Make Your Memorial Day Memorable—with Bison!

Looking to try something new this Memorial Day? Look no further!

We know just what you need to spice up your Memorial Day cookout—a bison burger! Bison is high in protein and B vitamins, and as easy to make as any other beef burger. Follow this recipe from The Daily Meal to create a truly memorable burger for you and your guests this holiday.

(The following recipe serves four, so be sure to make adjustments as needed to meet the needs of your partygoers.)


  • 1-pound ground bison
  • 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
  • 4 shakes Tabasco
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon granulated garlic
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper
  • Olive oil spray, to coat


  1. Preheat grill
  2. In large bowl, combine all ingredients and form into 4 patties (or several smaller patties, if you so desire).
  3. Lightly spray or coat the outside of the burgers with olive oil to prevent sticking to the grill’s surface.
  4. Grill on the first side until the juices just start to come through. Turn and cook to desired doneness (160-degree internal temperature).
  5. Let burgers sit for 5-10 minutes to allow juices to settle back into the meat.
  6. Serve on a bun with your favorite toppings!

With a total cook time of about 10 minutes, this recipe is a breeze that’s sure to please!

Not sure where to get your bison? Call or stop by Orr’s Farm Market! We’ve been raising bison for over a decade, and we stock burgers that are perfect for your next cookout. These items go fast, so be sure to give us a call before to check our inventories before spreading the word to all your friends!

Happy Memorial Day!

100-Calorie Strawberry Oatmeal Bars!

Strawberry season is just around the corner, and we are so excited!

Strawberries are the perfect addition to any summer treat, and we love that they add an extra pop of color to any dish. In honor of strawberry picking season—and to inspire some healthy baking—here’s a recipe for one of our favorite healthy strawberry oatmeal bars, via


  • 1 cup old-fashioned rolled oats (gluten free option)
  • 3/4 cup white whole wheat flour (substitute all-purpose flour or 1:1 baking flour to make gluten free)
  • 1/3 cup light brown sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted (substitute melted coconut oil to make vegan/dairy free)
  • 2 cups small-diced strawberries (about 10 oz.), divided
  • 1 teaspoon cornstarch
  • 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice (about 1/2 small lemon)
  • 1 tablespoon granulated sugar, divided

(option for vanilla glaze, if you prefer a sweeter bar)

  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar, sifted
  • 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 1 tablespoon milk (any kind)


  1. Place a rack in the center of your oven and preheat to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Line an 8×8-inch baking pan with parchment paper so that the paper overhangs two sides (like handles).
  2. In a medium bowl, combine the oats, flour, brown sugar, ginger, and salt. Pour in the melted butter and stir until it forms clumps and the dry ingredients are evenly moistened. Set aside 1/2 cup of the crumble mixture, then press the rest into an even layer in the bottom of the prepared pan.
  3. Scatter half the strawberries over the crust. Sprinkle the cornstarch evenly over the top, then sprinkle on the lemon juice and 1/2 tablespoon of the granulated sugar. Sprinkle the reserved crumbs evenly over the top. You will have some fruit showing.
  4. Bake the bars for 35-40 minutes, until the fruit is bubbly and the crumb topping smells toasty and looks golden. Place the pan on a wire rack to cool completely (or stick it in the fridge to cool faster).
  5. While the bars cool, prepare the glaze: In a medium bowl, briskly whisk together the powdered sugar, vanilla, and milk until smooth.
  6. Using the parchment-paper handles, life the bars from the pan. Drizzle with glaze, slice, and serve! It should yield about 16 bars.

These 100-calorie bars are sure to be a hit at your next party!

Not sure where to find fresh, delicious strawberries? Come to Orr’s Farm Market where you can pick your own farm-fresh strawberries starting later this month! Be sure to check back with us for updates on pick-your-own season!

Gift Ideas for Mother’s Day

Mother's Day

Mother’s Day is just around the corner! Still stressing about gifts for some of the most important ladies in your life?

Want to get something other than the typical flowers? Look no further, Orr’s Farm Market is here to save the day! Your mom is guaranteed to appreciate any of these gifts this Mother’s Day—and be sure to save some of these ideas for next year!

