OK Cookie Momster adds second location at Mother Road Market
Tulsans will be able to satisfy their sugar fixes at the newest addition to Mother Road Market.
OK Cookie Momster, headed by local bakers Libby Morley and Rachael Foster, has announced its plans to move into the 27,000-square-foot food hall when it opens later this year at 11th Street and Lewis Avenue.
The business primarily will serve warm cookies and thick slices of freshly baked cookie cake topped with real buttercream frosting. Morley founded the business as a home bakery in 2013 before opening a storefront in midtown Tulsa with Foster three years later.
“OK Cookie Momster is a perfect example of a women-owned, Tulsa-born startup that has organically grown in popularity and is ready to take the next step with a second location,” Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation CEO Elizabeth Ellison said in a statement.
“We’re happy that they chose Mother Road Market as their expansion site and that they are joining our dynamic community of food entrepreneurs and business owners.”
OK Cookie Momster will continue to operate at 3324 E. 31st St. while developing its new space. It joins previously announced Mother Road Market tenants Andolini’s, Bakeshop, Big Dipper Creamery, Bodhi’s Bowl and The Wurst.
“We love the opportunity to try new recipes and offer sweet treats to our community,” Morley, a mother of two boys, said in a statement. “We also love getting to know our customers and creating special custom cookies for all of their life events. We are most excited that Mother Road Market will offer Tulsans an exciting way to gather and enjoy food.”
The $5.5 million Mother Road Market, expected to encompass 17 business concepts under one roof, is a nonprofit development of the LTFF. A renovation of the 1939 Scrivner-Stevens Grocery building, MRM is estimated to have a $23 million overall economic impact in its first year, according to LTFF.