Costco Is Now Selling This Special Cookie Dough

Cheyenne Buckingham
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Costco has been rolling out a lot of special treasures over the past few weeks. From edible brownie batter to keto-friendly bread, these newcomers for fall deserve a special shoutout (either for purely being yummy or for their diet-friendly perks). The newest product to hit the beloved warehouses shelves? Well, it will likely have plant-based eaters especially excited.

VegNews announced yesterday that Costco will be introducing bulk packs of Sweet Loren's vegan cookie dough in select stores across the Midwest and Los Angeles. The cookie dough is pre-portioned just like a package of Nestle Toll House cookies, however, unlike Toll House, you can eat Sweet Loren's cookie dough raw without any fear of foodborne illness. Why? Since it's vegan, it doesn't include egg—aka there's absolutely no risk of Salmonella. (Related: 8 Major Food Recalls You Need to Know About Right Now).

"We believe everyone—regardless of dietary restriction or lifestyle choices—deserves delicious, clean indulgence," Sweet Loren's Founder and CEO Loren Brill said. "We are thrilled about our Costco debut and are excited that more people can now enjoy Sweet Loren's and stock up to bring joy to their homes this holiday season."

sweet lorens cookie dough
sweet lorens cookie dough

Currently, Costco is selling three-pound, four-packs of the Chocolate Chunk flavor in stores. If you want to sample any of Sweet Loren's other vegan cookie dough flavors (which include Fudgy Brownie, Oatmeal Cranberry, and Sugar cookie), you can go online and see which stores nearest you have them. Each flavor has between 110 and 120 calories, and 9 or 10 grams of added sugars per cookie. (Related: 15 Classic American Desserts That Deserve a Comeback.)

In addition to making its way into Costco stores, Sweet Loren's also just launched a single-serving, 3.6-ounce size of its cookie dough last month. The single servings come in Chocolate Chunk and Birthday Cake flavors and are sold exclusively at Publix.

For more warehouse finds you need to know about, check out the 7 Weirdest Things You Can Buy at Costco.