Spa Day

Between working, caring for your family, and keeping the house together, your mom does a lot. Chances are she’s been feeling a little run-down from all that spring cleaning. Get her a gift card to a nice, reputable spa so she can enjoy some well-deserved “me time”. Be it a massage, facial, or pedicure, she’s sure to love the R&R.

Clean the House

If she hasn’t started the spring cleaning yet, help her out! She looked after you and the family all day every day for years—it won’t kill you to help her out now! You can tackle all the chores in half the time, leaving you with more time with your mom. Better yet, you can surprise her by cleaning the house when she’s not home! She’ll love the surprise and appreciate the gesture—plus, she’ll love coming home to a nice, clean house (for however long it lasts).

Help with the Garden

Maybe we’re biased, but we love gardening! A lot of moms like to celebrate the start of spring by getting their garden all set up—be it laying down mulch, repotting plants, or weeding the garden. It’s hard, rewarding work that makes your house look beautiful and springy! Why not help her out this year? You can spend some quality time together while beautifying her home! And if you find you enjoy getting down and dirty and working with your hands, you can make it a Mother’s Day tradition!

Help Her with the Party Preparations

If you and your extended family, friends, or neighbors throw a get-together for Mother’s Day, ask mom if she needs any help. And if she says no, help her anyway! She might be able to use your help setting up the table or any outdoor games, or she could have a dish or dessert recipe that you can follow while she’s running around getting last minute items. She’ll love the help, and she’ll be able to enjoy her day! After all, she’s the reason you’re here!

And when it comes to dessert, tell her not to worry! Orr’s Farm Market has plenty of baked goods packages, or come by and pick up one of our farm-fresh pies! Our products are seasonal, so it’s sure to be the best of the best! You can order online now at, or give us a call at 304-263-1168 to place your order. Mom will thank you!

Let’s Get Pickin’ — Bluegrass Style

The time of the year is upon us when we get ready to start pickin’. Not just our fresh strawberries, cherries, or blueberries—but some good old-fashioned bluegrass!

Our annual Live Bluegrass Weekends are returning in May, and we couldn’t be more excited. You’ll be able to come out to the market to hear some of the best bluegrass music our region has to offer, all while you shop, pick fresh fruit, or simply relax in the warm sun with the family!

As always, we invite you to bring your own lawn chairs, and enjoy some free entertainment. Our Bluegrass Weekends kick off on May 26 with Ernie Bradley & The Grassy Ridge!

Other performances and dates are:

  • May 27 – Stoney Creek Bluegrass
  • June 23 & 24 – Ernie Bradley & The Grassy Ridge
  • June 30 – Copper Canyon Bluegrass
  • July 1 – Stoney Creek Bluegrass
  • July 28 – Copper Canyon Bluegrass
  • July 29 – Ernie Bradley & The Grassy Ridge
  • August 25 & 26 – Ernie Bradley & The Grassy Ridge
  • October 27 – Stoney Creek Bluegrass
  • October 28 – Ernie Bradley & The Grassy Ridge

Each date runs from 11am to 4pm.

Plan to come out each weekend to hear live music, enjoy delicious food, and shop for local, farm-fresh goodies. The Martinsburg Lions Club will also have their food booth open these days, so be sure to grab a hot dog and support a great local organization!

We hope to see you out in the country for some pickin’ at Orr’s Farm Market this summer!!

To see a complete listing of our 2018 events, click here.

Love Your Mother

This coming Sunday is Earth Day, and we here at Orr’s Farm Market are excited to celebrate! Being farmers and stewards of the land, we believe it’s important to protect the planet that we have been given.

Every year on April 22, millions of men, women, and children gather across the globe to collect garbage, plant trees, and complete other environmental projects. Some of the best projects are those that are community based and community organized. Not only does the effort bring people together, but it also allows us to cultivate and preserve the world in which we live.

Here are a few simple ways you can celebrate Earth Day this year!

Start a Garden

Local agriculture is highly important to us—obviously. One of the simplest ways you can contribute to that effort is by planting your own backyard garden. You don’t have to have soil in your veins or two green thumbs; all you need is a little knowhow and small patch of ground. You can even begin your garden with a DIY windowsill box!

Plant a Tree

There are many communities in the area that will be planting trees this Sunday. If you’d rather gather a group yourself to embark (tree pun) on this planting adventure, be sure you check with local government before heading out. This will be a wonderful opportunity to get your neighbors, relatives, and kids involved in the planting. You dig the hole, your neighbor holds the tree, and your kids fill the hole back up with dirt. Everyone is involved, and all make the world a little greener!

