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No Baking Necessary

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Deals

Buy One, Get One Free Sonic Master Blasts This Thursday, March 27

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Who: Sonic

What: Buy one, get one free Master Blast. Includes Turtle Pecan, Banana Split, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Caramel Brownie, Pineapple Upside Down,  and Triple Chocolate.

When: March 27, 2014. All day.

Where: Any participating Sonic location.

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Hit-Or-Miss

Eating Raw Cookie Dough Won’t Make You Sick (Probably)

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Our lives have been a lie. From brownie batters to chocolate chip cookie dough we’ve been subjected to a wagging finger followed by a “don’t eat that you’ll get sick!” Well, it turns out that good ol’ Mom might have been keeping us away from this sweet stuff for no reason at all since it’s actually really hard to get salmonella from eggs.

We all know that the best part of making cookies is sneaking a taste of that sweet raw cookie dough and no one knows that better than Slate assistant editor L.V. Anderson. At the age of 27 she’s roughly consumed 360 raw eggs in her 15 years of baking and has never gotten sick. Anderson looked into the research behind salmonella and found that salmonella in eggs is rare to begin with.

Back in the 1980’s a salmonella outbreak in the US got hundreds of Americans sick and killed a few dozen. Because this was an egg-associated outbreak measures were put in place to ensure hens avoided infection. Just because a hen has salmonella doesn’t mean she’ll lay infected eggs though. Since new protocols were put in place it’s estimated that 0.012 percent of eggs would be contaminated with salmonella and even THAT doesn’t mean that you’ll get sick.

As long as you keep your eggs at or below 45 degrees your eggs will be safe. At these temperatures the salmonella bacteria can’t grow. It’s when you leave eggs out on the counter or at unsafe temperatures that you should start worrying. Even if you did ingest a little salmonella the chances that you’ll get sick are still relatively low, Anderson explains that salmonella doesn’t “do so well in a healthy human intestinal tract, where they have to compete with thousands of other bacteria for nutrients.”

Basically as long as your not eating tubs of raw cookie dough on the daily you’ll be fine. But in case you’re still worried you could always just cook the dough…

H/T + PicThx Slate, Photobucket

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Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy…

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Cravings

Do Want: Triple Stacked Fudge Oreo Chocolate Chip Brownie

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There are some situations where all you can do is sit back and enjoy the view. Ahem.

These Triple Stacked Fudge Oreo Chocolate Chip Brownies would make for one of them. We know how it’s done (layer chocolate chip dough, Oreos and milk chocolate fudge), we just don’t know why this isn’t sitting on our desks at this exact moment, the sumptuous chocolate fudge dripping idly over the warm Oreos and chocolate chips. In fact, we’re upset that this vertical beast has yet to astonish our palettes and indulge our tastesbuds. In fact, we’re upset that we’re talking too much and not eating enough. So shhh, just enjoy the view.

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Sweets

Chocolate Chip Cookie Soap

I know this looks delicious but looks can be deceiving! This is a bar of soap disguised as a chocolate chip cookie! It is straight up ninja, it smells and looks just like a chocolate chip cookie! I can’t wait for April fools day! (Thx PK)

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Cravings Sweets

Craving: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cheesecake

This crazy mixture of cheesecake and chocolate chip cookie dough looks amazing! You can have your cake and eat it too at one of your local Cheesecake Factory, check out some of their local restaurants at their website! (Thx TheCheesecakeFactory)

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Sweets

Rite Aid: Cotton-Candy & Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

On a hot day like today (85 degrees out right now), nothing hits the spot better than some ice cream! Wouldn’t you know it, Rite Aid has double scoops in a sugar cone for $1.79, so you know I had to get on that!