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READY TO BAKE COOKIE DOUGH

Evie + Charlie

HOMEMADE GOODNESS WITH WHOLESOME INGREDIENTS. NO MESS, JUST DELICIOUS COOKIES
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ABOUT US

Meet Evie and Charlie. My twin girls were the inspiration for these cookie doughs. As a mom, I want to give them delicious homemade goodies but I didn't always have the time. These cookie doughs were great whenever there was a cookie craving in the house. - Susan, twin mom, ex-corporate slave, pastry chef
“These doughs are delicious and convenient!"
“The OG is next level! Seriously delicious”
"So easy, they even come with their own parchment paper to bake on."
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Craving cookies?
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Cookies make the perfect gift

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Gift giving and holiday baking made easy!

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FAQ

How long do your ready to bake cookie doughs last for?
Our ready to bake cookie doughs can be kept in the fridge for up to 5 days. They can be frozen for up to 3 months. Pro tip: slice and freeze them individually. Bake 1 or 2 in the toaster oven for when the craving hits!
How many cookies does each roll yield?
Each cookie dough roll provides approximately 10-12 generous sized cookies.
Do your cookie doughs contain nuts and/or other allergens?
All our cookie doughs have been processed in a food safe certified facility that processes nuts, dairy, and wheat. All our doughs may contain traces of nuts, dairy and wheat due to our production facility.
Do I have to bake the whole roll?
Not all all! You can slice and bake only what you want and store the rest! Bake off different flavours depending on your mood.
Do you offer delivery?
Due to the small size of our operation, we don’t offer regular delivery dates at this time. Pick up is available in Marpole near the Marpole Community Centre. We are working on offering delivery and convenient pick up locations in the near future. Don't hesitate to reach out directly if you have any cookie needs! We will open up ad hoc delivery dates closer to the holidays.
The dough is a bit hard to cut. Any tips?
There are a ton of inclusions in our dough so may be hard to cut through. Make sure you use a sharp knife or a long serrated knife like a bread knife and slice through the dough in a sawing motion. You can always shape into balls or any other shape you like!