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We tried 6 brands of ready-to-bake cookie dough ― and the winner was a classic

INSIDER Logo By Nicole Pomarico of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 15: 
  Ready-to-bake cookie dough is convenient, affordable, and
  tasty.
  
  We tried baking cookies from the six classic brands of cookie
  dough: Annie's
    Homegrown, Sweet Loren's,
    Great Value,
    Pillsbury, Soozie's Doozies, and Nestle.
  
  Nestle was the clear winner, maintaining the perfect balance
  of golden brown on the outside and gooey on the inside.
  
  
    
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  There are few better things in life than a hot chocolate chip
  cookie, fresh out of the oven. Fortunately, some
  of the tastiest cookies come pre-packaged and ready to bake.

  We tried cookies baked from six different brands of ready-to-bake
  dough.

  
    Annie's Homegrown
  
  
    Sweet Loren's
  
  
    Great Value
  
  
    Pillsbury
  
  
    Soozie's Doozies
  
  
    Nestle
  

  For the sake of consistency, we tried them all in the standard
  chocolate chip variety, or chocolate chunk if chip version was
  not available. 

  Here's how they stacked up.

There are few better things in life than a hot chocolate chip cookie, fresh out of the oven. Fortunately, some of the tastiest cookies come pre-packaged and ready to bake.

We tried cookies baked from six different brands of ready-to-bake dough.

For the sake of consistency, we tried them all in the standard chocolate chip variety, or chocolate chunk if chip version was not available.

Here's how they stacked up.

© Nicole Pomarico

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