You can now buy 8-packs of edible cookie dough in cute snack-size containers

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
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It’s something we all want to do, but know we shouldn’t. While it may seem harmless and hard to resist, the potential consequences are not worth the risk. Even the Centers for Disease Control tell us to resist the urge, but still, many of us have to admit we’ve given in at least once.

I’m talking, of course, about eating raw cookie dough. If you’ve sampled it and not gotten sick, consider yourself lucky. The CDC says not only can the raw eggs carry Salmonella, but the flour in the dough needs to be baked in order to kill germs that may lead to E. Coli. Sorry to rain on your cookie dough-eating parade, but both Salmonella and E. Coli are very dangerous.

Luckily, cookie dough lovers everywhere have found a solution — eggless cookie dough! Sam’s Club is now selling eight-packs of ready-to-eat cookie dough from The Cookie Dough Cafe so you can dig right in.

The cookie dough comes in individually-wrapped snack packs and should be eaten without being baked. The package contains eight 3.5 ounce cups and costs $8.98 — or just $1.12 a serving.

Sam's Club

If you’re looking for more flavors of edible cookie dough, The Cookie Dough Cafe sells two dozen flavors online, including the amazing-sounding Oreo cookie dough and even a vegan option.

Will you be heading to Sam’s Club to try their new edible cookie dough?

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