Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Just Cookie Dough is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy protein-free (it does contain soy lecithin), vegan / plant-based, and vegetarian.
If storing in the fridge, it will keep for up to 10 days. If not storing in the fridge, the dough will last up to 4 days. You can also freeze this edible vegan cookie dough for up to 3 months in an airtight container.
The cookie dough doesn’t need to be refrigerated – although it will remain firmer if kept in the fridge. It is best to eat the dough within 2-3 days. The dough can also be frozen, for 2-3 months. Just defrost at room temperature.
Costco has great news for vegans that still crave a classic cookie every once in a while. They are now selling Eat Pastry’s popular vegan chocolate chip cookie dough.
One mom found out that you can go to the bakery section of your local Costco and ask for uncooked boxes of their pastries, cookies, croissants, and other baked goods and they’ll give it to you no problem. Costco’s cookie dough comes in individual balls already, so you don’t even have to worry about dividing it up.
Because eating raw cookie dough really can make you sick, and not just because it contains raw eggs. In 2009, over 77 people across 30 states got food poisoning after eating prepackaged raw cookie dough. Many experienced vomiting and bloody diarrhea, and some had severe kidney damage.
All Pillsbury refrigerated cookie and brownie dough will be safe to eat raw, according to a statement from General Mills. The reformulated cookie dough is made with heat-treated flour and pasteurized eggs, which kills pathogens that can cause foodborne illnesses in the raw product, according to the company’s website.