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Sweet Loren’s: Gluten Free Cookie Dough To Eat Raw Or Baked

If simply the idea of eating raw chocolate chip cookie dough makes you happy, our Top Pick Of The Week is for you.

If actually eating it is ecstasy, prepare to experience Sweet Loren’s Cookie Dough.

Sweet Loren’s is an allergen-free cookie dough brand dedicated to clean ingredients and great flavor, in four of the most popular cookie flavors:

  • Chocolate Chunk
  • Fudge Brownie
  • Oatmeal Cranberry
  • Sugar Cookie
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    You can bake the cookies, or safely eat the raw dough. We’ve done both, but our mood often leads us to a ball of raw dough.

    Whether or not you have any food allergies, the cookie dough (and the cookies baked with it) are delicious.
     
     
    WHAT ARE CLEAN INGREDIENTS?

    While there is no single industry or government definition (though we hope one will arise), “clean” ingredients typically means:

  • The ingredients are recognized and understood by consumers.
  • They are natural, and contain no additives or preservatives.
  • They are minimally processed.
  • In some cases, they contain no allergens.
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    For Sweet Loren’s, the latter means that the dough is dairy free, gluten free, Non-GMO, nut free and vegan (and also corn free and soy free).

    After beating cancer in her early twenties, Sweet Loren’s founder and CEO Loren Brill made it her mission to eliminate processed foods from her diet. Unable to find great tasting cookies made from clean ingredients, she developed her own.

    She’s done a great job!
     
     
    HOW TO ENJOY SWEET LOREN’S COOKIE DOUGH

    Need a cookie fix in a hurry? Take a pre-cut round of dough (photo #2) from the freezer and microwave it for 1:15 minutes. Let the cookie harden for five minutes—or eat it warm and gooey.

    If you microwave the dough for just 30 seconds and you have a delicious molten lump. In 45 seconds, a lava cake-like bite emerges.

    You can bake the cookies in a conventional or convection oven, in a toaster oven, even in an air fryer and a solar oven.

    Our favorite way is to snack on the raw cookie dough, or to have a mixed grill of baked, molten and raw cookies with a tall glass of milk.
     
     
    RECIPES GALORE

    Use the dough to create cookie dough bars, brookies, cake pops, crusts for pies and tarts, ice cream sandwiches, skillet cookies, as and specialty recipes like these:

  • Brownie Batter Stuffed Strawberries
  • Cheesecake Cookie Bars
  • Chocolate Chunk Banana Bites
  • Coconut Cookie Dough Truffles
  • Cookie Dough Dessert Tortillas
  • Fruit Cookie Pizza
  • S’mores Cookie Bars
  • Snickerdoodle Brownies
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    You can color the Sugar Cookie dough in rainbow hues, green for St. Patrick’s Day, or the colors of your favorite team.

    You can turn roll any of the doughs into cookie cutter shapes: ghosts for Halloween, hearts for Valentine’s Day, etc.

    And when winter rolls around, we can’t wait to make these Melted Snowman Cookies.

    In fact, the website has 32 pages of recipes, including many holiday and seasonal variations.
     
     
    EDIBLE COOKIE DOUGH CUPS

    Sweet Loren’s turned their cookie doughs into cookie dough cups: like a cup of ice cream, it’s raw cookie dough made softer, to be eaten with a spoon.

    The flavors:

  • Birthday Cake
  • Chocolate Chunk
  • Double Chocolate
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    While many fans will want to dig in, we actually prefer the raw cookies themselves. They cookie rounds have a texture we find more appealing.
     
     
    GET YOUR SWEET LOREN’S COOKIE DOUGH

    Look for Sweet Loren’s in the refrigerated dough section of your local market.

    Or, buy them on the Sweet Loren’s website.
     
     
    > THE HISTORY OF COOKIES
     
     
    > THE HISTORY OF CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES
     
     
    > THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF COOKIES: A GLOSSARY

     


    [1] America’s favorite cookie, chocolate chunk, allergen free (all photos © Sweet Loren’s).


    [2] From package to pan: Bake the cookies on a conventional cookie sheet, or make cookie balls in a mini muffin pan.


    [3] In minutes, Fudgy Brownie dough is transformed into a plate of cookies.


    [4] Another use for your air fryer: Bake cookies!


    [5] There are scores of recipes for treats like these ice cream truffles, wrapped in cookie dough and dipped in chocolate.


    [6] Molding the dough into a cup for milk or liqueur, an homage to Dominique Ansel’s cookie shots.


    [7] Want to eat your cookie dough from a cup? There are three flavors of this softer version of the dough.

     

      

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