Bucks County nurse Pattie Lerner started baking gluten-free treats after her daughter was diagnosed with celiac disease. She eventually perfected a recipe of gluten-free cookie dough that’s safe to eat raw because she made it without eggs.

A hobby that began in her Southampton home evolved into the Sweet Megan Baking Company, launched three years ago. Now, Lerner’s treats are not only available online but as of this year, they’re also sold in Wawa stores in single-serve packages.

The cookie dough is vegan and free of gluten, soy, peanuts, dairy, and allergens. It’s also kosher. It comes in chocolate chip, sugar cookie, and chocolate brownie flavors. In addition to the grab-and-go packs at Wawa stores, it’s also sold in larger jars. And if you’d rather not eat it raw, it can be baked up into cookies.

Sweet Megan Baking Company’s edible cookie, sugar cookie and chocolate chip brownie dough, $2.49 at Wawa for a single-serve package or $4.99 for a 6-ounce jar at sweetmeganbakery.com; also available on Amazon.