Cookie Dough Fundraiser

Cookie Dough Fundraiser

Our cookie dough fundraiser catalogs raise more dough

We have a huge selection of gourmet cookie dough fundraising brochures. Sell classic brands like Otis Spunkmeyer® and Nestlé® Toll House®. Offer convenient pre-portioned, or scoop-your-own tubs.

Sell cookie dough with authentic ingredients. Real eggs, sugar, butter and vanilla. No trans-fat or artificial oils. Kosher certified.

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How Does a Cookie Dough Fundraiser Work?

First, select one of our cookie dough fundraising programs. Each seller will receive a catalog, order form and prize flyer. We will also provide a personalized parent letter that provides step by step instructions, including a due date that tells people when your sale will end.

During your kickoff meeting with your sellers, you’ll want to encourage them to approach family, friends and work colleagues and ask them to purchase 1 or more items from your sales catalog. Cookie dough fundraisers normally lasts for 2 weeks.

Once you’ve collected all of your order forms and money, the next step is to send in your order forms for processing. We’ll send you a sales report and will work with you to schedule your delivery. You’ll receive an invoice and your group keeps the difference.

What Makes Our Cookie Dough Fundraising Programs Better?

  • Highest Quality Gourmet Cookie Dough – We offer the best tasting cookie dough in school fundraising. Choose top selling name brand cookie dough, like Otis Spunkmeyer®, Cinnabon®, Nestlé Toll House and Crazy About Cookies.
  • Largest Selection – Select from a wide range of cookie dough brochures with a huge variety of classic cookie dough flavors. You can even choose between pre-portioned and scoop & bake tubs.
  • Prepacked Student Orders – We separate ourselves from the rest because your order will be packed by seller. This will help make your delivery a breeze.
  • Exclusive Prize Programs – Motivate your students to sell by selecting one of our exciting incentive plans.
  • Low Order Minimums – Free shipping for 400+ item orders.
  • Make Even More Online – In addition to selling out of the brochure, your group can also raise money online.
  • Best Customer Service – We’ll offer timely support throughout your sale. You’ll receive “need -to-know” information at every step along the way with links to exclusive resource information. Our primary goal is to help make your fundraiser simple and profitable.
  • Start a Cookie Dough Fundraiser for Free – We’ll send you everything you need to get started with no upfront cost.

Questions About Cookie Dough Fundraisers

  1. Can you refreeze cookie dough? Yes. Our cookie dough can be thawed and refrozen for up to 1 year.
  2. How long can cookie dough stay at room temperature? Our cookie dough can be left unrefrigerated for about 2-4 hours, while our “frozen but friendly” (shelf-stable) dough has been tested and approved to be left at room temperature for up to 21 days.
  3. How long can you refrigerate cookie dough? As a general rule, about 1-2 weeks. Our shelf stable dough can be refrigerated for as long as 6 months.
  4. Does cookie dough need to be thawed before baking? No. Simply bake the pre-portioned cookie dough for about 2-3 minutes longer than the original recipe recommends.
  5. Is cookie dough safe to eat? We don’t recommend eating cookie dough raw. That’s why we offer edible cookie dough.
  6. What’s the difference between edible and regular cookie dough? Our edible dough is made without eggs and uses heat-treated flour to minimize the presence of microbial pathogens.
  7. Are there any allergies associated with cookie dough? Cookie dough contains wheat, eggs, soybeans, peanuts, tree nuts, and milk which are known allergens.
  8. Is cookie dough gluten free? For the most part, no. Most of our cookie dough contains wheat. However, our ‘Scoop & Bake Favorites’ brochure offers gluten free chocolate chip.
  9. Can you bake edible cookie dough? No, it doesn’t have leavening agents in it. It doesn’t rise or spread.

