Your customers will likely respond well to the no-effort baking that the frozen cookie dough promises. As you are selling you can mention how simple it would be to make the cookies since all you are doing is scooping (tubs) or breaking off pieces (pre-portioned) of ready-made dough to put in the oven.
It really sounds like an easy decision to make, unless you think about what it means for your group. As soon as the frozen cookie dough comes it must be passed out or refrigerated. So when you’re planning to start the frozen cookie dough fundraiser check the minimum amount that your group will have to order, and make sure you have plenty of freezer space when the dough comes in.
An obvious benefit to the dry cookie dough mix is that it does not need to be refrigerated; it has a longer shelf life and doesn’t have to be made all at once. There are usually lower minimums for dry cookie dough mix.
The best cookie dough fundraising idea is to decide which will make the most sense for your group, and your situation.