Pillsbury Now Makes Cookie Dough That’s Mixed With Actual Oreo Pieces

Caitlyn Fitzpatrick
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Photo credit: Instagram @i_need_a_snack_
Photo credit: Instagram @i_need_a_snack_

From Woman's Day

Just as we were almost considering eating super healthy, Pillsbury has introduced a new Cookie Dough Made With Oreo Pieces. So there goes that plan! However, we couldn’t think of a more droolworthy snack that deserves to be indulged in.

Instagram account @candyhunting has spotted the new Pillsbury cookie dough at Hy-Vee, and it looks to be the only picture of the offering at this time. As seen on the packaging, the cookie dough comes in 12 precut pieces, so they’re twice as big as Pillsbury’s usual cookies. It’s mixed with Oreo cookie pieces, so you get that real chocolate-cookies-with-creme flavor.

The (arguably) best part about the Oreo cookie dough is that, like Strawberry Cheesecake, Reese’s, and Confetti Sugar Cookie doughs, it has Pillsbury’s new formulation so that you can eat it raw or separate the chunks on a cookie sheet and bake like normal. There was a solid chance we wouldn’t be able to resist eating it raw anyway, so it’s a good thing it has the safe stamp of approval.

Since Pillsbury doesn’t have the new Cookie Dough Made With Oreo Pieces listed on its website and there aren’t many pictures of it, these are super new. The Instagram account found it at Hy-Vee, but if we know anything about these new foods, it’s that it can take some time to roll out nationwide. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be keeping an eye on the refrigerated aisle every single time you hit up the grocery store, though.

Thanks to all the elements in this cookie dough, it’s shaping up to be one of the snacks we absolutely can’t wait to try. When you combine the Oreo pieces mixed in with the cookie dough and the fact that it’s totally OK to eat it straight from the package, we really don’t know how it could get any better than this.

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