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Immaculate Baking Co. Cookie Dough Review

Wednesday, January 13, 2010 Posted by Rita A



Fresh baked cookies just came out of my oven. I am excited to taste the cookies made from cookie dough packages from Immaculate Baking Co. My cookie dough flavors of choice are Chocolate Chunk and Peanut Caramel Milk Chocolate. Mmmmm they smell so good.

About Immaculate Baking Co. - It all started when the founder Scott Blackwell saw Willy Wonka when he was 7 years old. He began selling his chocolates creations to family and neighbors. Thus began a love for chocolates and baking. He made home-made pies to pay for college. A few ventures later he now runs Immaculate Baking Co. The Cookie timelime shows the cookies really started taking off in 1997 starting with MoJo, Apple Pie and Sweet Georgia Brownie. Now there are five categories of products: Cookie Dough, Brownie Dough, Biscuits, Scones and Snack Cookies.




I was able to sample the two flavors mentioned above of the Immaculate Baking Co Cookie Dough. I located the packages at Whole Foods Market in my area. The Cookie Dough contains no trans fat, no artificial flavors and are made with organic flour and sugar. The cookie dough comes packaged in 24 ready to bake pieces of dough. Just break them apart, place them on the cookie sheet and bake. In a few minutes baking time you will be enjoying a delicious cookie treat. The Chocolate Chunk flavor is a very nice chocolate chip cookie. It was really good right out of the oven. I like them when they are warm to eat. The cookie was soft while it was warm. They do become a crunchy cookie after cooling. Still very tasty. Perfect for dunking in milk. Here's a little cookie trick: you can microwave just about any cookie for 10 to 15 seconds, depending on the power of your microwave, and you will have a nice soft cookie, but you have to eat them fast or they get hard again.

The next flavor is Peanut Caramel Milk Chocolate. The name alone sounds delightful. While these cookies were baking, the aroma was so wonderful in the kitchen. I could not wait to taste them. I love the idea of a caramel cookie but I must say they came out a little messy looking. The caramel melted in some of the cookies creating holes in the cookie. They were stuck to the baking pan. Not all of them just a few. The taste however made up for the gooey mess. These are so yummy. The caramel is chewy with nice chunks of peanuts blending with the milk chocolate. I really liked the richness of this flavor. I can't wait to try the other cookie dough flavors or other products especially the brownies.




Another reason I like Immaculate Baking Co is the support they give to the Arts. Each package features a folk artist. As much as the quality of our baked goods, our relationship with American Folk Art is the cornerstone of Immaculate Baking Company. We not only love the images, but deeply respect the integrity of the self-taught artists who create them. Why? Because like our approach to baking, folk art is the very definition of handmade: simple, pure, and from the heart.


Immaculate Baking Co. donates art supplies, offers folk art workshops and holds bake sales for creative-minded nonprofits. They set a Guinness record for baking the worlds largest cookie at 102 feet in diameter with sales of the cookie raising money for the Folk Artists Foundation. Now that is a big cookie.

You can find Immaculate Baking Co. products at retailers nationwide. You can also order direct from Immaculate Baking Co. online store to be overnight or 2 day shipped. Be aware of the shipping charges.

I enjoyed the cookies. I will look for more products from Immaculate Baking Co. My family really liked them.

Many thanks to Laurie of Immcaulate Baking Co. for providing the review samples.

Disclosure: I received gratis samples for this review. No monetary compensation was offered or accepted for this post. The opinions above are my own. Others experience may vary.


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