Chocolate Krisp

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Edible cookie dough is a great way to enjoy the taste of cookies without any of the guilt. It's also a great way to get your daily chocolate fix. This Kitty Kat recipe takes that classic chocolate covered wafer flavor and amps it up with only 6 guilt-free ingredients. This delicious, healthy treat is something you can feel good about eating!

There's Just 6 Ingredients:

• Almond Milk
• Butter
• Whey Protein
• Flour
• Dark Chocolate Bitters 90%
• Chocolate Wafer Pieces

Suggested Use:
For best flavor, eat at room temperature. Refrigerate after opening! Store in refrigerator for up to 1 month or freeze up to 3 months.
• How do you make Buff Doe healthy & safe to eat?

We only use a few healthy ingredients in each jar, & no raw eggs are ever used, so there's no risk of getting sick like you would with traditional cookie dough! So go ahead, dig into this delicious treat - spoon first or cookie it (heat in the oven or microwave) if you'd prefer baked cookies instead!

• What exactly is in your cookie dough?

It's important to us to use fresh ingredients in the kitchen when making Buff Doe. We make our base cookie dough with 7 natural, preservative-free ingredients: flour, butter, Truvia (a brand of erythritol), brown sugar made from Truvia (also a brand of erythritol), whey protein powder for extra creaminess and thickness, salt, baking soda, & vanilla extract. For more info on ingredients, please read each description of the product you wish to try.

 Is your edible cookie dough safe for kids?

Absolutely! In fact our baker Liana serves it to her son Theo all the time. 

 Is it gluten free & vegan?

Unfortunately most of our products are not gluten free, and we do use whey protein so it's not 100% vegan. We also process it in a facility that uses dairy & gluten.

 I have a peanut allergy, can I still eat Buff Doe?

Unfortunately Buff Doe is processed in a facility that uses peanuts & walnuts, so we would advise against it. 

 Can I feed Buff Doe to my pet?

No! Don't feed your pets Buff Doe! They'll get sick and we would hate for that to happen.