Nestle's refrigerated cookie dough is an brilliant idea, and it's tempting to buy because they make it so easy to
make "homemade cookies" in a flash. If you peek at the ingredients though, you'll find the dreaded partially hydrogenated oil. So what's a cookie lover in a rush to do? Check out Cookie Love. It's a family-owned cookie company that sells all-natural frozen cookie dough.
The cookie dough contains only ingredients you would use to bake the cookies yourself. This way you can get that fresh out-of-the-oven taste, without all the work. If you don't have the time to bake them, you can also order premade cookies.
I baked up a batch of the Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip cookies. Want to see what they look like and check out the nutritional info? Then read more.
|Believe me when I say that these were one of the best cookies I've ever tasted. They were sweet and chewy, and they had a smooth peanut butter taste.
The roll of dough made 12 cookies. Check out the nutritional info for one cookie in four of their most popular flavors.
I know these aren't exactly healthy and something you'd eat every day, but for a treat, they really satisfy your cookie craving without hydrogenated oil. Plus I feel good eating them knowing they're made just like my grandma would make them.
You can order frozen dough (that gets shipped to you the next day) or fresh baked cookies by calling 802-425-8181. One roll of frozen dough costs $7 plus shipping, or you can order a dozen cookies in a cute lunch box tin ($29.95), or an 18-cookie sampler ($21.95). I know these are a little pricey, but their homemade taste and ingredients make them totally worth it.