I have always preferred cookie dough to the finished cookie. I don’t think it’s uncommon. As a kid, I would always ingest as much of the unfinished product as I could before my mom cut me off.
Something about eating raw eggs soured the experience for Mom, but I approached the soft stuff with way more relish than I did their solidified form. Now, with The Cookie Dough Café’s ready-to-eat unbaked cookie dough, consumers can hearken back to their youths and enjoy the decadent taste and texture of cookie dough without worrying about potentially-unsafe raw ingredients.
The Cookie Dough Café’s doughs are available in a number of varieties, including:
The company’s unbaked confections are available in single-serve cups (think pudding containers) and pints—with attractive high-graphic designs that roar “Eat it! Don’t bake it!”
And with a recipe that is kosher and free of added preservatives, using only real butter and no hydrogenated oils or trans fats, consumers can feel less guilty digging into the otherwise-opulent treats.
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