KANSAS CITY — Food manufacturers are sweetening up spring shelves with the release of new cookie options.

Edible cookie dough company Deux released its latest variety: Grandma’s oatmeal cookie. The new flavor, which is “grandma-approved,” features chocolate chips, a hearty texture and a subtle nuttiness. Grandma’s oatmeal cookie dough may be eaten raw or baked in the oven, and is vegan, dairy free and gluten-free.

The Keebler Co., a subsidiary of the Ferrero Group, also looked to oatmeal for its latest offering: oatmeal raisin Sandies. The new shortbread cookies feature oats and sweet raisins.

“We heard from our consumers that prioritizing ‘me moments’ are important, so we wanted to give our fans and cookie lovers everywhere a tasty new offering to enjoy these opportunities,” said Alicia Mosley, vice president of marketing at Keebler. “Thanks to Ernie and the elves, the new Sandies oatmeal raisin flavor will allow people to hit the pause button and indulge in these moments for themselves as they enjoy the flavors of buttery shortbread and raisins.”

Miss Jones Baking Co. has launched its new jumbo bakery style double chocolate chip cookie ready-to-bake dough. Each package of this new cookie dough contains six cookies that measure five inches wide and are made with butter, brown sugar and “all the same ingredients you’d use to make them from scratch.”

“Since founding Miss Jones Baking Co., we’ve been committed to redefining indulgence,” said Sarah Jones, founder of Miss Jones Baking Co. “Our newest creation — jumbo bakery style double chocolate chip cookie dough, is as delicious as it is wholesome.”

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