Naked Dough is all about bringing edible raw cookie dough to the masses. Yup, ’tis true. Our safe-to-eat, indulgent treats can be devoured straight from a tub, munched on a cone, or taken home to dig into later.
We make our egg-free raw cookie dough with the same techniques as your home baking, so we actively encourage the same spoon-licking from the bowl.
How Naked came to be
Naked Dough was co-founded by good friends Jen Henry and Hannah Adams.
When Jen was sitting at her city-based desk job in 2012, dreaming of having any other occupation, she decided to pack it in and fulfill her life ambition of being paid to have chocolate on tap 24/7. She moved to France to train as a pastry chef, worked in a Michelin star restaurant, then came back to the UK and worked on various foodie projects.
It wasn’t until news of the cookie dough craze in the USA had spread over the pond that she realised that this was what the people of the UK were seriously missing. We had to help them. Jen invited Hannah as a marketing, creative genius and fellow cookie dough connoisseur, to join her on this mission to get Naked. Previously the Marketing and Partnerships Manager at online lifestyle magazine Khoollect, Hannah’s world has always been very much about food.
Naked Dough launched the UK’s first Cookie Dough Café as a pop-up in London’s Old Street underground station in June 2017. Since then we have also popped up in Top Shop, Oxford Circus and at Camden Market.
Naked Dough appeared on BBC Two’s Million Pound Menu in June 2018. This show is now being broadcast around the world on Netflix and the reaction has been amazing.
Alongside our ludicrously moreish (and utterly Instagrammable) egg-free, raw Cookie Dough, Naked Dough offers Make Your Own Cookie Dough, Dough Freaks, Ice Cream and more. Our permanent flavours include Unicorn Food, Nak-Ed Sheeran and vegan Buttery Biscuit Base.