Doughp, the edible and bakeable cookie dough brand, has mixed up a new holiday flavor right in time for Thanksgiving. Chrissy Pie, inspired by Chrissy Teigen’s signature sweet potato streusel pie recipe, is available for a limited time. 

The new sweet potato streusel pie cookie dough is loaded with candied pecans and cookie “pie crust” pieces with all the warming spices of the holiday season. As with all Doughp’s cookie dough, Chrissy Pie can be eaten raw with a spoon or baked. 

“Being asked to create Chrissy’s sweet potato streusel pie recipe in cookie dough form is one of the highlights of my cookie-dough-loving career,” said Kelsey Moreira, founder & CEO of Doughp. “The new Chrissy Pie cookie dough melds all the flavors of the season into one delicious spoonful.”

Chrissy Pie makes for the perfect ending to a holiday dinner, the perfect gift delivered nationwide, or the perfect party favor for any festive gathering – the sweet potato streusel pie cookie dough is a crowd pleaser! 

Chrissy Pie is available in build your own packs or in a 3-pack gift set of 16 –ounce pints, including: Chrissy Pie, Cookie Monsta (cookies & cream dough) & Santa’s Doughp (chocolate chip dough with white chocolate chunks and festive holiday sprinkles). Cookie Monsta is Chrissy’s favorite Doughp classic. 

About Doughp
Doughp burst onto the scene in 2017, and was named by INC. as one of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S. because of its ridiculously tasty cookie dough and its inventive flavor combinations. Doughp founder and fearless leader turned to her love of baking during the early part of her sobriety and started the company in her kitchen. She left her 10-year career in tech and turned her passion for baking into a business. In its first four years, Doughp experienced monumental growth with revenue increasing on average 219% year over year. Best of all, Doughp continues to make the world a little bit sweeter by donating to nonprofits and raising awareness around mental health and addiction recovery through its #Doughp4Hope initiative.