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Tasty Ideas with Cookie Dough

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Tasty Ideas with Cookie Dough

Mouth-watering Ideas with Cookie Dough

 

Thinking about what else you can do with Crazy About Cookies® cookie dough? Try Cookie Crumble!

Prepare the cookies according to package instructions, adding 5-7 minutes to the baking time. Allow the cookies to cool completely (minimum 1 hour).

Place baked, cooled cookies in a food processor and grind to a desired consistency. The result deliciously flavored cookie crumble!

Store the cookie crumble in an airtight container, refrigerated for up to 2 weeks. Or, for a more convenient format, store the cookie crumble in a glass shaker, making it easy to sprinkle added flavor to some of your favorite snacks and desserts. Keep refrigerated.

Now keep reading to learn some of our favorite ideas on how to enjoy cookie crumble. Or feel free to try some of your own creative ideas!

 

Ideas on how to enjoy it.

Generously sprinkle crumble on your favorite ice cream.

Use as a base for cheesecakes and pies. Mix 1-¼ cups crumble with ¼ melted butter or margarine. Press firmly onto bottom of a 9-inch spring-form pan. Top with cheesecake or cake blend and bake.

Add a heaping spoonful to your bowl of cereal for a flavor boost.

Kick start your taste buds by adding a spoonful to your morning smoothie.

Making a peanut butter sandwich? Sprinkle some cookie crumble in the center to add some crunch and flavor.

Add a sprinkle or two, when making cereal bars and squares, for some added mouthwatering goodness.

Try mixing different cookie varieties for the most flavorful cookie crumble.

 

EAT THE DOUGH?

Do you want to eat the dough without getting sick? Then try our EDIBLE doughs from Dibble Dough® and Crazy About Cookies®.  These are delicious and do not involve as much as hard work as you only have to grab a spoon and start enjoying them.

 

Choose your Dough and start having fun!

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