ITEM OF THE DAY Item Of The Day Jennifer Still

Despite my paranoia about food-borne illness, I will tear up some cookie dough. Not that I ever make cookies anymore, really, but when I did – oh, when I did! Roughly 3/4 of the dough would end up in the oven while the rest would be in my stomach, raw eggs and all. It’s delicious, it’s… not entirely nutritious. But who cares! Say yes to life!

Some geniuses at confectionery company Taste of Nature have managed to master the whole ‘possibility of salmonella’ predicament while keeping the cookie dough goodness intact in candy form. Not to mention the fact that they’ve upped the ante by covering it in chocolate. Whaaaat? I know, right.

You’ve probably had Cookie Dough Bites while at the movie theatre. I have, too. I’ve also had them while sitting in my reading chair, watching TV in bed, sitting on a bench in the park… you get the hint. Plus, get this – they also make Cinnamon Bun Bites and Red Velvet Cupcake Bites. Ugh, whatever. Some diabetic comas are worth it.

Find out more about Cookie Dough Bites on their website and then head down to your local Rite Aid/Walgreens/CVS/Duane Reade/whatever to buy some now!

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  1. Why have i never tried these ???? :o gassp !!

  2. Why does Australia not have these? Somebody send me some!

  3. We used to sell all varieties of these at Blockbuster. The mint chocolate chip ones were good.

  4. L-cysteine hydrochloride: Used as a dough conditioner in industrial food production, this nonessential amino acid is most commonly derived from one of three equally surprising sources: human hair, duck feathers, or a fermented mutation of E. coli. Yum.

  5. Good lord,… :)

  6. Guilty pleasure, love eating a box of these while watching a movie and relaxing.