The Great Unbaked

Admit it: there’s a part of you that still wants to eat some cookie dough before you put it in the oven. (Or, eat it all without even using the oven.) Well, Edoughble lets you do just that. Edoughble is edible raw cookie dough that is meant to be enjoyed as-is rather than baked. There are no preservatives and nothing artificial. Their recipes include applesauce and vanilla paste instead of eggs so the dough is safe to eat straight from the package. Edoughble also goes great on ice cream or as a mix-in for milkshakes. Co-Founders Rana & John Lustyan wanted to create ready-to-eat cookie dough without the riskiness of raw eggs. Since they started the business in 2008, the idea has blossomed into a finger-licking array of flavors. Go ahead: grab a spoon and dig in.

Edoughble

Edible Cookie Dough

The Great Unbaked

Admit it: there’s a part of you that still wants to eat some cookie dough before you put it in the oven. (Or, eat it all without even using the oven.) Well, Edoughble lets you do just that. Edoughble is edible raw cookie dough that is meant to be enjoyed as-is rather than baked. There are no preservatives and nothing artificial. Their recipes include applesauce and vanilla paste instead of eggs so the dough is safe to eat straight from the package. Edoughble also goes great on ice cream or as a mix-in for milkshakes. Co-Founders Rana & John Lustyan wanted to create ready-to-eat cookie dough without the riskiness of raw eggs. Since they started the business in 2008, the idea has blossomed into a finger-licking array of flavors. Go ahead: grab a spoon and dig in.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Rana
    Rana

    Hello Grommet! I'm Rana, the co-founder of Edoughble. No baking. No scary raw egg. Just pure, doughy, unapologetically sugary, spoon-ready deliciousness made with the best ingredients and mix-ins. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have.

  • tani
    tani
    3/23/2015 12:16 PM

    is it kosher?

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 12:45 PM

    @tani Hi Tani, while all ingredients are certified Kosher, the product itself has not yet been certified. We are working on it though and should have one over the next 6 months without having to change a single thing!

  • Ellen
    Ellen
    3/23/2015 12:37 PM

    Hi Looks yummy. what is the calorie count? Thanks

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 12:43 PM

    @Ellen Hi Ellen! Each contains about 120-130 calories per serving and there are 8 servings per container. These are a pure indulgence and taste great by the spoonful or on top of your favorite ice cream:)

  • Donna
    Donna
    3/23/2015 12:38 PM

    We're vegan so I love the idea of no eggs...but what about milk...soy?

    Thanks!

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 12:41 PM

    @Donna Hi Donna, our products are not vegan. We do offer one vegan, gluten free flavor, called Nutty Monkey that does not contain dairy. Most mix-ins in each dough contains soy lecithin. Let me know if you have additional questions!

  • Jeff
    Jeff
    3/23/2015 12:57 PM

    If you wanted to actually bake cookies out of it, would it work for that? Sounds silly, I know, because the whole point is to eat the cookie doe. However, having some utilitarian cookie dough that can do both would be very handy! We have family and foster kids that pop in from time to time unexpectedly. Having stuff to make cookies that you can eat while you bake sounds awesome.

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 1:10 PM

    @Jeff Hi Jeff, since the cookie dough gods intended for this dough to be eaten in its pure raw form, you can't bake this dough. Each cup is 8oz so you can roll the dough into balls and dip them in chocolate and toppings and make cookie dough truffles, you can frost cookies or brownies or a banana (so healthy) with the dough, or you can top your favorite ice cream! You can even chill the dough, roll it out and cut it into shapes and freeze the shapes and make cookie dough ice cream sandwiches! Don't get me started, because I could keep going...

  • Stephanie
    Stephanie
    3/23/2015 12:57 PM

    What is "cake flour"? Is it all purpose refined wheat flour?

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 1:11 PM

    @Stephanie Hi Stephanie, our unbleached cake flour is a very delicate and fine flour so you dont taste the grittiness of the flour. It is also the lowest in Gluten of all flours.

  • Barbara
    Barbara
    3/23/2015 1:21 PM

    How long does the product keep? Must be refrigerated, yes?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    3/23/2015 2:10 PM

    Hi Barbara, Edoughble incredibly stays edible for 2 weeks at room temp, 6 weeks when refrigerated, and 3 months when frozen.

  • Jess
    Jess
    3/23/2015 2:12 PM

    Do you plan on adding a gluten free version?

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 2:16 PM

    @Jess Hi Jess we do have a vegan and gluten free flavor, called Nutty Monkey offered exclusively through our website.

  • Kerene
    Kerene
    3/23/2015 5:35 PM

    Hi Rana! Do you have a crab count on these? I have to watch my carb intake and am on a high protein diet but would love to treat myself wih a teaspooon full now and then.

    Thank you!

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 7:07 PM

    @Kerene Hi Kerene! Each serving is about 18g of carbs.

