• Atlanta's first edible cookie dough dessert shop opens

    By: Nelson Hicks


    ATLANTA - Cookie lovers rejoice! Batter Cookie Dough Counter, Atlanta’s first edible cookie dough dessert shop, has opened inside Ponce City Market.

    Batter offers traditional and seasonal cookie dough flavors including sugar, chocolate chip, peanut butter, oatmeal, lemon, salted caramel, s’mores, and more.

    Crafted from natural ingredients with no preservatives, Batter’s cookie dough is eggless and made with heat-treated flour that is safe to consume uncooked. Located on the first floor of Ponce City Market’s Central Food Hall, across from Honeysuckle Gelato, the walk-up shop will be decorated with vintage cookie jars and feature around ten flavors for spooning.

    Half-pints of Batter’s edible cookie dough will also be available to enjoy at home. For those who opt for a scoop in-store, Batter will offer toppings for uniquely customizable treats. In addition, Batter will also serve an assortment of freshly baked cookies and beverages including cold brew coffee, milk, and chocolate milk.

    Native Atlantan Julie Abes founded Batter after years baking cookies at home with her two kids, who always asked to spoon up the batter at the bottom of the mixing bowl.

    “We’re excited to bring something new to Atlanta and to call Ponce City Market home,” said Abes. “With Batter, guests can enjoy everything from classic cookie dough to sweet new twists on familiar flavors. We’ll have something for everyone, including vegan and gluten-free varieties.”

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