Reduce, Recycle, Reuse

Have some old egg cartons laying around? How about some plastic bottles, aluminum cans, or cardboard? Instead of simply throwing these items out with the next trash run, make the conscience effort to take these items to the nearest recycling center. Or, you can even put these items to creative use and let the kids turn the recyclables into a fun craft or project! There is no reason to let the items go to waste. Make them useful again!

Advocate for Renewable Energy

Earth Day projects don’t have to be obvious—you can think outside the box. One way to do that is to research and advocate for renewable energy sources. Did you know there are solar energy companies here in the Eastern Panhandle? Solar energy is possibly the most viable and sustainable renewable energy source for the future. You can do a quick Google search and find the companies servicing our area and look into having solar panels installed for your home. With some easy adjustments and a small investment, you can become an energy-efficient superhero! Not all heroes wear capes.

Host a Screening of Disney’s Earth

While not the most obvious celebration of Earth Day, this documentary highlights the migration of different animal families as they make their way across our planet. Not only will this film give you a better understanding of our animal brethren, but you’ll also see a fuller beauty of what our planet has to offer. If you can walk away from this movie without crying or a desire to preserve nature, you may need to check your pulse.

Visit Orr’s Farm Market

Now that we are back to being open seven days a week, Sunday will be the perfect opportunity to stop by the market to pick up some of our fresh, local produce and products! Spring is now here, which means we have many delicious items for you to choose from. Earth Day is a great time to buy local, buy fresh, and celebrate nature with Orr’s!

Saving Green in More Ways Than One

Earth Day is coming up, and there’s nothing more important to a farmer than our earth. We consider ourselves very lucky to be able to breathe fresh air and work outdoors as often as we do. To ensure we can continue enjoying this lifestyle, we make sure to take care of our environment. We all work many hours each day to care for our trees, harvest crops, mow grass, pick up stray litter, and work with mother nature in all her glory.

Here at Orr’s Farm Market, we like to do our part to go green with our farming practices.

We Practice Integrated Pest Management

…or IPM, for short. Though it’s hard to organically grow tree fruits in the moist, hot West Virginia climate, using IPM methods reduces pests while spraying less pesticides and working with nature’s naturally beneficial insects. There are a few IPM methods that we employ, including:

  • Pheromone traps – these traps hang in our trees, and scientists stop by every week to read the numbers. These studies assist the federal government in research of invasive insect species—such as the stink bug—so we may then prevent these harmful insects from overpopulating our country. Once the pheromone trap numbers reach a certain, dangerous threshold, we spray our crops. We are determined to only spray as needed to keep our produce as safe and organic as possible.
  • Carefully choosing our products – we don’t want to harm insects that will help our plants. Over half of the pesticides we use are labeled for organic use.
  • Taking soil samples – we regularly check our soil to ensure that we don’t overuse the fertilizer or pollute groundwater.

We realize that going completely organic may not be an ideal reality for our farm, but we are proud to dedicate our farm and our lives to creating better, more natural produce, away from the overuse of pesticides and fertilizer. We know that taking care of our farm now means better produce for generations to come!

Our Crops Are Non-GMO

…or Non-Genetically Modified Organisms. GMOs are typically unnatural, human-modified hybrid products. Some scientists have found how to crossbreed produce—like an apple—so that the skin grows thicker, making it harder for bugs to penetrate the produce and eat it.

However, what happens when those beneficial insects can’t help the produce anymore? Or what happens when livestock or even people eat these GMO products? At Orr’s Farm Market, we promise that all of our homegrown crops are non-GMO.

Working so closely with mother nature has taught us the importance of being “green” and following practices that will help the environment for future generations—so you can eat guilt-free! For us, going green means more than just saving green!


Speaking of crops, our Pick Your Own season is just around the corner! Be sure to check out our harvest dates and prices by clicking here

Taking the Stress Out of Cooking

Everyone has good intentions when it comes to cooking dinner. You want to ensure you get the right amount of protein, starch, and veggies for a balanced diet—and a healthier you! And while your intentions may be pure in the mornings, come nighttime, sometimes it’s harder to stick to it. If cooking dinners is the hardest part of your day, here are some tips for you!


