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6 Things to Make with Store-Bought Cookie Dough

Cookie Dough Truffles

Sometimes there isn’t a ton time to make fresh cookie dough so you have to go for the store bought tube. Sometimes this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, having someone else make the dough. There are actually a lot of clever things you can do with it besides just baking up regular cookies. Have you ever thought about stuffing it into cupcakes or making cookie dough truffles? It is all possible! Here are some of our favorite things to make with store-bought cookie dough. What are yours?

  • Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Stuffed Cupcakes 1 of 6
    Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Stuffed Cupcakes
    Stuff cupcakes with your favorite cookie dough and everyone will go wild.
    Make chocolate chip cookie dough stuffed cupcakes
  • Cookie Dough Truffles 2 of 6
    Cookie Dough Truffles
    Store-bought cookie dough is perfect for making into tasty truffles for a decadent party treat.
    Make cookie dough truffles
  • Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cups 3 of 6
    Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cups
    Bake your favorite store-bought chocolate chip cookie dough in mini-muffin cups to make these sweet ice cream bowls!
    Make chocolate chip cookie dough cups
  • Peppermint Pie with Sugar Cookie Crust 4 of 6
    Peppermint Pie with Sugar Cookie Crust
    Use sugar cookie dough as a pie crust and fill it with your favorite ice cream!
    Make peppermint pie with sugar cookie crust
  • Peanut Butter Reese’s Pieces Cookie Cake 5 of 6
    Peanut Butter Reese's Pieces Cookie Cake
    Press peanut butter cookie dough into a skillet, stud it with your favorite candy and make a fun, festive cake in minutes!
    Make peanut butter cookie cake
  • Cookie Dough Brownies 6 of 6
    Cookie Dough Brownies
    Simply press store-bought cookie dough into a pan and layer in the cookies and brownie batter for this decadent treat!
    Make cookie dough brownies

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