Nashville-based NoBaked Cookie Dough Shop is Opening a Cincinnati Location this Summer

The edible cookie dough shop will be moving into Mason's Deerfield Towne Center

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NoBaked Cookie Dough

A Nashville-based dessert chain specializing in gourmet cookie dough is expanding into Cincinnati this summer.

NoBaked Cookie Dough announced it will be opening its seventh location this August in Mason’s Deerfield Towne Center.

Flavors including peanut butter, red velvet, brownie batter chip, cookies n’ cream and more can be found on the company’s menu, not to mention a variety of toppings like Nutella, M&M’s and marshmallows. For those really looking to go all-out in feeding their sugar addiction, the dough can be ordered in a waffle cone, topped with ice cream or as part of a sundae or milkshake.

The edible cookie dough is egg-free, made instead with heat-treated flour that eliminates the threat of foodborne illness.

Existing stores are located in Tennessee, Missouri and Kentucky. This will be NoBaked’s first location to open in Ohio, but shops can already be found as close as Louisville and Lexington. According to Local 12, the company plans to open more locations in and around Cincinnati in the future, including one downtown and in Northern Kentucky.

For more info, visit nobakedcookiedough.com.


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