Entries by Susan

The Sunday Paper (2010)

By Hope S. Philbrick Snap to It! Mother-Daughter Baking Team Settles into a Brick-and Mortar-Storefront Susansnaps, a gourmet ginger snap cookie company, grew from a tummy-comforting snack into a mother-daughter business that recently opened its first retail location in Sandy Springs. Laura Stachler (who previously owned Laura’s Divine Desserts) first developed Susansnaps as snacks for […]

Points North Magazine (2010)

By Anna Rhoades Give a Snap, See a Smile Mother-daughter team Laura Stachler and Susan Robbins have opened Susansnaps, a gourmet gift shop in Sandy Springs. Stachler began making ginger snap cookies in 2004 to soothe nausea, a side effect from chemotherapy, which both her daughter and husband were going through at the time for […]

Dunwoody Crier

By Carol Miemi Family Travails Sparks Susansnaps A Dunwoody mother and daughter recently turned family tragedy into triumph when they opened Susansnaps – a bakery and sweetshop they own and run together. Walk through the door of their business, and you are in pure confection. From the hand-painted walls, floors and furniture to the aroma […]

Martha Stewart Living

Watching her husband and daughter undergo chemotherapy, Laura wanted to help. Through her passion for baking she developed the ultimate gingersnap. Laura named the cookies Susansnaps for her sister who lost her battle with cancer and her daughter who beat the disease, and donates a portion of every sale to cancer research.

Atlanta Business Radio interview

Susan and Laura Stachler, of Susansnaps, were interviewed on Atlanta Business Radio. Each Wednesday at 10:00 AM, from their studio in Sandy Springs, Lee Kantor and Amy Otto interview Atlanta, Georgia’s top businessmen and businesswomen to learn what makes them the best at what they do. This week’s show was about coping with cancer. First […]

Susansnaps: A Good Thing

From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution By Jennifer Bratt Talk about a survival story. Laura Stachler lost her sister, Sue, to cancer in 1977. A generation later, Laura sat with her husband and daughter, as both went through 28 rounds of chemotherapy.

Atlanta Journal Constitution (2007)

by Jennifer Bratt Susansnaps: A Good ThingTalk about a survival story. Laura Stachler lost her sister, Sue, to cancer in 1977. A generation later, Laura sat with her husband and daughter, as both went through 28 rounds of chemotherapy.  Ken Stachler began his chemo in the spring of 2003. A year later Ken and Laura’s […]

Paula Deen’s Christmas (Special Collector’s Issue)

Susansnaps cookies were featured in the 2007 Special Collector’s Issue of Paula Deen’s Christmas magazine. The following writeup can be found on the inside: Laura’s Divine Desserts Susansnaps specializes in homemade gingersnap cookies under the label “Laura’s Divine Desserts.” They come in a festive red box tied with a cheerful ribbon, so you don’t have […]

The Martha Stewart Show

NEW YORK, Oct. 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Martha Stewart and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia’s flagship publication Martha Stewart Living (MSL) will honor 11 extraordinary women at the first annual “Dreamers into Doers” Awards program this evening in New York City. More than 1,000 dreamers entered the competition celebrating women who have turned their passions into businesses […]

The Sunday Paper (2007)

by Suzanne Wright It’s a Snap! Mother-Daughter Team Bakes Cookies to Fight Cancer Laura Stachler and her daughter Susan are the team behind Susansnaps, which markets gourmet gingersnap cookies as the perfect gift for patients and families of those battling cancer—as well as for birthdays and other occasions. Laura Stachler, whose gourmet specialty shop Laura’s […]