Cookie Dough Fundraising Ideas & Tips

  • Set your group apart. Consider selling our edible cookie dough.
  • If you’re looking for a lower-priced option, try our $12 dough.
  • Nestlé Toll House and Crazy About Cookies offer as a delicious shelf-stable cookie dough. This means that your delivered cookie dough can remain at room temperature longer, making order pickup more convenient for your parents.
  • It’s a good idea to let your students know why they're selling and how many items you expect them to sell.
  • Make sure to tell everyone that money needs to be collected up front with the order. Checks need to be made payable to your group.
  • Remember, successful fundraising requires teamwork. Encourage your students to get other family members involved, including asking mom and dad to take the brochure to work.

Cookie Dough Trends

It is estimated that cookies are present in 68% of households in the USA. Now imagine that number during the holiday season. According to a fairly recent report in the South Florida Reporter, Americans eat about 300 cookies annually, or 35,000 cookies in a lifetime.

In another study, 21% of people say they eat at least 10 cookies a week. It’s been reported that an estimated 31% of millennials say they prefer cookies over alcohol. Those statistics indicate that a cookie dough fundraiser is a dependable money maker for your school.

Cookies are one of the most versatile school fundraising programs because they can be successful both in and out of school. Unlike beef jerky, lollipops, or popcorn, which tend to be at drug stores and minute markets, assortments of cookie dough are not as easy to come by outside the grocery store.

They also can be incorporated into other grassroots school fundraisers, such as at snack tables, parties, or field days. Many colleges and universities use cookie dough fundraising to maintain and grow funds for clubs. If you plan to hold a school fundraiser at a university, aim to show up in the morning or late afternoon when students are feeling hungriest.

Cookie Dough Fundraiser Options

School fundraising is sweeter with cookie dough. While we won’t necessarily encourage the consumption of raw cookie dough, we love the classic smell of freshly baked cookies—and so does America. With multiple brochures available for your school fundraising needs, ranging from $12 to $20, the options are varied.

The Ultimate Cookie Collection offers a gluten-free chocolate chip option, which would no-doubt be a selling factor if you choose to go door-to-door for your school fundraiser. Each is kosher certified and comes pre-portioned so that every cookie comes out equal, meaning the kids won’t fight over who gets the bigger cookie. Now that’s worth the purchase.

For those who still want to sell cookie dough, but for less, consider our $12 Dough. This fundraising brochure features 6 classic flavors, comes in 2-pound tubs and is certified Kosher.

If you're looking for name brand recognition, check out our Otis Spunkmeyer® Cookie Dough brochure. All items are $18, and everyone can relate to the great taste and quality behind the name. Otis cookies contain no hydrogenated oils, no preservatives and are certified kosher. Nestlé® Toll House® is a well-known classic and is offered as a delivery-friendly shelf stable cookie dough.

If you’re looking for something fresh and unique, consider our Cinnabon® catalog. Already well-known for their cinnamon rolls, their cookie dough will hold its own against any other brand. These catalogs will add instant credibility to your school fundraiser.

Edible cookie dough is all the rage and it's one of the fastest growing product types in this market segment. Check out our edible cookie dough catalog if your looking for a simple and unique catalog fundraising option.

Cookie Dough Sales Ideas

A fun idea to really sell cookie dough products is to order for yourself ahead of time, get a feel for the taste so you can authentically speak to the quality of the baked goods, and maybe even hand them out to prospective parents! Could you say no to a kid who showed up with freshly baked cookies

Your success rate with selling will be much higher if the person you’re selling to can not only experience it for themselves but begin to picture who they might give these fundraising treats to as well. Keep in mind when choosing which one to bring with you door to door: 53% of people say that their favorite cookie flavor is chocolate chip. See tips on how to have a successful cookie dough fundraiser

The most popular time for a cookie dough sale will be before Thanksgiving and Christmas; the cookies not only are useful for contributing to holiday dinners and events, but they are also convenient additions to gifts. Whether someone is handing out cookies with their secret Santa, or bringing them to school for a holiday party, everyone wants cookies come November 1st. Our favorite holiday pick is Snickerdoodle, a buttery sweet flavor that’s topped with cinnamon that comes in our Cinnabon® cookie dough fundraiser.