  • Christina
    Christina
    3/23/2015 5:40 PM

    Ingredient list? Have kid w/ food allergies to all nuts, peanuts, sesame and coconut. Clearly, Nutty Monkey is out but are the other flavors safe?

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 7:08 PM

    @Christina Hi Christina! Stuck on You, PB&J and Nuts for Chocolate are out as well. I do not use nuts or coconut in any other flavors.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Edoughble

Edible Cookie Dough

The Great Unbaked

Admit it: there’s a part of you that still wants to eat some cookie dough before you put it in the oven. (Or, eat it all without even using the oven.) Well, Edoughble lets you do just that.

Edoughble is edible raw cookie dough that is meant to be enjoyed as-is rather than baked. There are no preservatives and nothing artificial.
Their recipes include applesauce and vanilla paste instead of eggs so the dough is safe to eat straight from the package. Edoughble also goes great on ice cream or as a mix-in for milkshakes.

Co-Founders Rana & John Lustyan wanted to create ready-to-eat cookie dough without the riskiness of raw eggs. Since they started the business in 2008, the idea has blossomed into a finger-licking array of flavors.

Go ahead: grab a spoon and dig in.
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Edoughble - Edible Cookie Dough

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Rana
    Rana

    Hello Grommet! I'm Rana, the co-founder of Edoughble. No baking. No scary raw egg. Just pure, doughy, unapologetically sugary, spoon-ready deliciousness made with the best ingredients and mix-ins. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have.

  • tani
    tani
    3/23/2015 12:16 PM

    is it kosher?

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 12:45 PM

    @tani Hi Tani, while all ingredients are certified Kosher, the product itself has not yet been certified. We are working on it though and should have one over the next 6 months without having to change a single thing!

  • Ellen
    Ellen
    3/23/2015 12:37 PM

    Hi Looks yummy. what is the calorie count? Thanks

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 12:43 PM

    @Ellen Hi Ellen! Each contains about 120-130 calories per serving and there are 8 servings per container. These are a pure indulgence and taste great by the spoonful or on top of your favorite ice cream:)

  • Donna
    Donna
    3/23/2015 12:38 PM

    We're vegan so I love the idea of no eggs...but what about milk...soy?

    Thanks!

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 12:41 PM

    @Donna Hi Donna, our products are not vegan. We do offer one vegan, gluten free flavor, called Nutty Monkey that does not contain dairy. Most mix-ins in each dough contains soy lecithin. Let me know if you have additional questions!

  • Jeff
    Jeff
    3/23/2015 12:57 PM

    If you wanted to actually bake cookies out of it, would it work for that? Sounds silly, I know, because the whole point is to eat the cookie doe. However, having some utilitarian cookie dough that can do both would be very handy! We have family and foster kids that pop in from time to time unexpectedly. Having stuff to make cookies that you can eat while you bake sounds awesome.

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 1:10 PM

    @Jeff Hi Jeff, since the cookie dough gods intended for this dough to be eaten in its pure raw form, you can't bake this dough. Each cup is 8oz so you can roll the dough into balls and dip them in chocolate and toppings and make cookie dough truffles, you can frost cookies or brownies or a banana (so healthy) with the dough, or you can top your favorite ice cream! You can even chill the dough, roll it out and cut it into shapes and freeze the shapes and make cookie dough ice cream sandwiches! Don't get me started, because I could keep going...

  • Stephanie
    Stephanie
    3/23/2015 12:57 PM

    What is "cake flour"? Is it all purpose refined wheat flour?

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 1:11 PM

    @Stephanie Hi Stephanie, our unbleached cake flour is a very delicate and fine flour so you dont taste the grittiness of the flour. It is also the lowest in Gluten of all flours.

  • Barbara
    Barbara
    3/23/2015 1:21 PM

    How long does the product keep? Must be refrigerated, yes?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    3/23/2015 2:10 PM

    Hi Barbara, Edoughble incredibly stays edible for 2 weeks at room temp, 6 weeks when refrigerated, and 3 months when frozen.

  • Jess
    Jess
    3/23/2015 2:12 PM

    Do you plan on adding a gluten free version?

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 2:16 PM

    @Jess Hi Jess we do have a vegan and gluten free flavor, called Nutty Monkey offered exclusively through our website.

  • Kerene
    Kerene
    3/23/2015 5:35 PM

    Hi Rana! Do you have a crab count on these? I have to watch my carb intake and am on a high protein diet but would love to treat myself wih a teaspooon full now and then.

    Thank you!

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 7:07 PM

    @Kerene Hi Kerene! Each serving is about 18g of carbs.

  • Christina
    Christina
    3/23/2015 5:40 PM

    Ingredient list? Have kid w/ food allergies to all nuts, peanuts, sesame and coconut. Clearly, Nutty Monkey is out but are the other flavors safe?

  • Rana
    Rana – Special Guest
    3/23/2015 7:08 PM

    @Christina Hi Christina! Stuck on You, PB&J and Nuts for Chocolate are out as well. I do not use nuts or coconut in any other flavors.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.