These new ice cream bites wrapped in cookie dough are as delicious as they sound
There's a new version of mochi made with cookie dough and it is seriously amazing!
If you're not familiar, mochi is a popular Japanese dessert, like an ice cream dumpling. It's traditionally made with sweetened rice flour dough wrapped around bite size scoops of ice cream. But now, Bubbies, a popular ice cream brand originating from Hawaii, is swapping the rice flour dough for cookie dough.
Bubbies Cookie Dough Ice Cream Bites come in four different flavors: sugar cookie dough with strawberry ice cream, chocolate chip cookie dough with vanilla chocolate chip ice cream, birthday cake cookie dough with vanilla ice cream and brownie batter cookie dough with peanut butter ice cream. Each treat is egg-free, gluten-free, non-GMO and 130 calories or less, not to mention, mess free.
After a quick taste test, we can confirm that they are downright delicious and you will have to hold back from eating an entire pack. (But if you want to eat a whole pack and aren't worried about saving some for later, there's also nothing wrong with that. There are only six in a pack.)
Bubbies Cookie Dough Ice Cream Bites will be available this summer in Lucky’s, Lowe’s and select Safeway retailers and will be sold for $5.99-$6.99 per pack.