Jack's Paleo Kitchen // Sugar Cookie Dough 8 oz.

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Ingredients:Proprietary Flour Blend (Organic Coconut Flour, Arrowroot Starch), Honey, Maple Syrup, RSPO Certified Sustainable Palm Shortening, Organic Coconut Sugar, Apple Cider Vinegar, Water, Grass-Fed Beef Collagen, Baking Soda. Contains Coconut. View full description



Sugar Cookie Dough that can be eaten raw or rolled out and cut into shapes?  Pass the paleo-friendly frosting please!  Grain-Free, free from all major allergens, certified Gluten Free, non-GMO, and so good!



Jack's Paleo Kitchen is a family company creating delicious paleo cookies and doughs that are free of all major allergens (except coconut, which is technically defined as a tree nut by the FDA). All their cookies are nut-free (except for coconut), grain-free, dairy-free, egg-free, free of any refined sugars, soy-free and non-GMO. They source high-quality ingredients from our awesome partners.

Product Information:

  • Nut-Free, except Coconut
  • Non-GMO
  • Made in a facility free of gluten, dairy, peanuts and tree nuts (except for coconuts)

Storage Guide:

  • Cookie dough ships frozen but will be defrosted when it arrives to your door. We have lab tested it for shipping safety for 2 weeks at 95 degrees and can confirm that it is safe to eat. It should be refrigerated or frozen upon arrival. Cookie dough can be stored for 6 months in the fridge or 1 year in the freezer unopened, but for optimal flavor we suggest consuming it within 30 days after opening.


  • Certified Gluten-Free
  • AIP Friendly

Best By Date:

ShopAIP stores this dough in our freezer prior to shipment. Cookie dough can be stored for 6 months in the fridge or 1 year in the freezer unopened, but for optimal flavor we suggest consuming it within 30 days after opening.

Extra Information

Jack's Paleo Kitchen
9.00 Ounces

7 Reviews

  • Posted by Ellen Briggs on Dec 31st 2021


    Jack’s Sugar Cookie Dough

    This arrived in an un-cooled box so I just put it in the cupboard for later. When I took it out to bake cookies I realized two things. One was that it is supposed to be refrigerated or frozen! Two, when I took the lid off, there was no protective seal, just the raw dough. I’m afraid to eat it. Is this normal?

  • Posted by Andrea on Oct 28th 2021


    Great substitution

    I am beginning my 4th week, and I miss ice cream. This is an amazing fill in! Thank you!

  • Posted by Rebecca on Sep 20th 2021


    The best

    This stuff is dangerous. Whenever I order some I eat the whole container within a couple of days. I add some chocolate chips to it and it's just like eating raw chocolate chip cookie dough. Yummy!

  • Posted by Vanessa West on Apr 19th 2021


    Not the best

    Not terrible, not great. Flavor a bit weird and texture too soft.

  • Posted by Cynthia on Mar 21st 2021


    Sugar cookie dough

    This is great! I have only eaten it raw but will be trying cooked soon. The batter is sweet and tasty. Really enjoying it.

  • Posted by Caroline on Mar 7th 2021



    I never made it to making these into cookies, I just ate it straight! I definitely recommend portioning it out, I generally go well over my fructose goals when I eat it right out of the container (because I can't stop eating it). I do find cassava to be a little dry and grainy and there is that element but it's still tasty.

  • Posted by Val on Feb 14th 2021


    Just get a spoon!

    So much fun to be able to eat cookie dough right out of the container! Not quite the same texture as the regular cookies we all used to eat, but that is to be expected. I will buy again, but I will have to ration it better the next time!