Where to Find Edible Cookie Dough in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

The taste of cookie dough without the risk?

As the weather warms up, families across southeast Michigan and Ann Arbor have a new summer dessert to try: edible cookie dough.

While kids (and adults, too) may have given into the temptation to lick the spoon when mixing up a batch of cookies, eating raw eggs or raw flour can have some serious consequences.

Enter edible cookie dough — typically made with heat-treated flour and zero or pasteurized eggs. The edible stuff is formulated to taste just like the forbidden treat, so there’s no lack of indulgence here.

Stop by one of the following shops for edible cookie dough that provide the beloved taste of cookie dough without the risk of the unpleasant side effects.

Busch’s Food Market

Address: 2240 S. Main St., Ann Arbor

This Ann Arbor based independent grocery chain sells a few varieties of cookie dough. Pick up Big Dipper brand edible cookie dough in the flavors chocolate chip cookie or cookies and cream for $7.69. Or, try a pint of chocolate chip from The Cookie Dough Cafe brand for $7.69.

Cheat Treats

Address: 5838 Schaefer Road, Dearborn

This keto-friendly cookie company also serves up decadent pints of edible cookie dough in the flavors strawberry shortcake, funfetti, s’mores and chocolate chip. Each pint is $11.99.

Dino’s Cookie Dough Bar

Address: 111 E University Drive, Rochester

Set up like an ice cream shop, order a scoop or two of edible cookie dough that’s scooped up like hand dipped ice cream. Flavors include coconut cream cheese, funfetti and Heath Bar, plus a range of typical ice cream toppings. One scoop of premium cookie dough will run you $5.

D’Vine Cookies and Edible Doughs

Address: 1515 Jarvis St., Ferndale

This innovative cookie and edible dough spot offers up flavors like chocolate chip, S’mores and cookies and cream for $4 a cup. If you’re in the mood for a baked cookie, try one of the filled varieties.

Lori’s Lick ‘Em Up Ice Cream

Address: 35610 Jefferson Ave., Harrison Township

This classic ice cream spot serves up edible cookie dough, too. Try one of three varieties (chocolate chip, cherry chunk and cookies and cream) for $3.50 a scoop.

M Street Baking Company

Address: 117 N Michigan Ave., Howell

Stop by this bakery for in-house made edible cookie dough in different varieties. The bakers always have chocolate chip and buckeye (peanut butter and chocolate) flavors on the shelves, but sometimes there’s sugar cookie sprinkle dough available, too. All flavors at $7.

Plum Hollow Super Market

Address: 21999 W. Nine Mile Road, Southfield

This small grocery sells fresh fruit, vegetables and meats at reasonable prices. Plus, the new Nestle Tollhouse edible chocolate chip cookie dough is in stock at $6.99 a pint.

Total Cluster Fudge

Address: 124 W Main St., Brighton

Edible cookie dough flavors abound at this treat shop known for its hot cocoa bombs, fudge and bars. Try the gluten free “oatrageous” flavor, lemon, Oreo, banana-walnut and more for $15 for two pounds.


Address: 5349 Fenton Road, Flint

Flint’s only full service dessert bakery, cookie dough cafe and ice cream shop typically keeps about 10 flavors of cookie dough in store. Highlights include mocha, brownie batter and confetti sugar priced at $10 a pint. The shop also sells cookie dough bites — shaped edible cookie dough dipped in chocolate.

Whey Better Cookie Co.

Address: 711 W. Grand River Road, Brighton

This protein-packed treat spot is perfect for those looking for healthier dessert options. The edible cookie dough comes in four flavors: chocolate chip, peanut butter chip, Funfetti and cookies and cream. Each half pint is $6.

DIY Edible Cookie Dough Recipe

Interested in making your own edible cookie dough? Try out this edible cookie dough recipe created by Olivia for her blog Liv for Cake.

Olivia’s eggless edible cookie dough recipe makes about 18 servings and is easy enough that little ones can help, too. Her recipe is also adaptable enough to mix-in whatever type of candy or sweets you have on hand.

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Amanda Rahn
Amanda Rahn
Amanda Rahn is a freelance journalist, copy editor and proud Detroiter. She is a graduate of Wayne State University’s journalism school and of the Columbia Publishing Course at Oxford University. Amanda is a lover of translated contemporary fiction, wines from Jura and her dog, Lottie.


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