Ice Cream and Cookie Dough – A Match Made in Worthington

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What’s better than cookies and ice cream? Cookie DOUGH and ice cream, of course! On February 19, Cookie Dough Creamery opened its door in The Shops at Worthington Place, delighting dessert fans near and far with their delicious soft-serve ice cream and homemade, safe-to-eat, cookie dough. From a make-your-own sundae bar to ice cream cakes, bonbons and packaged cookie dough, a trip to Cookie Dough Creamery is sure to be a sweet spot in your day.

Owned and operated by Rob and Kelly Hammersmith of Marysville, Ohio, Cookie Dough Creamery is not your typical frozen yogurt shop. Unlike traditional, pay-by-weight, soft-serve shops, Cookie Dough Creamery sells its sundaes in a variety of flat-rate containers. That means you can fill your container with cookie dough and ice cream—and cram in as many decadent toppings as your heart desires.

Photo curtesy of Cookie Dough Creamery.

Photo courtesy of Cookie Dough Creamery.

REAL Ice Cream

Remember the ice cream of your youth? This is it, folks. You won’t find any ice milk, low-fat or reduced-fat ice cream at Cookie Dough Creamery. The company is proud of its extra-creamy confection and promises that customers will taste and feel the difference. From popular flavors like vanilla, chocolate, salted caramel and cake batter to limited-time options like butter pecan, mint and New Orleans praline, you’ll want to try them all.

Photo curtesy of Cookie Dough Creamery

Photo courtesy of Cookie Dough Creamery.

Interested in a dairy-free option? The store proudly carries Dole Soft Serve (Dole Whip) in six fruity flavors that are rotated throughout the year. In addition to being dairy-free and fat-free, Dole Whip is free of the top eight major allergens, making it the perfect choice for folks with dietary restrictions.

Cookie Dough You CAN Eat

At one point or another, we’ve all been caught sneaking a taste of raw cookie dough, which could put you at risk for foodborne illness. But thanks to Cookie Dough Creamery’s top-secret, safe-to-eat recipe, that’s no longer a problem. Unlike conventional cookie dough, Cookie Dough Creamery’s recipe uses heat-treated flour, and it does not contain raw eggs. Their four, signature, cookie dough flavors—chocolate chip, peanut butter, sugar cookie and Oreo—are made fresh daily, and you can enjoy them as a topping on ice cream, in a cup alone or in a take-home pint.

Photo curtesy of Cookie Dough Creamery.

Photo courtesy of Cookie Dough Creamery.

Located at 7227 North High Street next to Pies and Pints and the east mall entrance at The Shops at Worthington Place, Cookie Dough Creamery offers a convenient location with plenty of parking. Whether you’re a local regular, a cyclist passing through on the Olentangy Trail or a mom looking for a fun escape from the summer heat at the mall’s indoor play area, a trip to Cookie Dough Creamery is in order. And don’t forget, cups and cones are 10% off on Mondays and Tuesdays. Stop in today, visit cookie-dough-creamery.com or like them on Facebook.

Convention & Visitors Bureau of Worthington

Worthington, Ohio, offers a variety of activities, attractions, specialty shops and dining options for visitors of all ages and interests. The Convention & Visitors Bureau of Worthington is your resource for all the latest information, including the event calendar at VisitWorthingtonOhio.com. You can also follow us on Facebook at Visit Worthington Ohio.

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