All natural, non-GMO, preservative-free ingredients are used to make each bite extraordinarily delicious. It took the company two years of research and development to create their patented cookie dough recipe -- one that doesn't stick together like other cookie dough brands and stays on the shelf for much longer without any artificial ingredients.
The company was picky about what could go in a Doozie. No artificial ingredients. No bleached flours. No genetically modified ingredients. No hydrogenated oils. So you wonder … what exactly is in a Doozie? Nothing weird, just 14 ingredients -- chocolate, enriched wheat flour, vanilla extract, cane sugar, eggs, milk, canola and palm oil, salt, baking soda, natural flavors, oats, cinnamon, and butter -- all of which are generally used to make homemade chocolate chip cookies from scratch. Doozie Bars are ready-to-eat, and according to their website "a bar that you can grab when you're on the go!"
Not to be mistaken for energy bars, cookie dough bars are a candy aisle staple, but if you've made it this far without salmonella poisoning, then sure, let's consider the Doozies your confectionery Clif bar. You can buy edible cookie dough from whole foods. Food blogger, The Junk Food Aisle, spotted the Doozie Bars lurking between the aisles of Midwest grocery chain, Meijer. However, these delights can be found in national grocery stores like Whole Foods, Kroger and Ralphs, as well as Soozie's online store for $2 each.
"Your mom always said you can't eat raw cookie dough, but now you can!" says their website. Soozie's Doozies also makes refrigerated cookie dough in resealable packages if, unlike this writer, you have a cookie batch limit of fewer than 20. The cookie dough boasts the same all-natural ingredients as the bars and comes in six sweet flavors -- Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal Blueberry, Sugar Cinnamon Snickerdoodle, Double Chocolate Candy, Milky and White Chocolate Macadamia.