New local business makes edible cookie dough ready for pick up, delivery

The Cookie Jar D.C. (Photo courtesy of the company's Instagram)

Um, yes please!

A new business in D.C. is making edible cookie dough available in stores and for delivery.

Local resident, Lindsey Larner, started The Cookie Jar D.C. after experimenting with cookie mixes and visiting Union Kitchen, where she saw others making ready-to-eat foods.

According to their website, The Cookie Jar D.C. launched in February out of Union Kitchen and sells flavors like classic chocolate chip, peanut butter, mint chocolate chip, sugar cookie with sprinkles and oatmeal raisin.

Larner's cookie dough is egg-free so you don't have to worry about getting salmonella... you know, what parents always said would make you sick if you ate raw cookie dough as a kid.

While the cookie dough is ready to eat as is, Larner doesn't suggest cooking it. Though technically you can.

Larner sells locally through Union Kitchen, but these little jars are so available for sale at some retailers, for delivery and for pickup as well.

Prices range from $5 for a 4 oz. jar to $8 for an 8 oz. jar.

You can get this cookie dough deliveredthrough companies such as DoorDash, GrubHub, Caviar and Favor. Delivery is only available on Mondays, Thursdays, and Sundays from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Jars are also available to pick-up at Union Kitchen and at the 14W Apartments during select dates and times.

Larner also does catering.

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