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New Gluten-Free Cookie Dough by Immaculate Baking Company

Immaculate Baking Co. began in 1995, when the company’s founder and Chief Creative Officer, Scott Blackwell, combined his life-long love of baking with his new-found passion for folk art.  According to the Immaculate website:

“Scott was drawn to the spirit of folk art and it’s artists, to their innate creativity, their resilience and resourcefulness.  He decided to celebrate those artists by featuring their work on his cookie and coffee packages.”

Immaculate Baking Co. already has a full line of (gluten-containing) natural and organic cookie dough, brownie dough, buttermilk biscuits, and scones and now they are entering the gluten-free market!

I recently received a complimentary package of the new gluten-free Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough by the Immaculate Baking Co. to sample and review.  While it is exciting to see more companies offering gluten-free products, I must admit, it would be nice to see some new products that are more “unique” than (yet another) GF cookie (or brownie for that matter).  The mere fact that the Immaculate Baking Co. has entered the gluten-free market though, I am now really hopeful for a future gluten-free…  crescent roll!

Oh, what I wouldn’t give to be able to whack open a tube on my kitchen counter-top again! 😉

The Certified Gluten-Free Chocolate Chunk Cookies are also dairy-free, but they do contain eggs and soy.

The cookies come ready-to-bake, in a plastic tray of 12 cookie dough balls.  When you are in the mood for a cookie or two, just place the dough on a cookie sheet and bake at 325° F. for 18 – 20 minutes.  I would recommend that you bake just one cookie the first time around.  I baked mine for 18 minutes in my convection oven and they were still a bit undercooked after cooling; 20 minutes ended up being the right amount of time for my oven.  All ovens are different, and you don’t want to test out the proper baking time for your oven with a full batch.

What I really enjoy about this product is that they are VERY easy and VERY quick to make.

Sam and Luke really enjoyed the cookies, as did my husband, who is my stand-in for taste testing right now (it’s been 3 weeks since I lost my ability to taste, and I am now beyond annoyed!).  Mike said the cookie itself has great flavor, although he thinks adding a few more chocolate chunks would make them even better.  Mike also said he can detect a subtle ginger flavor, which was unexpected, but nice. The cookies are a good size and bake up soft and chewy.  The cookies also make for a very simple and tasty summer treat, ice cream sandwiches:

While I still prefer to make my own cookies from scratch, it will be nice to have a package of these on hand for future “Friday Fun Snacks” at the boys’ school, especially when just one cookie is needed for the cooking project.  I hope that a gluten-free sugar cookie is around the corner for the Immaculate Baking Co., but what I REALLY want is a gluten-free crescent roll (refrigerated biscuits would be nice too, but beggars can’t be choosers, right?).  😉  I cannot tell you how many of Sam’s “cooking” classes required crescent rolls, refrigerated biscuits, sugar cookies, etc., pretty much any product that (currently) there isn’t a gluten-free version of on the market! 😉

The gluten-free Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough is a new product and not yet widely available in stores, however, you can buy them online for $4.99 (less shipping); but one lucky reader will get a chance to try the new cookies for FREE! 😀

**This giveaway is now closed**

To enter this giveaway for one free package of gluten-free Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough, courtesy of Immaculate Baking Co., simply leave a comment below about:

What other flavor of ready-to-bake gluten free cookies would you most like to try?

For Bonus entry opportunities:

  • “Like” Immaculate Baking Co. on Facebook.
  • Share the link to this giveaway on your Facebook Page.
  • Tweet about this giveaway on Twitter and include a link back to this post.
  • Mention this giveaway in a blog post and link back to this post.

Be sure you leave additional comments letting me know which tasks you completed (one comment for each separate task).

Using a random number generator, I will pick the winner on Thursday, July 1, 2010.

Good Luck! 😀

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  1. I'd love some white chocolate macadamia nut cookies!

  2. Emily N. says

    oatmeal raisin

  3. Jennifer says

    Chocolate chip and PB chip.

  4. I completely agree with you. I really long for different GF products. Biscuits, yes. Crescent rolls! How about a really nice cracker? I console myself by remembering that I'd rather buy fewer packaged goods anyway.

    For cookies, how about a nice gingersnap?