Sometimes the hardest thing about eating a healthy dinner is committing. In the morning, you may be motivated and even excited about cooking a delicious, healthy dinner, but after a long day of work sometimes you just want to pour a bowl of cereal and call it a day. Commit yourself to a healthy dinner, no matter how tired you are. Chances are, the healthier you eat, the better you’ll feel afterward. End your night on a good note! To do that, you must commit!

Plan Ahead

Similar to committing, know what you’re going to make for dinner and stick with it! If you’re bouncing around food ideas in your head all day, chances are you’re going to give into whatever you’re craving by the time you get home. However, if you have a plan and you know you’re going to make some delicious chicken stir-fry when you get home, you have something to look forward to all day long!

Cut Veggies—ASAP

Going to the grocery store is stressful enough. By the time you make it back home and unload all of your food, you’re exhausted. But stick with it—cut all those veggies as soon as you get home! How many times have you skipped out on the healthier options, just because you hadn’t cut your lettuce or picked your grapes yet? Getting all of the side work out of the way now will ensure that you can make a quick, healthy decision later. Do it now—you’ll thank yourself in the future. 

Meal Prep

If you have any friends that are into CrossFit, the Paleo diet, or weightlifting, we’re sure you’ve come across this term. More often than not, it means taking a day (usually Sunday) to organize and portion out all of your meals for the duration of the week. You then put them in Tupperware containers and stick them in the fridge until it’s time for you to eat. It’s the same idea as planning ahead—you don’t have to waste time figuring out what to eat, it’s already there for you. All you have to do is heat it up when you’re ready.

Another version of meal prepping—if you’re looking for a “fresh” meal—can be to measure out everything you need ahead of time. Take whatever recipe you’re going to cook that evening, and measure all of the ingredients out in the morning. That way when the time comes for you to cook it all, you only have to toss the pre-measured ingredients into a bowl, pot, or pan and BAM—your fresh dinner is served.

Embrace Leftovers

As with meal prepping, sometimes you just need to embrace the microwave. The easiest way to make dinner is to pull last night’s leftovers out of the fridge and warm it up. There’s no shame in that!

Invest in a Slow Cooker

Everyone and their mothers swear by the slow cooker—and we’re no different! All you have to do is prepare the ingredients and the cooker does all the work! By the time you get home from work, you have a nice, healthy, home-cooked meal waiting for you. How can dinner get any easier?

Ask for Help 

You don’t always have to be Wonder Woman (or Superman). If you have kids, get them to help you! Not only does that take some of the dinnertime prep off you, but it also allows you to bond with your children while engaging them in cooking—a skill they will need and appreciate in the future.

This goes for your spouse as well. Rather than kicking them out of the kitchen for not being the greatest chef, ask them for help and show them how it’s done! Asking for help is a great way to bond with the family!


Cooking dinner shouldn’t be stressful, and finding fresh produce shouldn’t be difficult! At Orr’s Farm Market, we’re dedicated to providing healthy, fresh, and local foods that are a tasty treat. Be sure to check out our market for fresh fruits and veggies to add to your next meal!

Winter Fresh

It’s winter at the market, and our own fields lay dormant all around us. Our family defies the norm and we keep our market open throughout the winter. We get a lot of questions about why we stay open, but the main answer is for our customers—as well as our staff. Our customers rely on us to have the best of the best year round. But staying open in the off-season leads to the same question for many folks visiting us, “What can you sell in the winter?”

Here are some of our favorite winter items:

Orr’s Apples

Our apples have to be #1—of course! We have a nice selection of quality apples in our cold storages. They will stay in stock until around May or June when we sell out. We utilize regular cold storage and also controlled atmosphere (CA) storage to keep our apples in top shape. Read more about CA storage here. Don’t suffer through overpriced, and often less than tasty, supermarket apples!

Fresh Apple Cider

Apple cider gets us through the cold days, and we have it available all winter long! You can heat it up and add your signature blend of mulling spices for hot mulled cider. Click here for a recipe we like, or pick up some Wildwood Mulling Spice Blend teabags next time you’re in the farm market. These teabags make it quick and easy to heat a cup of hot mulled cider.

