Edible Funfetti Cookie Dough Is Already the Greatest Invention of 2020
I'm ditching all my New Year's resolutions for this
These new additions come after last year’s major success of Nestle’s edible cooke doughs, which can be enjoyed without the risk of salmonella.
The original flavors that launched were Chocolate Chip and Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Monster. “We wanted to expand our edible cookie dough offerings to make it even easier to enjoy your favorite dessert right out of the container,” said Samantha Set, Associate Brand Manager at Nestle Toll House.
Nestle Toll House took to social media in the past week to tease the new flavors. In a post on Twitter, they asked fans to guess what the new flavors could be.
One of the most popular responses was “Double Chocolate and Birthday Cake,” while some fans got a little more creative with their guesses. One user predicted unicorn rainbow while another guessed truffle fudge brownie.
Few fans guessed right—though one could argue that Birthday Cake and Funfetti are essentially the same thing—but regardless all the feed back was positive with one user asking, “Where have you been all my life???”
Funfetti has been a popular flavor so far in 2020: Coffee-Mate recently launched a Funfetti coffee creamer, too.
The new Nestle Toll House edible cookie dough flavors are available now and can be found in the refrigerator section at major grocery stores. You can nab a 15-oz. tub for around $5.40.