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Stop What You’re Doing: Edible Oreo Cookie Dough Exists

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Isn’t all cookie dough edible though?

The Cookie Dough Café has added a new flavor to its arsenal of edible cookie dough: Oreo Cookies and Cream.

As of now, it’s being sold at Mariano’s Market in Chicago, and it will be available online August 23, according to the company’s most recent Instagram post. A two-pack of 16-ounce pints will ship to most U.S. states for $22. 
 


The Cookie Dough Café, run by sisters Joan Pacetti and Julia Schmid, truly claimed its fame after being featured on season five of ABC’s Shark Tank. All of their products are raw but eggless, making them safe to consume, and, like peanut butter, you can eat it right out of the jar. The Cookie Dough Café’s products aren’t meant to be baked, but if you’re more of a cooked-goods type of person, here are 17 things to do with a tube of store-bought cookie dough.

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