Let’s be real: as delicious as fresh baked cookies are, half the fun of making them is eating the dough straight from the bowl. Salmonella who? If a recipe tells me it makes a dozen cookies, I’ll be lucky if I get nine by the time I’m done shoving the dough straight into my mouth. Now I can do that faster than ever because Nestle has released Funfetti cookie dough that’s safe to eat straight from the pot (not that I was ever worried about “safety” anyway).
- They’re egg-free. This means you’ll not only avoid salmonella/food poisoning 100% (not that I imagine many people actually get ill these days from eating raw eggs, but whatever) but also that it’s safe for those with an egg allergy or who prefer not to eat them. Sweet!
- They come in containers that look like frosting pots. Nestle’s Funfetti cookie dough is made of a sugar cookie base with lots of yummy Funfetti pieces inside. You can just grab a spoon, pop open the container, and get eating. Just… try not to eat the whole thing at once, OK?
- A serving is only two tablespoons. This stuff comes in a resealable container and it’s meant to be enjoyed over an extended period of time given that each serving is only 2 Tbsp. However, this is Funfetti cookie dough we’re talking about here, so good luck trying to stop yourself at that amount. That’s barely a taste! How rude.
- It’s not just Funfetti cookie dough on offer. Nestle also unveiled ready-to-eat fudge brownie batter in the same 15 oz. container size, which is double awesome because brownie batter is delicious too. This stuff is NOT meant to be baked at all – you really do need to eat it as-is. I don’t know about you, but I’m not complaining.
- Hit up your local grocery store to pick some up. The containers retail for around $5.39 and are available at the likes of Walmart, Hy-Vee, Meijer, and more. Happy eating!