I’ll keep this short. I have never made cookies — packaged or from scratch — and not eaten at least a spoonful or two of the raw dough.
That’s the best part, for cripe’s sake.
And now Nestle has gone and put a “Do not consume raw cookie dough” warning on their package because there’s a risk of salmonella from the uncooked eggs. (Apparently this is true if you make the dough from scratch, too.)
Thanks for ruining a great American tradition, Nestle. With that queasy image in mind, I won’t be able to get the spoon to my lips.
Might not make cookies again, either.