Tracy Groves is finally opening Doughlicious Yummy’s. It’s a dream she’s had for a long time. She was a nursing student and a volleyball instructor, and she worked with her husband in a barbecue restaurant they owned. Then she got pregnant and started craving cookie dough, but she couldn’t eat it so she reformulated recipes until she could. Now Doughlicious Yummy’s sells nine flavors of the successful recipe in cups or fresh waffle cones, with thirty toppings from which to choose. To mix things up and keep the shop family-friendly with something for everybody, Groves also offers gelato fit for Wolfgang Puck’s restaurants. Her daughters are now old enough to help in the business when they’re not in school; they even assisted with creating some of the flavors. According to reviews on Facebook, the faux-dough is so rich and satisfying that customers have to take a doggy bag. Perhaps most impressive, though, is the sandbox filled with over 125 pounds of sprinkles, a concept inspired by the Ice Cream Museum of California.