Chocolate-covered cookie dough
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Chocolate-covered cookie dough are a popular candy in the United States. They are cookie dough drops coated in a shell of milk, dark or white chocolate. They are often sold at movie theaters, however, Supermarket chains also sell them in bags.
The historical origins of the chocolate covered dough are unknown. However a likely inspiration of this type of food existed in Mesoamerican cultures, given the known consumption of cacao-based foods within these ancient societies, e.g., a chocolate coated nut, or berry were consumed.
Production process[edit | edit source]
The cookie dough bites are coated with chocolate to cover them. A coating is then usually sprayed onto the surface to give them their characteristic shiny coating.
Varieties[edit | edit source]
They are also known as Cookie Dough Bites, and one of the most popular brands of the product, currently made by Taste Of Nature. Cookie Dough Bites were introduced in the United States in the 1990s. A large number of other varieties also exist, including:
- Cookies ‘N Cream Bites®,
- Cinnamon Bun Bites®
- Red Velvet Cupcake Bites®
- BIRTHDAY CAKE Cookie Dough Bites®
Similar food, also commonly sold at movie theaters, are chocolate-covered peanut and chocolate-covered raisins. As described above, the two products are often combined for consumption in a mixture. Less common alternatives are the chocolate-covered almond, or the chocolate-covered macadamia.
See also[edit | edit source]
Others articles of the Topic Food : Smokeshow, Wilde Brands, Puro Food, Joanne's Food Truck, Kraków gingerbread, Fruit pudding, List of female chefs with Michelin stars
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