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5 Ways to Satisfy Your Cookie Dough Craving

Updated on August 26, 2018

Are You Cookie Dough Obsessed?

Calling all cookie dough lovers! If you haven't noticed, chocolate chip cookie dough is trending right now. If you're like me, you want to get your hands on as much cookie dough as possible. For this reason, I decided to write this article to provide the reader with five ways to satisfy a serious cookie dough craving.


Ben & Jerry's New Cookie Dough Flavors


Everyone has heard of Ben & Jerry's most popular ice cream flavor, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough. As my favorite B&J's flavor, I have been known to scoop out the cookie dough chunks leaving behind a pint solely of chocolate chip ice cream.

If you're a fan of this flavor, check out the three newest cookie dough flavors released by Ben & Jerry's, Chip Off the DOUGH Block, P.B. DOUGHble Chocolate, and Cinn-DOUGH-rella (all featured above.)

Check out these descriptions...

Chip Off the Dough Block - Chocolate chip & chocolate ice cream with chocolate chip cookie dough & chocolate chip cookies. Enough said.

P.B. DOUGHble Chocolate - Dark & milk chocolate ice creams with peanut butter cookie dough & swirls of peanut butter cookie butter. Peanut butter and cookie dough? Why wasn't this beautiful crossover of flavors discovered sooner?

Cinn-DOUGH-rella! - Cinnamon & caramel ice cream with cinnamon bun dough, shortbread cookies & oatmeal cinnamon cookie swirls. This flavor sounds like a sweetness overload that I'd like to get my hands on.

If you can't find any of these flavors in your local scoop shop or grocery store, you can also find pints for sale on the Ben & Jerry's website.

Grocery Store Edible Cookie Dough


When making chocolate chip cookies, I have little self-control when it comes to tasting the batter. It is not untypical for me to end up with half a batch or less due to my inability to resist the deliciousness that is raw cookie dough.

Of course, I know the risks associated with consuming raw flour and eggs. But that hasn't stopped me in the past. Thankfully, someone came up with edible cookie dough so we could enjoy raw cookie dough without the potential risk of E. Coli or Salmonella poisoning.

If you weren't aware before, edible cookie dough is sold at local grocery stores. A pint of The Cookie Dough Cafe's Chocolate Chip Edible Cookie Dough (pictured above) is sold at Walmart for $12. If you go to The Cookie Dough Café's website, you'll find a wider selection of cookie dough flavors including Oreo, Oatmeal, and Confetti.


Another edible cookie dough brand you'll find at the grocery store is Just for All (pictured above.) They make three different kinds of cookie dough flavors, Chocolate Chip, Birthday Cake, and Chocolate Mint. Yum!

DIY Edible Cookie Dough


If you like to be creative in the kitchen than consider making your own edible cookie dough. The Today Show's website features an egg-less cookie dough recipe that involves heating flour to remove any risks associated with its raw consumption. It also includes instructions for three flavor variations, Peanut Butter Cup, Funfetti Birthday Cake, and Unicorn Sugar Cookie Dough. You'll find the link to this recipe and video below.

Freezer Cookie Dough Popsicles


Have you ever heard of a cookie dough popsicle? Again, if you enjoy spending time in the kitchen, check out Barney's Almond Butter's website (below) for a recipe on how to make chocolate chip cookie dough popsicles with only 5-ingredients. In addition to this enticing frozen treat, their website features numerous mouth watering dessert recipes.

Cookie Dough Scoop Shops


The last time I was in NYC, the city was buzzing about its first ever cookie dough scoop shop. Of course, I had to visit this wonderful place. After making the trek to Greenwich Village, I was disappointed to find 50+ people in line ahead of me. Sadly, I wasn't able to try any of DŌ's cookie dough or tasty treats. However, I was pleasantly surprised to find out later that day when I googled "cookie dough scoop shop" that there are many edible cookie dough shops open in various cities.

Below I have compiled of list of different cookie dough scoop shops throughout the U.S. for your convenience.

DŌ - Cookie Dough Confections, 550 LaGuardia Place, Greenwich Village, NY, NY

The Cookie Dough Café - 120 NW 13th Ave Portland, OR

Georgetown Scoop Shop - 1332 Wisconsin Ave NW Washington, DC

DoughLish - 446 Racetrack Rd NW Unit C Fort Walton Beach, Florida

DoDo Cookie Dough & Ice Cream - 11701 Coastal Hwy Ocean City, MD

Dough Licious Desserts Food Truck - Based out of Queen Creek, Arizona

California Cookie Dough - 18854 Brookhurst St. Fountain Valley, CA

DoughLuv - 24 Norwich Ave Colchester, CT and 12 Coogan Blvd Mystic, CT

Just Dough It - 606 Arnold Ave Point Pleasant, New Jersey

Cookie Dough Bliss - 8415 Pit Stop Ct NW Concord, NC 28027 and 318 E. South Main Street Waxhaw, North Carolina and 2601 S. Mackenzie St, Suite 324 Foley, AL

A Piece of Cake (Cookie Dough Bar) - 1800 Post Road, Warwick, RI

Viva La Dough - 6222 De Zavala Rd. #104 San Antonio, Texas


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