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Cookie Dough range can be baked or eaten raw

Charlie’s Fine Food has introduced a new plant-based cookie dough, which can be baked into biscuits – or simply spooned and eaten right out of the tub.

There are two flavours of dough – Choc Chip with Murray Salt Falkes and Peanut Butter with Choc Chips – both vegan-friendly with many uses beyond just making cookies.

“You can bake it into brownies, make ice-cream sandwiches or even craft a cookie dough cake and it’s your choice to bake your cookies chewy or crunchy, big or small,” said Jacky Magid, Charlie’s Fine Food Co founder.

The company says that it wants to give people an opportunity to experience the gourmet delights at home, fresh from the oven and enjoy cookies the way they want.

“It’s actually an ideal lockdown pick-me-up – there’s no need to feel guilty about having a cheeky spoonful, as it’s perfectly crafted to be just as enjoyable eaten raw as it is baked,” said Magid.

“Simply play with ingredients to create your own flavours and level up your lockdown weekends.”

The Charlie’s Plant-Powder Cookie Dough can be found at supermarkets across the country with an RRP of $9.99 per pack.

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