  5. Looks yummy! Would love to try the cookie dough.

  6. I could not agree more! It would be wonderful to have crescent rolls! Biscuits I am happy to make from scratch, crescent rolls… a bit intimidating 🙂

  7. I would love crescent rolls and White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies!!

  8. I would love to see a oatmeal chocolate chip gluten-free cookie. Or maybe a peanut butter chocolate chip cookie.

  9. Cindy Winther says

    I would love to try a snickerdoodle type of cookie – or peanut butter sounds good as well.

  10. Debra Gowlland says

    White chocolate and macadamia nut cookies would be yummy!

  11. I would love to try the chocolate chip!

  12. I liked on FB!

  13. I blogged about this contest!

  14. I posted on my FB page.

  15. Kim Buckton says

    I would love to try ready to bake oatmeal chocolate chip GF cookies.

  16. Elizabeth says


  17. I would love a Sugar Cookie as well. The closest thing I have found is Snicker Doodle Cookies at a local gf bakery here in UT. They are now online.. . You can now buy their cookies from this website. Definitely worth it!!!

  18. I friended Immaculate Baking company

  19. Posted on my fb about the contest. 🙂

  20. I also tweated about the contest.

  21. Jodi Plume says

    I can't wait to share this with my GF friends. While my family is not a GF family, I do like to have GF snacks on hand when we have our friends over. I agree that having GF crescent rolls would be awesome though! 🙂

  22. Jodi Plume says

    I'm already a fan of Immaculate Baking on FB.

  23. Jodi Plume says

    Shared on my Facebook page

  24. One of my three children is GF and she is six. I think these would be great to keep on hand. So easy to make one or two for her when siblings and neighborhood friends are snacking.

  25. Karen Bailey says

    Snickerdoodle please! My type 1 diabetic/celiac son is in college & these cookies wouldbe PERFECT for him. He can bake up one or two at a time for an occasional sweet treat. LOVE the idea. Can't wait to try them

  26. Karen Bailey says

    "Liked" Immaculate Baking on Facebook

  27. Karen Bailey says

    Shared the giveaway link of Facebook.

  28. toni gurden says

    I used to make the best chocolate cookies with peanut butter chips–when I still ate gluten. I would LOVE to see them in a gluten-free variety!

  29. I would love a oatmeal raisin cookie! Give me that and a good english muffin!

  30. Posted on faceboook!

  31. Liked on Facebook

  32. Veggievance says

    I Would LOVE LOVE LOVE GF Peanut Butter cookie dough! mmmmm All things PB rock my socks off!

  33. Veggievance says

    I tweeted about this sweet giveaway (@musicjunkay)

  34. Veggievance says

    I “Liked” Immaculate Baking Co. on Facebook =)

  35. Veggievance says

    I shared the link to this giveaway on my Facebook Page.

  36. I would love oatmeal raisin cookies! Yum!

  37. Peanut butter! YUM!

  38. Chocolate chunk coconut! Or a sugar cookie that I can doctor up myself. Yum!

  39. Peanut Butter

  40. Became a fan on facebook

  41. Linked to the giveaway on twitter!

  42. Linked to the giveaway on Facebook!

  43. 'Liked' Immaculate baking on facebook!

  44. I'm so enjoying your blog- I just found you, so I'm doing some catch up reading. Thanks for all the great heads ups!

  45. These are all yummy. Would love to see a coconut, pina-colada combination type cookie or a raspberry, white chocolate, Yum Yum!!

  46. Samantha says

    Snicker doodles would be great too!

  47. I'd love a peanut butter or an oatmeal chocolate chunk

  48. I "liked" them on facebook

  49. Just found your site and I love it! I would love chocolate chocolate chip cookies. Crescent rolls would be a dream come true.

  50. I "liked" them on facebook

  51. Christina says

    I liked the Immaculate company on facebook!

  52. Christina says

    I linked this on facebook!

  53. Christina says

    I miss a good sugar cookie. I would love an easy to make gluten free sugar cookie.

  54. Snickerdoodle! Peanut butter (with chunky PB in them) would be a close second.

  55. Jennifer Harris says

    I would love to have some gingersnap cookies.

  56. Jennifer Harris says

    I Tweeted about the contest

  57. Jennifer Harris says

    I shared it on Facebook

  58. My son should love this.

  59. I am always looking for a gluten free product that has a great taste. I would love to have a chocolate chip cookie that is good.

  60. I tried this. It taste weird. lol


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