Cookie Dough & Co. helps breathe new life in Cross Street Market

There’s new life at Cross Street Market, you guys, and I’m FIRED UP to tell you all about it! I am SO excited about this for several reasons, but one of the main ones is that our indoor market here in South Baltimore is now open 7 days a week, and there are now 4 new stalls, ready to serve up some exciting fare. While Caves Valley Partners (CVP) works through the long-awaited and extremely controversial redevelopment of the market, the 4 pop-ups will be in temporary stalls before moving into their shiny new permanent locations, sometime in the next year (supposedly). I’m just glad they’re here during the renovation. Let’s get down to it. 

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Cookie Dough & Co. was the first of the pop-ups we chose to visit, mostly because IT’S COOKIE DOUGH! THAT YOU CAN EAT! I mean… Anyway, the Cross Street Market location is the second location for this safe-to-eat raw cookie dough concept, and from what I understand is they’ll have about 5 to 9 flavors of edible cookie dough on a given day.


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You can order them in a cup – a super cute Chinese take-out container – or a cone, and there’s a variety of toppings to choose from, like candies and cereals, and of course, sprinkles.

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Then your order is finished off with a shot glass rimmed with marshmallow fluff and sprinkles, and filled with cold milk straight from a tap. 

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I couldn’t get over how cute everything was, and then from there, I couldn’t get over how absolutely tasty everything was.

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My oldest son ordered classic chocolate chip cookie dough, simply topped with sprinkles. He was kind enough to let me have a couple of bites, and yum, YUM.

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It was absolutely delicious. I couldn’t help but feel so sinful eating raw cookie dough, like I used to back in college, but this time, it was risk-free. 

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The portion they gave us in the container was generous, and Major was able to enjoy his cookie dough throughout the afternoon. He’s never been good at saving things for the next day, but he did make it last quite a while. 

It was safe to say that Major LOVED the treat, and I am excited to have them here. Cookie Dough & Co. will be open Monday through Saturday from 11am to 7pm. I can’t wait to try some more flavors!

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Katie Ogletree is the creator, writer and photographer of Slow Down and Savor, a food and lifestyle blog based out of Baltimore, MD. She is a graduate of Texas State University with a degree in Mass Communication, a wife of an amazing guy, and mother of two wonderful boys, a beautiful girl, and three gorgeous kitties. She loves exploring Baltimore City and is excited to see what it’s all about through its food, and those that make it. She is a self-professed foodie of all classifications, from fine dining and conceptual fare to the simplest and sometimes messiest bar food around, and absolutely loves sharing it with anyone she can. Thanks for visiting Slow Down and Savor!
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2 thoughts on “Cookie Dough & Co. helps breathe new life in Cross Street Market

  1. […] I mentioned in my previous post Federal Hill’s humble and historic indoor market – Cross Street Market – is […]

  2. […] the first place I visited was Cookie Dough and Co., where you can get cookie dough that you can just eat. Yes, RAW COOKIE DOUGH… FOR SALE TO EAT… […]

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