teaspoon vanilla
•3 sliced bananas
•1 Susansnaps Smashies pie crust (bake as directed)
Filling:
In medium sauce pan, stir sugar, cornstarch,

The Costco Connection

by Shana McNally
 
Cookies Made With Love
IN 2004 THINGS looked grim for the Stachler family. Dad Ken and daughter Susan underwent back-to-back chemo for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and Hodgkin’s disease, respectively.
Mother Laura was distraught until she learned that ginger helps cancer patients fight nausea. Having grown up in the restaurant industry, baking was

Southern Lady Magazine (2010)

By Kathleen J. Whaley
Snappy Days: After facing the same illness in back-to-back generations, a Georgia mother and daughter set their course to “give a snap…see a smile.”
True-life steel magnolias Laura Stachler and Susan Carver Robbins exemplify the character of many Southern women:  Through good times and bad, do what you can, and do

Snappy Days

Southern Lady Magazine
By Kathleen J. Whaley
November / December 2010 Issue
After facing the same illness in back-to-back generations, a Georgia mother and daughter set their course to “give a snap…see a smile.”
True-life steel magnolias Laura Stachler and Susan Carver Robbins exemplify the character of many Southern women: Through good times and bad,

The Osgood File (2010)

Charles Osgood, Reporting by Mark Strassmann, CBS News Correspondent
 
The Osgood File. This is Charles Osgood. 
There’s a secret ingredient in Susansnaps – the gourmet ginger snaps Laura Stachler started baking at home seven years ago. 
Today, they bake and ship as many as 10,000 cookies a day. About the Stachlers, the cookies and

Auburn Magazine

By Michael Hansberry
 
Snaps for Cookies
When life hands some people lemons, they make lemonade. When Susan Stachler Robbins (’04 Graduate) was handed a cancer diagnosis, she made cookies.
Robbins, who began treatment for Hodgkin’s disease the year she graduated from Auburn university, was young, vivacious, and determined not to become a victim.
Initially,

Sandy Springs Neighbor

Bakery to Host Fundraiser for Cancer Patients
Susansnaps, the area’s only gourmet gingersnap cookie company, will host Sweets for Smiles, a fundraiser for cancer patients, Friday and Saturday at its store in Sandy Springs.
All proceeds from the sale of Susansnap Spice Cake Slices ($4) and gingersnap Snack Packs ($5.50) will be donated to the

Atlanta INtown Paper (2010)

by Wendy Binns
Companies that Care: Susansnaps
Learn about Susansnaps and you’ll understand that this company was created to fight cancer with a 1-2 punch. Number one, the gingersnaps are cheerful and soothing (ginger is known as a natural stomach soother). Secondly, they raise big bucks for The Susan Carver Foundation ‘… because cancer is