Mid-Atlantic shoppers may have tougher search for the indulgence, initially
Now, you can have your cookie dough and eat it, too. Nestle Toll House released a new, Edible Cookie Dough version without eggs or any other ingredients that need cooking. The new formulation is a “safe and convenient way” to enjoy cookie dough as is, said Christyna Chandler, Nestle Toll House associate brand manager, in a news release. Any risks in eating the original, raw product may come as a surprise to folks who have been doing so for years.