Dana’s Bakery in South Hackensack, NJ makes cookies that burst with rainbows. The treats are made with dyed cookie dough, then iced with melted fondant and chocolate. We compared a traditional black and white cookie with its rainbow counterpart to see if there’s a difference in taste.

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45 COMMENTS

  1. Okay people STFU it's just a colorful cookie, it's not ur LGBTQ SHIT stop shoving ur shit in the comment section. Thanks

  2. yummy! I wouldn't mind eating the rainbow black and white cookie looks so nice and that Mookie I also would like to try 🙂

  3. I love how it says"edible food coloring"! Without "edible" people would still think it's edible. It says it in the name! FOOD coloring

  4. If it’s food coloring then y the “edible “if the coloring is for food then one should be able to eat said food coloring making it edible …sry I’m fried but the still…the “edible “wasn’t needed

  5. You didn't have to write "edible food colouring"

    If it's food colouring it's obviously going to be edible

    If it wasn't then why the hell would it be called food colouring 😂

  6. I highly doubt Scienfield was talking about the “black and white cookies” 😆
    “Multidimensional “dummy please kill it withe h all that fake nose and white wannabe Asian dummy. What do you wanna bet she has a white boyfriend?

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