Yep, it’s exactly what it sounds like. Worthington’s new Cookie Dough Creamery specializes not only in ice cream, but also in unbaked cookie dough that’s safe to eat.
From about $3.50 for a small cup to $5 for a large cup, patrons can create their own mix of ice cream, cookie dough, and toppings. The store’s website emphasizes that it’s not a “pay-by-weight” establishment–you can just cram as much ice cream and cookie dough into your cup for a flat price.
Plus, the cookie dough doesn’t use eggs and the flour is heat-treated, so it’s totally safe to eat–and to take home in a pint.
Situated right next to pizza joint Pies and Pints at 7227 N High St. in The Shops at Worthington Place, the plaza is quickly becoming a destination for hardcore comfort food.
Though the ice cream parlor opened in the middle of February, Cookie Dough Creamery sold almost $2,500 worth of cookie dough in the opening weekend. And with summer approaching, it’s likely that sales will only go up from here.
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