Target: Annie’s Organic Cookie Dough Only $1.68 Each – Reg. $4.49 (No Coupons Needed)

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Attention Target Shoppers!

Just a reminder to take advantage of the super high value 50% Off Annie’s Refrigerated Dough Cartwheel Offer as it expires on 8/27! Use this offer to score inexpensive Organic cookies at Target with NO coupons needed…

Annie’s Cookie Dough $4.49  – Buy 3 Get 1 FREE
Deal Idea:
Buy 4 Annie’s Cookie Dough $4.49 each
Total after buy 3 get 1 free sale = $13.47
Use the 50% Off Annie’s Refrigerated Dough Cartwheel
– will deduct $6.74
Final cost $6.73 total, just $1.68 each and NO coupons needed!


I LOVE easy deals like this!

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Comments 26

  1. Kristen E

    So we bought these last week (choc chip kind) since they were on sale and not one person in our family liked them 🙁 they went into the trash … Very bland with no flavor

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Darn! Sorry to hear that Kristen! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Lynn

    I bought the chocolate chip and I thought they were delicious- maybe I got a good batch?

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Oh good! Thanks for the feedback!

  3. Denise G.

    I picked up 2 chocolate chip cookie doughs and 2 cinnamon rolls (which are a .50 cents more but still qualified for the CW) earlier this week thanks to your previous post! Great to have these on hand.

    • burgys

      I only got the cinnamon rolls with my deal, my store only carried the chocolate chip and I was more interested in the oatmeal flavor. You can’t go wrong with cinnamon rolls though!

  4. Mona

    These were delicious and I’m glad I’m giving my family something with less of the bad stuff when I don’t have time to bake from scratch

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Awesome to hear that Mona! Thanks for the review!

  5. Heather C

    I find these at the 99c store!

  6. arnold

    You have to watch the expiration date on these things. Flip up the seam on the back of the package to find out the Best Buy Date. The ones near the front were going to expire in just two weeks but the ones in the back expired in almost 8 weeks so I took the ones in the back. Cooked one of the batches so far and they are good although nothing out of the ordinary. It’s just that they’re all organic with no strange ingredients and if you compare the ingredients to the other pre-packaged cookie doughs, this one probably isn’t as bad for you.

    • mel

      just throw them in the freezer, they’re good for several months past the “best buy” date on the package!

  7. Vivian

    I got these from your previous post and put them in the freezer for when I want a treat

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Such a great idea!

  8. Jen M

    We cleaned our target out of dough and cinnamon rolls last week using this!! GREAT DEAL and something easy even my 13 year old son can make himself.

  9. Stormy

    We bought choc chip and oatmeal raisin. Choc chip weren’t at all “bad.” They spread out thin, which surprised me (baked on the Pampered Chef baking mat), but the taste was good. The oatmeal raisin smelled delicious, and absolutely were!! I made 2, and froze 2 packages. A good buy, in my opinion.

  10. Diane

    Our family bought several of the Chocolate Chip cookies (a great, quick treat). I have removed the outer packaging and placed the nuggets in a Tupperware box, which is in my deep freeze. This makes it easy to select only a few to bake at a time, which makes it easier on my hips! Also got the Cinnamon Rolls and a Crescent Roll to try.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Oh cool! Thanks for the great tip to throw them in a Tupperware box to freeze!

  11. Ashley

    I agree they bake out thin. The package says 13-17 minutes…. I set mine for 12 minutes and they turned out thin and crispy. I’m going to try again at maybe 10min. and see how they turn out.

  12. Aubrey

    Our family loves these! I agree with the previous poster that said to cook them less time then the package states. I usually get mine out at around 10 minutes.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Good to know the best amount of time to bake them! Thanks for sharing!

  13. jhnicole

    Loving trying the Annie’s products on good deals.I tried the cereal fruit snacks& grahams all good.Thanks

  14. Nikki

    They were okay. My family ate them all I made 2 package since we are a family of 5 and they were gone in about 3 days. My husband was unsure about trying them because I had them try the Nipple non dairy milk the same day (which was horrible to them) and they had no smell when I baked them. In the end I got a side thumb review of the cookies, which means they were okay.

    • Ann

      *Ripple… Hahahahahaha

      • Nana Donna 2 5

        I had a great chuckle…Nipple milk. It makes sense and could understand why others may not like it. I’ve never heard of Ripple milk. But thanks for the ROTFL moment!

  15. Nana Donna 2 5

    You can get these in 6 separate transactions in one day. I put them in the freezer. Great for last minute potluck idea or after-school/nap snack.

  16. Oshea

    The chocolate chip ones bake up thin & crispy. After first bite, they are pretty tasty. They are not as sweet as the Toll House or Hershey’s version.

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