This Salmonella-Free Eggless Cookie Dough is Made to Eat

 - Apr 4, 2014
References: whippedupcreations & foodbeast
Don't you wish they had this eggless cookie dough when you were growing up and tried to steal the dough to eat before your mom baked the cookies? Eating raw cookie dough is a delicious bad habit that's not good for you; you could get salmonella poisoning.

Unbakeables has the solution: eggless made-to-eat cookie dough. By getting rid of the raw eggs, this company got rid of the potential risk of salmonella. The dough comes in nine flavors which include Thin Mint, birthday cake, peanut butter and jelly, oatmeal raisin and classic chocolate chip

You can purchase a tube online or in a few stores in Connecticut and New York. Now, you can enjoy this unbaked treat and not get sick.