I’ve received numerous emails and calls about our cookie dough. I love our cookie dough – it’s SO easy to use – no mess, mixing, just scoop and bake . . . . OR roll it out, make cookie cutter cookies (my favorite!), bake and decorate. Nothing compares to making your own cookies right at home, eating warm cookies right out of the oven! It’s fun and it’s easy! It’s a great family activity, great for birthday parties, school events and more. Here are a few ideas you can use to make your own cookies and treats at home with our 3 flavors of cookie dough.
Sensational Sugar - make sugar cookies and holiday cookies, and/or as a base for many different types of cookies including snickerdoodles, thumbprint cookies, sandwich cookies, and cut out cookies. Our customers love it because it’s not too sweet. Create your own special cookies with this very versatile cookie dough!
Chewy Chocolate Chip – packed with dark chocolate chips this dough makes super delicious chocolate chip cookies and is a favorite among our customers. So yummy – whether you make your cookies tiny, small, medium or large they will be a hit! During the summer we like to make chocolate chip cookies and fill them with ice cream (or ice dream) for a special ice cream treat. It’s fun, easy, yummy and another great activity to do with your friends and family!
Chocolate Brownie – this is our newest cookie dough. You can use it to make chocolate cookies. You can add chocolate or vanilla chips or another type of candy for a special surprise cookie. Make these cookies and fill with ice cream for a really special ice cream sandwich treat! Want brownies? Just spread in a pan and bake and voila! Cut the brownies, add ice cream and have a brownie ice cream sundae treat. Yummy!
I’ve been asked how many cookies you can make with one tub of cookie dough. It depends on the size of your cookie. We can bake 40 bite-sized cookies out of one tub (check our website for a picture of these if you’ve never had one ). We’ve made over 100 tiny cookies and more than 90 small cookie stars and heart cookies with one tub.
You can also make wonderful cookie cakes with one tub of cookie dough. Just roll the dough out into a cake pan that you’ve sprayed with cooking spray. Use a spatula to even out the dough and bake – and you’ve got yourself a delicious cookie cake!
You’ve been asking where you can purchase the cookie dough. There are 5 stores in Connecticut that carry the cookie dough year round. All of them have the dough in their freezer section, sometimes in the frozen gluten-free freezer, sometimes with the ice cream. If you don’t see it, please ask someone in the store to help you find it.
- New Morning Natural Market in Woodbury
- Shoprite of Enfield
- Wishing Well in Sandy Hook
- Nature’s Temptations in Ridgefield
- Whole Foods in Darien
Some Whole Foods in the Northeast carry the cookie dough year round. Others carry the dough during the holidays. It depends on their freezer space, gluten-free customer base and how quickly the dough sells. This includes: Tribeca & Union Square in NYC; White Plains, NY; Darien, CT; Edgewater & Paramus, NJ; Portland, Maine; Woburn, MA.
If you’d like to see our cookie dough (or other products) in your local store please ask the store manager to order them; local retailers listen to your requests and want to meet their customer needs. Please send us an email with the store information so we can contact them too.
You can always order the cookie dough on line. We ship via fedex ground, which is a one day shipment time in the NY Metro and New England region. Outside of this region you would need to ship via overnight service, which can be expensive.
We hope you enjoy our recipes and ideas for how you can use our cookie dough to make your own special cookies and treats. Please check out our recipes in our blog archive and on our website. Send us your favorite cookie dough recipes and pictures and we will post them on our facebook page!