So, the best part about cookies is cookie dough, right? <– If we can’t agree on that, we’re probably not friends. In fact, even when I for some reason decide to bake the dough into actual cookies, I barely heat the dough enough for the edges to be crispy and the inside raw. That’s why when I heard about EatPastry cookie dough, I was pretty pumped. A line of vegan cookie dough = cookie dough I can eat raw with no worries. And eat raw I definitely did. They also make gluten free cookie dough (in addition to wheaty cookie dough), so there’s basically a cookie for everyone.
They sent me coupons to review 2 different kinds. Lucky for me, my store only carries 2 kinds or this would’ve been the hardest decision of my life. Chocolate chip, gluten free chocolate chip, chocoholic chip, peanut butter chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin chocolate chip, GF snickerdoodle, and GF sugar momma. My store had the PB chocolate chip and GF chocolate chip. I ate both by the spoonful, made the PB as normal cookies, and used the GF in a recipe. The PB chocolate chip was INCREDIBLE raw (though I would say I’d like a few more chocolate chips. In both doughs, actually) and pretty delicious when fully baked. The GF dough was a little weird for me raw, mostly because they use chickpea flour. Chickpea flour and me aren’t really friends, but when they’re fully cooked you loose the metallic/bitter flavor of the chickpea and just get a delicious cookie.
Because I just *had* to make a recipe with this cookie dough (ohhhh nooo), I started thinking about a dessert someone used to bring to family birthday parties. Brownie bottom with chocolate chip cookies floating on top of cream cheese. If that sounds like heaven, it’s because it is. I took my favorite brownie base (in fact, one of the only two brownies recipes I’ve ever tried. If it’s not broke, right?), dotted it with lightly sweet cream cheese, and speckled that with cookie dough. Yum, yum, yum. If you want to try the cookie dough for yourself, please enter the giveaway for a coupon below (it may take a minute for the Rafflecopter to load). Check the Where To Buy before entering to make sure you can find them locally.
I received coupons for free product for the purposes of a review and a giveaway. I was not compensated in any way for my time. All opinions are, of course, my own.