Pillsbury Is Now Making Confetti Sugar Cookie Dough That’s Safe to Eat Raw

I can't promise any of the dough will actually make it to my oven.

Pillsbury likes to keep us on our toes when it comes to new products. I mean, we’re obviously fans of their classic crescent rolls, which you can use to create masterpieces like Buffalo chicken crescents. But we live for announcements about things like Strawberries & Cream cinnamon rolls. Delicious!

Well, Pillsbury is ready to knock our socks off with something brand-new: sugar cookie dough that’s safe to eat raw.

What Is This Confetti Sugar Cookie Dough?

Pillsbury is known for its Funfetti cake mix (which earned honors in our confetti cake mix taste test), and now they’re introducing a sister product.

Normally, eating raw cookie dough is not safe. But this dough is made for pre-oven munching! The package has a giant “Safe to Eat Raw” badge so customers know right off the bat. Like other Pillsbury cookie doughts, the classic recipe has been adjusted slightly to make it safe to eat raw.

I couldn’t love Pillsbury any more than I do right now.

The Confetti cookies are made with sugar cookie dough and bright, rainbow sprinkles to make them even more fun to eat. Then again, when is cookie dough not fun to eat, you know? Each package is sliced into 12 equal pieces, which is half the amount of other Pillsbury ready-to-bake products. That means GIANT cookies rising up in the oven, or GIANT pieces of dough going straight into your mouth. It really doesn’t get any better than this!

This is how to make edible cookie dough at home.

Where Can I Buy This Dough?

The dough has been spotted at a few different stores, including Harris Teeter, so keep an eye out next time you go shopping. A single package goes for under $4, so snag one package to bake for the family and another package to eat by yourself. Well, maybe grab two for yourself. Just in case.

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Having always wanted a career in writing, Melany couldn't have found a better place than Taste of Home to begin. When she's not scribbling in her notebook or working at her computer, she can be found experimenting with new recipes or relaxing with a book and her cats.