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The Edible Cookie Dough Trend Officially Arrives In Dallas Next Year

The Dough Dough is expected to open in North Dallas

Raw cookie dough served like ice cream awaits
The Dough Dough
Amy McCarthy is a reporter at Eater.com, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

Already a trend in cities across the country, a new sweet shop called The Dough Dough will bring cups of raw, safe-to-eat cookie dough to Dallas.

A representative for The Dough Dough tells Eater that Dallas’ newest dessert option is set to arrive early next year in an as-yet-unnamed space at the northwest corner of Preston and Forest. The shop is a project of Dallas’ own Gina Ginsburg, who will incorporate some of her family’s favorite cookie recipes into her doughy new venture.

All cookie dough is, of course, edible, but there’s always the risk of contracting a food-borne illness from homemade dough that includes ingredients like raw eggs. At shops like The Dough Dough and NYC’s Do, each confection is made with pasteurized eggs and heat-treated flour to ensure that the raw cookie dough is actually safe to eat.

At present, The Dough Dough is accepting email orders from cookie dough enthusiasts ahead of the arrival of its storefront. Look forward to ordering scoops of dough in North Dallas in February 2018.