Local Greens

It’s hard to find local greens in the winter, so we’ve sourced some local lettuce from Cedar Ridge Hydroponics in Martinsburg, West Virginia. Our friend Jason Weber grows some of the best tasting Butter Lettuce we’ve ever eaten—and he delivers it weekly to our store! We’ve also begun sourcing local, farm fresh eggs from him as well. Try them…you won’t be disappointed!

Citrus Fruits

Fresh citrus is part of our winter MUST list. Who doesn’t love slicing into a juicy, flavorful orange in the middle of the bleak winter. There’s something refreshing, renewing, and revitalizing about the nutrients found in these fruits. Navel Oranges, Tangerines, Grapefruit, Honeybells, Blood Oranges, and Cara Cara Oranges are the current availability on citrus fruits.

We’ve sourced from Florida before Christmas in the past, and then switched to California citrus after the New Year. This year, due to Hurricane Irma, we’ve focused on just the California Citrus. Read More about Florida citrus crops here. As we move into late January, the Honeybell is the most sought after citrus fruit. Known for its incredibly sweet, juicy flavor, the Honeybell has limited availability—making it a hot item. My personal favorite is the Cara Cara Orange. It has a pink flesh and fantastic flavor for snacking. It also has high nutrient values and Lycopene, which make it a good addition to anyone’s winter diet. Read this interesting article about the Cara Cara Orange here.

Here are some recipes we’ve compiled on our Pinterest page for enjoying these delicious citrus fruits.

Florida Strawberries

Strawberries are just beginning for the season. There’s always special excitement for me when they first hit the shelves. We know our own strawberry crop is still months away, so it’s a treat to see the beginnings of another strawberry season heading our way. We get them in weekly and even cover them in chocolate for Valentine’s Day.

Trickling Springs Creamery

Trickling Springs Creamery has a loyal following in our area now. After years of carrying their products, a pattern has occurred to us. Every time the weatherman calls for snow, the community shows up at our door to purchase Trickling Springs milk and ice cream. How can you mind being snowed in when you’re holding a half gallon of their delicious ice cream?

Well, there’s lots more we could talk about, but you really should step out and see for yourself what’s at Orr’s Farm Market in the winter. It’s a wonderful time to stop, browse, and chat for a while. Orr’s Farm Market is peaceful this time of year, different from the hectic harvest season we often experience. The harvest is done and we are enjoying the fruits of our labor and the people around us!

Katy Orr-Dove, Market Manager

A heartfelt thank you from all of us at Orr’s!

November…. is….finally….here.  Apple harvest season is winding down, and collectively we all take one big deep breath as our busy season ends.  As a farm family, seasonality is very normal for us.  However, every year it is still a struggle to complete the harvest tasks on time.  Each harvest year brings its own set of challenges and this one has been no different.  Our family has grown and harvested more fruits and vegetables this year than ever before.  A bumper crop is something to celebrate, now that all of the hard work is over.  We’ve picked over 450,000 bushels of apples and 100,000 bushels of peaches.  Our garden continued to produce vegetables all of the way through October, which was a nice surprise.

Our customers will notice that this year we’ve decided to leave our farm market open on Sundays in November. We’re making this decision because last year we noticed lots of folks coming out to buy apples on Sundays, only to find us closed.  The apples are in peak condition in November and everyone is wanting to purchase fruit for baking or canning this time of year.  We want to make sure you’re able to enjoy our fruit and bring your Thanksgiving guests out to see us.

This month we’ll begin to reflect upon our season, making notes about what worked well and what we’d like to change for next year.  Bonds among co-workers and customers strengthen as we all can relax a little and chat a while longer.  The market will get a good clean, and then we begin to prepare for holiday orders, citrus fruit, and greenery sales.  The scent of the farm market this time of year signals a change in the lineup.  It’s usually a combination of apples, hot apple cider, fresh pies, and holiday citrus.  A short spurt of holiday craziness is right around the corner. But for now, we have 3 weeks of relaxation to revive and renew us.

Now is perhaps the best time to say how thankful we are for our customers. Each season we are blown away by the community support and customer enthusiasm that we experience.  Making our guests happy is number one for us.  All of the changes you see at our farm are in response to requests and comments that you’ve made. Again, thank you for letting us do what we love! Take care and enjoy your rest time as well.

