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As a kid, I always remembered wanting to eat cookie dough as it is. Eventually, I got to do so - through Ben & Jerry's Cookie Dough ice-cream and it was oh so good.

Having tried the cookie dough shop in London about a year ago, I was pretty keen to try the local Dohkie and was glad that the cookie dough craze made it's way to the shores over here. With different flavours such as Cookies & Cream, Peanut Butter and a new Bandung inspired that features a pinkish dough batter - it was a little difficult to choose. I initially tried the Bandung flavour, thus decided to go with Peanut Butter for my second visit - I love LOVE peanut butter.

Adding the soft serve is a definite must - cookie dough by itself is sickeningly sweet and I don't think any single person can finish a whole scoop without feeling nauseous. The soft serve perfectly complements the cookie dough and cuts the sweetness to balance it out. Aww yiss.

PS: I'm actually kinda curious about buying home the cookie dough and baking it like a normal cookie. Maybe I shall one day.

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Preferred the Cookies & Cream flavour to the Peanut Butter for the ‘doughiness’ is not as strong, but the latter is a teeny bit less sweet with hints of saltiness. Still best to have them paired with their vanilla soft serve to cut the heaviness. Get them 1 for 1 with Burpple Beyond!


Nice combination of C&C dough with vanilla soft serve, without which will be a tad too sweet. Counter tucked in quiet retail mall, quite wasted because traffic is really low

A single scoop cookie dough with soft serve sets you back at ($6.50 1 For 1 with #burpplebeyond) and it seems small, but trust me it's enough. Cookies and cream and lemon tart are the best for me, as you can't get wrong with cookies and cream, and the lemon tart flavour has that citrus scent that copes with the sweetness of the cookie dough. For all the sweet tooths out there, rejoice!!

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So I was in the neighbourhood and decided to drop by Dohkie as they were having a promotion, apparently there's something called Cookie Dough Day and apparently that day falls on the 21st of July... so... good for me I guess?

Promotion: For 1 day only, any purchase of a scoop of cookie dough entitles you to 1 free vanilla soft serve on top of it (UP: $2.50). 

Going there at about 1800H in the evening, I was surprised to see quite few people at the shop, perhaps they serve the working crowd in the area? Anyways, as I had not eaten much that day (Was working up an appetite for a buffet; More on that in a later post), my greed took over and I ordered a double scoop (Single: $4 Double: $7 Triple: $9).
I absolutely love Speculoos (Caramelised biscuit) hence that would definitely take 1 scoop and decided to try their original flavour as well, the chocolate chip.

Double Scoop, Speculoos + Original Chocolate Chip + Free vanilla soft serve ($7 + $2.50)
- Each scoop is about the same size as a typical ice cream; Think they use the same scoop
- Very chunky and hearty chunks of cookie dough
- The vanilla soft serve was creamy and light, not too filling / 'jelat'
- Without the vanilla soft serve, the cookie dough may have been far too filling and heaty to consume all at once by 1 person; It looked small when I first got it but seriously... looks can be deceiving.
- Speculoos was just comforting and everything I expected it to be, like taking chunks of speculoos bread spread and gobbling it up but of course, it is a lot less thick than that
- Felt that the original chocolate chip could have used higher quality chocolate chips darker chocolate; A typical chocolate chip flavour to satisfy one's guilty pleasures

Overall, this is the kind of shop that I would go when the cookie cravings hit hard. Considering how the vanilla soft serve helped to balance the sweetness and intensity of the cookie dough, this is definitely not something you want to be eating everyday. Nevertheless, would recommend cookie lovers to try this at least once to change things up a bit.
Price: 6/10
Taste: 8.5/10
Overall: 7.5/10

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the brownie cookie dough was a little too sweet for my liking and started to get a little ‘jelak’ after a while. the soft serve went pretty well with the rich brownie flavour and wouldn’t recommend having the brownie cookie dough alone, unless you’re a huge fan of chocolate. perhaps the original one would taste better!