New eCoupon is up! Save $1.00 when you buy any two packages of Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough. You really can’t do any wrong when you are talking cookie dough. And while the standard “bake in the oven” and “eat raw from the package tiny bits at a time so nobody really notices some’s missing” methods are my two favorite, there are a lot of ways you can take your cookie dough enjoyment to the next level. Here are the ones I found that are most drool-worthy:
Have you ever had the cookie dough cheesecake from The Cheesecake Factory? Holy delicious. Try to make it at home!
This might be the dessert manifestation of “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” Brownie mix + refrigerated cookie dough = easy and awesome. Add one scoop of vanilla ice cream, and I’d be in heaven.
Cookie dough IN THE CUPCAKE. Here’s the trick: you freeze little scoops of cookie dough the night before you make these, then plop the dough balls right on top of your cupcake batter in the pan. Because of the freezing, the dough doesn’t cook in the oven, just the cupcake batter. Genius.
These puppies won the million-dollar prize in the 2010 Pillsbury Bake-Off, so they’re obviously worth checking out. There’s even a quick little video showing how they’re made.
Perfect timing – Easter just days away, and this Eastery looking cookie recipe is just begging to be tried out. Give the kids a slice of this, and then tell Grandma and Grandpa they’re on kid-watching duty.
Make a little bit-size pie with a cookie dough crust – this recipe is for pecan pie, but you could put anything you want in there! And hey, maybe you could even use one of our other eCoupons – to save 75¢ on two cans of Lucky Leaf Pie Filling. Savings-savvy and tasty at the same time!
Want to continue your quest for cookie dough recipes? Check out some more recipes using refrigerated cookie dough.
I estimate that for every tube of refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough I buy, about 85% gets cooked, and 15% is eaten raw by either yours truly or my husband and kids. What’s your household’s cooked-to-raw ratio?