For those among us who have secretly harboured dreams of a Willy Wonka-esque world in which everything is made of sweet, sweet cookie dough, (No? Just us?) your day has finally arrived.
Scooped ice-cream-style into cups and ones, flattened into frozen ice-cream sandwiches, melted into brownies, folded into ice cream sundaes and milk shakes, baked into cupcakes and pies and stuffed with sprinkles, this Greenwich Village spot in New York City is where cookie dough comes to go next lev.
Called DŌ (pronounced 'dough'), the café was opened by 28 year-old entrepreneur, Kristen Tomlan. The raw dough uses pasteurised egg product and heat-treated flour to side-step that annoying 'No raw cookie dough' warning from the Federal Food and Drug Administration. So, all you need is a ticket to the states and its double scoops all the way.
But let's be honest, you were never going to let a little FDA warning stop you from sampling these fine flavours:
A signature 'Commando' flavour
Sugar cookie topped with sugar
Brownie batter + choc chips
Oatmeal + M&Ms + choc chips
Brownie batter + oreo cookies + choc chips
Peanut butter + dark choc chips + marshmallow fluff
Sugar cookie + salted caramel + dark choc chips + sea salt
Sugar cookie + Nutella + choc chips + caramel bits + sea salt
Peanut butter + Reese's cups + Reese's pieces
Sprinkles + white chips + choc chips
Hershey bar + toasted marshmallows + graham crackers
Peanut butter + cinnamon sugar + choc chips
Red velvet + choc chunks
Cake batter + white chips + choc chips + sprinkles
Sugar + Hershey's Kisses
For more, visit DŌ