Eating cookie dough by the spoon is not exactly a new concept; it dates back decades, perhaps to when home bakers started making Toll House chocolate chip cookies and inquisitive fingers learned the delights of the uncooked dough. But then it was kind of a guilty, sneaky treat.
Among its 12 flavors are classics like chocolate chip and brownie batter with chocolate chips. Other flavors are fully loaded, like S'More Please, with mini marshmallows, chocolate chips and graham crackers, and King Caramel, with sea salt, caramel and dark chocolate chips. One flavor changes on a regular basis; the current selection is cinnamon roll.
The cost of a single scoop of one flavor is $4.99. Two scoops is $7.99 and three is $9.99. (Pro tip: The dough keeps for two weeks, so you can take it home and sneak it by the spoonful out of the fridge.)
The shop also serves milkshakes, made with or without cookie dough, as well as waffles topped with cookie dough and fruit.
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