If you’re someone who loves to break on tender cookie mix before it ever creates a approach into a oven, a attainment of Unbaked Edible Cookie Dough will be means for celebration. Perry Peterson and his daughter McKenzie Jun founded Unbaked, that done a entrance in Scottsdale, Arizona this past June. The emporium capitalizes on a flourishing trend in a dessert market, specializing in ready-to-eat housemade cookie mix in flavors trimming from Brownie Batter and Cookies and Cream to gluten-free Oatmeal Cinnamon and vegan Chocolate Chip. Made with heat-treated flour and but eggs, a mix is protected to eat tender and can be surfaced with all from candy to cereal.
For those that do like their mix cooked, Unbaked also sells normal chocolate chip, sugar, and peanut butter cookies, that can be incited into ice cream sandwiches regulating housemade ice cream in flavors including Caramel Apple Pie, Happy Birthday Cake, and Chocolate Peanut Butter Explosion.
Like many Arizona residents, a Peterson family has prolonged spent summers in San Diego, creation a city an apparent choice for Unbaked’s expansion. Perry Peterson tells Eater that a emporium will be streamer this approach after a launch of a integrate some-more locations in a Phoenix area. He says a devise is to start looking for spaces in early 2019 with a goal of opening a initial emporium in San Diego by Summer 2019; intensity neighborhoods could embody Pacific Beach, Carlsbad, and a Gaslamp.