Located on the ground floor of the Trafford Centre, shoppers will have another food option with the indulgent cookie desserts offered by MyCookieDough. The Trafford Centre sits 5 miles west of Manchester city centre and has excellent transport links, where shoppers with a sweet tooth can look forward to tasting these gooey centred treats. The baked cookie dough company has proven a hit in Manchester having introduced its first outlet at the Arndale Centre in 2018.
A signature aspect of MyCookieDough which helps set them apart is all their cookie dough is baked on site. This means the customer gets to sample them when they are warm and soft, just how a baked cookie dough should be. The company has proven to be a popular addition to the Arndale Centre and so opening a further store in Manchester was not a difficult decision for the brand. This new store is their tenth in the UK, with more to follow as the company aims to be present in all the major cities across the country.
Everyone loves a treat from time to time which may be the reason behind the rise in recent years of the popularity of baked cookie dough. The food menu at a MyCookieDough outlet will be a mouth-watering choice for those with a sweet tooth. Their baked cookie dough comes with a crispy outer layer and a soft, gooey inside. You can select from a wide range of cookie dough types and an equally wide range of indulgent toppings. Customers can also completely indulge themselves by ordering from the stacks menu, while washing their food down with one of the brand’s dough shakes.
MyCookieDough celebrates indulgence and to mark the opening of its new store at the Trafford Centre in Manchester they will be giving away 200 free cookie doughs on the opening day. The brand uses the best natural ingredients to make their cookie dough, with their products all egg-free and largely vegetarian. Customers will see menus frequently changed and new products introduced to keep the food choice fresh and innovative. As they have looked to grow MyCookieDough has worked with food delivery companies to allow customers to order cookie dough for home delivery in some areas.
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