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Edible Cookie Dough Shops Are Invading Dallas

At least two will open this year

Cups of safe-to-eat cookie dough are en route
The Dough Dough
Amy McCarthy is a reporter at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

The onslaught of edible cookie dough shops has taken a little while to get to Dallas, but with two new shops dedicated to the treat on the way, it’s safe to say that this trend has officially arrived.

The newest addition to the city’s fledgling raw dough scene is Cookie Doh, a shop that’s set to open its doors this spring in Deep Ellum. According to CultureMap, the shop is a project of Usman and Javeria Babar, the minds behind yet another trendy dessert shop in the neighborhood, Chills 360. According to the Babars, Cookie Doh will serve at least a dozen different types of chilled cookie dough, ranging from Nutella to Oreo.

Also in the works is The Dough Dough. As Eater reported last year, The Dough Dough will bring its take on the treat, made with pasteurized eggs and heat-treated flour to reduce the risk of food poisoning, to the northwest corner of Preston and Forest. That shop is expected to make its debut in February, which could make it the very first edible cookie dough spot in Dallas.

No official opening date for Cookie Doh or The Dough Dough have been announced. Stay tuned for more details on when the cookie dough onslaught will officially begin.