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Tuesday, February 6, 2024

Product Review: Reese’s Peanut Butter Cookie Dough

The last time I put a grocery order in, I noticed they had Reese’s Peanut Butter Cookie Dough available (it’s in with the other Pillsbury cookies). I wasn’t really expecting too much, but we needed cookies, having finally run out of Christmas baking, and I was short on time so figured they were worth a try.

The package makes two dozen cookies. When I took off the outer wrap, I found a cardboard tray with 24 little cubes sitting on it. All I had to do was plunk them on a cookie sheet, squash them down with a fork, and bake them. Can’t get any easier than that.

They were really good. Better than most “boughten” cookies. They actually tasted like homemade, and the price and quantity was comparable to a regular package of cookies. If you need cookies in a hurry, they’re a good option.

The package also claims you can eat the dough without actually baking it first, that they’re, “Safe to eat raw.” I didn’t try it, but given the cooked flavour, I imagine they’d be great.

If you’re (sshhh!) trying to pass these off as your own baking, you might want to roll the cubes in your hands until they’re round before placing them on the sheet and flattening them. Otherwise, the cookies come out looking a little square.

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