-COOKIE DOUGH WITH ATTITUDE-
The cookie dough is carefully handcrafted in small batches to ensure freshness and quality. It's hand packed into paper containers in our kitchen and kept refrigerated while it waits for its new home.
Nothing dodgy or artificial is ever used to make our dough. We use ingredients that you would normally have in your home pantry, sourced from your local grocer or health food shop. To boot it's 100% vegan and has zero gluten.
-INGREDIENTS AND NUTRITION INFO-
Ingredients: gluten free flour blend (sweet white rice flour, whole grain brown rice flour, potato starch, whole grain sweet white sorghum flour, tapioca flour, xanthan gum), apple sauce*, dairy free chocolate chips (evaporated cane juice, natural chocolate liquor (non-alcoholic), non-dairy cocoa butter), coconut oil*, coconut sugar*, evaporated cane juice*, Less than 2% of: vanilla extract (water, alcohol (35%), sugar, vanilla bean extractives), sunflower lecithin (non-gmo), baking soda, sea salt, baking powder (aluminium free), tapioca flour. *denotes organic
Serving size: 50 grams (1.8oz) approx. 2 cookies
Servings per container: 10.4
Calories per serving: 210
Carbs 31g / Fat 10g / Protein 2g / Sodium 410mg / Potassium 16mg
Dry clean only, no tumble dry. Wait, what? No seriously, our dough is "delicate" and here's why. Food with a long shelf life kind of freaks us out. We never intended to make something that keeps for ages. We recommend keeping it refrigerated for a maximum of 2 weeks. Keep it sealed with wax paper on top to maintain maximum freshness. You know how apples change color once you slice them? Yeah it's natural and though they don't look as pretty, they still taste the same. We use apples for moisture and to bind our mix so, same thing can happen if left out or uncovered in fridge. PRO TIP: If this happens just mix it and seal. You can also transfer your cookie dough into an up cycled glass container that seals or a mason jar.
Freezing. We did a number of trials where we froze and thawed it and it worked great. However, we recommend just freezing once. Also, don't ignore your dough and just leave it out on the counter for hours. We don't want to make you paranoid or anything, but just be aware that it keeps best cold. So if you want to bake it, put it away once you are done. If you want to eat it straight up, serve it separately and put it away...unless you are in shameless savage mode and want to eat it straight from the tub. That's OK too.
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