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Immaculate Baking Company

Ready-to-bake cookie dough made from organic ingredients

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Oven fresh cookies in no time!

  • Oct 22, 2009
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Don't get me wrong, I LOVE to make my own cookies from scratch and I do make them for my hubby. He is a cookie monster! He can't go for more than a week without cookies (a whole two dozen of them). With a baby though, things are not always so simple. Some days I intend to make this, bake that, do laundry, clean the house, but it just doesn't happen as planned. Enter Immaculate Baking Company, with dough that most closely matches my own homemade cookies. Even better, theirs is made with organic ingredients - unlike mine.

The Taste Test: The Immaculate Baking Company was kind enough to let me try this dough, and let me tell you, I can't even compare it with other store bought dough I have tried in the past. Not to mention these have healthier ingredients with no fillers or anything artificial (well, as healthy as a sugary cookie can be). So we got the Chocolate Chunk dough. The package was a little tough to open by hand, so a pair of scissors is handy. I see that as a good thing, it means they will not get damaged in shipment and they are safe and sound in their predator proof package. I found that placing them one inch apart was sufficient. I just love that I don't have to spend time on the dough and I can have them ready in ten minutes. Just perfect for surprise company over for tea. Take note, they might not look ready in ten minutes, but trust me, they are! They will be soft to the touch when you take them out, but don't let it fool you. They will get slightly harder as they cool. The important thing is - the cookies passed the husband tasting test. He loved them and said they are almost as good as mine (was he just being nice?). Look at the photos, they taste even better than they look!

Value: Around here (Boston) you can buy them at Whole Foods, BJ's, Shaws, Stop & Shop, Hannaford, Market Basket, etc. At BJs you can get a double pack, 48 cookies for $5.99, but Market Basket had a real good deal of two 24 packs for $5.00 the last time I checked. That might have been a temporary special. Wouldn't you think they should be cheaper selling wholesale at BJs? Yeah, I don't know what the BJs folks are thinking. I haven't been to Whole Foods, but they run at about $3.49-3.99 for a package of 24 there. They have a ton of stores that sell their dough, there is most likely one close to you, just check out the store locator in the wiki.

WARNING: I am warning you, and don't tell me I didn't! If you buy these and  you are home by yourself, DO NOT bake all 24, you'll end up eating a lot more than you should. If you've got company though or the whole family is home, go ahead with the 24, or even double that - they'll be gone in no time. They look small, but they pack a punch. Would be even more splendid if these came in a resealable pouch so you don't have to make the whole package at once.

Bonus, they do a whole lot of good with fundraisers and supporting the arts. Check out this video:

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My Immaculate batch Up close and personal

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October 27, 2009
So I checked the store locator for this company, and it looks like it may be in some of the big chain stores around here (West coast). I'll have to make some phone calls and check it out. The cookies sound wonderful, and the company's values are great (contributing back to the community). Home-made would be my first choice, but I love a good, healthy, time-saving alternative.. They're organic, they taste good.....my kind of cookie! I'll be sure and post my opinion if I manage to get hold of some. Thank you for sharing this!
October 29, 2009
You're very welcome! Hope you like them Lisa :)
 
October 26, 2009
I've gotta look for these the next time I'm at Whole Foods! Thanks for sharing, Anastasia. Those photos make them look amazing! :)
October 29, 2009
You're welcome!
 
October 22, 2009
Sounds good. I'm often skeptical of store bought cookie doughs, but I'll have to keep this brand in mind if I ever don't want to make cookies from scratch! Thanks for the review! I also liked the fact that you directed us to stores (and ways of finding the stores)-very helpful!
October 23, 2009
Thank you, thank you! I really appreciate the comments, then I don't feel like I am writing for nobody. Do check them out, you will not be disappointed!
 
October 22, 2009
Sounds like a great product. Thanks for the heads up!
October 22, 2009
You're welcome, thanks for the comment!
 
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Quick Tip by . April 13, 2010
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Oh, soooooo, gooooood... Hard to stop at two or three cookies! Ready to bake, quick treat for days when you crave sweetness.
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Immaculate Baking Company ready-to-bake cookie dough comes in 6 different flavors: Chocolate Chunk, Vanilla Sugar, Triple Chocolate Chunk, Peanut Butter, Oatmeal Raisin, Cranberry Oatmeal White Chocolate. Each package contains dough for 24 cookies and weighs 14 oz.
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Organic unbleached wheat flour, organic light brown sugar, organic palm fruit oil, semi-sweet chocolate (sugar, chocolate liquor, dextrose, cocoa butter, soy lecithin (an emulsifier), vanilla), organic naturally evaporated cane sugar, whole eggs, salt, pure vanilla, baking soda (sodium bicarbonate).

Contains wheat, soy and eggs. Produced in a facility that also manufactures products containing peanuts, tree nuts and milk.


 

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