What beats your favorite Oreo cookie but still tastes like an Oreo cookie?
How about safe and edible Oreo cookie dough?
The Cookie Dough Cafe, an Illinois-based shop that got its start through the popular TV show “Shark Tank,” has created a Cookies & Cream-flavored cookie dough loaded with chunks of Oreo cookies.
For now, Californians can only purchase the latest food creation via online.
Other Cookie Dough Cafe products, however, are sold at three locations in the central San Joaquin Valley: The Walmart at 3131 Cedar Ave. in Fresno, the Walmart at 1830 Shaw Ave. in Clovis, and the Walmart at 770 W. El Monte Way in Dinuba.
The Cookie Dough Cafe had sold Cookie & Cream flavored dough before. But now, it’ll have the Oreo brand attached the product and comes in an Oreo jar.
Two pints of Oreo cookie dough costs $22.
The cookie dough is edible and safe from salmonella because it doesn’t contain any raw eggs.
It also comes in flavors such as Confetti, Chocolate Chip, and a peanut butter M&M flavor called “Monster.”
For in-person purchases, the company is selling pints of the Oreo cookie dough at a Chicago store called “Mariano’s” for the time being.
The cookie dough is edible for safe from salmonella because it doesn’t contain any raw eggs.
The Cookie Dough Cafe website states that their dough can be refrigerated up to 20 weeks and kept frozen for up to 12 months.
Check out the video below to see how a Cookie Dough Cafe produce tastes compared to regular cookie dough.
The Cookie Dough Cafe essentially got its start on “Shark Tank” episode back in 2014 (Season 5, Episode 16).
If you love Oreos, by the way, the Fresno Grizzlies baseball team will be transforming their uniforms into an “Oreo taco” on Aug. 24 and will sell Oreo Ice Cream that’s inside of an Oreo cookie shell.