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Pittsburgh's Sinful Sweets gives us raw cookie dough with no guilt

| Monday, March 12, 2018, 2:09 p.m.
Sugar Cookie Dough from Sinful Sweets
Sugar Cookie Dough from Sinful Sweets

The raw cookie dough fad that started in New York City last year has made its way to Pittsburgh.

Sinful Sweets at 539 Liberty Ave. and 901 Penn Ave., both downtown, is offering two cookie dough varieties — Sugar Cookie (topped with colored sprinkles) and Peanut Butter — in $8 jars. The dough doesn't contain raw eggs, making it safe to consume, according to .

The shop also offers: cookies and cream, chocolate chip cookie dough, Butterfinger and M&M cookie dough in candy shells ($2 each); Cookie Dough Stuffed Oreos ($8 for four); and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Truffles ($14.99 for eight).

You can go to the stores or order online at .

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