When I did this month’s coupon roundup, I noticed a coupon for a company I’d never heard of before, Immaculate Baking Company. I went ahead and printed the coupon just in case I saw them in the store and wanted to try them out. On my next trip to Wegmans, I noticed they carried several of their products in the same section as the refrigerated Pillsbury and Nestle cookie dough, rolls, biscuits, and piecrusts.

I bought a package of Immaculate Baking Company’s Chocolate Chunk Organic Cookie Dough and their Non-GMO Verified Ready to Bake Flaky Biscuits. The other night, I baked the cookies, and they were well received by the men in my family. My 10-year-old simply said they’re “really, really good” while stuffing his face with milk-dunked chocolate chunk cookies.

My 13-year-old was a little more specific. “We’re getting these chocolate chip cookies from now on; they’re better than yours,” he informed me. My husband really liked the cookies, too, and said I should buy them more often.

Take a look at the ingredients in the Immaculate Baking Company version of chocolate chip cookies, and then take a look at the ingredients in the Nestle Tollhouse version.

Immaculate Baking Company

Organic unbleached wheat flour, organic light brown sugar, chocolate chips (sugar, chocolate liquor, cocoa butter, soy lecithin [an emulsifier], vanilla extract, ground cocoa beans), organic palm fruit oil, organic evaporated cane juice, whole eggs, chocolate chunks (sugar, chocolate liquor, cocoa butter, chocolate liquor processed with alkali, soy lecithin [an emulsifier], salt), water, sea salt, organic invert cane sugar, vanilla, baking soda, baking powder.

Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

Wheat flour enriched, (flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), sugar, Nestle Toll House Morsels, (semi-sweet chocolate), (sugar, chocolate, cocoa butter, milkfat, natural flavors), margarine, (palm oil, sunflower oil, hydrogenated cottonseed oil, soy lecithin, natural & artificial flavors, vitamin A Palmitate added, beta carotene (color), whey), water, corn syrup solids, eggs, molasses, baking soda, salt, sodium aluminum phosphate, vanilla extract, vanillin

I am much more comfortable feeding my family something made with the ingredients in the Immaculate Baking Company’s dough than in the Nestle dough. Although the Immaculate cookies aren’t Non-GMO verified, many of the company’s products are. They’re working to get all of their products verified.

I also noticed the words “cookies with a cause” on the packaging. Immaculate offers “in-kind donations of cookie dough (and sometimes, pre-baked cookies!) to special events.” Non-profits can apply for donations through the website.

I love to bake cookies from scratch, but I don’t always have the time to do so. Baking an entire batch of chocolate chip cookies can take a couple of hours. The Immaculate dough has just 24 cookies that cook up in about 20 minutes. If your oven fits two cookies sheets at a time, you can cut that time in half. I also like that it only makes 24 cookies – just perfect for my family of four.

I will be buying this dough from time to time, and I’m looking forward to baking up the package of biscuits that I have in my refrigerator next time I make a dish my kids call “pot on fluffy buns.” It’s basically the inside of a chicken potpie, but instead of putting it in a pie, we pour it over biscuits.

Immaculate Baking Company also has refrigerated dough for crescent rolls, scones, cinnamon buns, piecrusts and more.

Mambo Sprouts has a coupon right now for $1 off two Immaculate products.

Have you tried Immaculate Baking Company’s products yet? Which ones have you tried and what did you think? 

Robin Shreeves ( @rshreeves ) focuses on food from a family perspective from her home base in New Jersey.

A better refrigerated cookie dough
Immaculate Baking Company chocolate chunk cookie dough has better ingredients than Nestle.