One of the joys of baking cookies is snacking on the cookie dough. However,
most cookie dough that’s made for baking is actually not that safe to eat raw. And, let’s be honest, it also doesn’t taste that great. That’s why we made a cookie dough that is doughliciously good and actually meant to be eaten raw right out of the jar!
NoBaked is cookie dough you can safely eat raw just the way it is. It's prepacked in a jar but tastes like you just made it in your own kitchen and are eating it straight out of the bowl. NoBaked Cookie Dough is made without eggs, which eliminates the chance of getting a foodborne illness from raw eggs. It’s also made with heat-treated flour. Many people don’t realize how often raw flour has been contaminated. By heat treating the flour, we prevent contamination. These two things make our cookie dough safer to eat than cookie dough that’s made for baking. We also use ingredients specifically chosen to make our cookie dough deliciously sweet with a soft & smooth consistency and no grainy texture or bitter aftertaste. Our safe-to-eat cookie dough is one that actually tastes good!
We offer a
wide variety of edible raw cookie dough to satisfy everyone’s cravings from Chocolate Chip and Cookies ‘N Cream to Red Velvet and S’mores. Our cookie dough is great as an everyday tasty treat, scrumptious snack, or delicious dessert. It’s also a wonderful way to celebrate special occasions like birthdays and holidays. We offer dairy-free options and none of our cookie dough contains nuts. NoBaked Cookie Dough does contain wheat and soy.
We ship our cookie dough with gel ice packs that are completely non-toxic so it stays chill when it arrives. However, NoBaked Cookie Dough can remain in ambient temperature for two weeks in transit so don’t worry if your dough arrives warm. It’s still safe to eat. It’s also normal for there to be leakage or oil on or inside the jars and box. Just stir the dough, put it in your refrigerator, and enjoy! NoBaked Cookie Dough stays fresh for about six months in the refrigerator. In the freezer, you can keep it up to 1 year!