Katy Orr-Dove, Market Manager

Orr’s Favorite Fall Treats

Bakers don’t need a reason (or a season) to bake, but fall brings out a special zest for all things sweet. The fall is the peak season for harvesting apples, pears, and pumpkins, while the cool, crisp air allows for those sweet treats to cool off quickly. Here are a few of our favorite recipes if you’re ready to enjoy fall flavors even if you are a budding baker.

Two-Ingredient Apple Pie Cups

A new spin on a classic favorite, these apple pie cups are sure to bring a smile to everyone who takes a bite! These cups take no time to make, are 100% vegetarian, and are easy to share with the whole family. Bring them to your next big family get-together if you want to be the star of the show.

What you’ll need:

  • 1 can of Pillsbury refrigerated flaky cinnamon rolls with buttercream icing
  • 1 1/3 cups of apples for filling, coarsely chopped


  1. Heat oven to 375°F. Spray 8 regular-size muffin cups with cooking spray. Set icing aside. Separate dough into 8 rolls. Press into and up sides of muffin cups.
  2. Spoon two generous tablespoons of apples into each cup, filling into each dough lining.
  3. Bake 14-18 minutes or until golden brown. Allow to cool in pan for 5 minutes.
  4. Transfer icing to small microwavable bowl. Microwave uncovered on low (10%) 8-10 seconds or until thin enough to drizzle. Place rolls on serving plate, spoon icing over rolls. Serve warm.

For fresh, organic apples, check out our market to make your apple pie cups as healthy and decadent as possible!

*Recipe Courtesy of  Pillsbury

Pumpkin Bread

With Halloween just around the corner, there are pumpkins everywhere – so why not have some in your bread? This next recipe takes just five minutes to make and would last you weeks if you could just contain yourself! Pumpkin bread is perfect for your morning toast, to spice up your lunch sandwich, or as a tasty after-dinner treat! Check out this simple recipe for some festive pumpkin bread.

What you’ll need:

  • 2 Cups Libby’ Pure Pumpkin
  • 3 cups Sugar
  • 1 cup Canola or Vegetable Oil
  • ⅔ cup Water
  • 4 eggs
  • 3⅓ cups Flour
  • 2 tsp. Baking Soda
  • 5 tsp. Salt
  • 1 tsp. Ground Cinnamon
  • 1 tsp. Ground Nutmeg


  1. Mix Pumpkin, Sugar, Oil, Water, and Eggs in large mixing bowl until well combined.
  2. In medium mixing bowl, combine Flour, Baking Soda, Salt, Cinnamon, and Nutmeg. Stir well, then gradually pour into large bowl of pumpkin mixture. Stir well to combine completely.
  3. Spray TWO 9×5 Non-stick Loaf Pans with Pam Cooking Spray.
  4. Pour mixture evenly into loaf pans.
  5. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 – 55 minutes, or until done and a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Enjoy!

*Recipe Courtesy of SERVPRO

And if you haven’t had enough pumpkin after all of that, come check out our pumpkin patches, open seven days a week! Get more information from our website.

S’Mores Cookies

What’s the best kind of snack to have around a cozy bonfire? A s’more! Don’t want to brave the chilly weather just to have a delicious fall snack? Try these s’more cookies! Perfect for family nights, kids’ sleepovers, and celebrating a home-team win, you’ll love how tasty and easy it is to make these little delights.

What you’ll need:

  • 3/4 cup butter, softened
  • 1/2 cup white sugar
  • 1/2 cup packed brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 1/4 cups graham cracker crumbs
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 1/2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 2 Hershey bars, chopped
  • 1 cup mini marshmallows


  1. Cream together butter and sugars; mix in egg and vanilla.
  2. Add flour, graham cracker crumbs, baking soda and salt. Mix until smooth.
  3. Stir in chocolate chips and chocolate chunks until well combined.
  4. Drop by heaping tablespoons onto cookie sheet about 3 inches apart.
  5. Bake at 375 degrees for 8 minutes. Remove and quickly press marshmallows into cookies. Return to oven and cook until done, about 3-4 minutes.

*Recipe courtesy of ChocolaTess

Don’t feel like making all of these sweet treats? Come on down to Orr’s Farm Market and check out our bakery! You’ll find fresh baked goodies all season long, including all of the above delicious desserts. You can even order specific items for pick-up in our store! Call 304-263-1168 or send a message to place your order now!