The Fun Story Behind John Mayer's Custom Cookie Dough Almond Butter

How a great culinary idea was born.

And when you’re a Grammy-winning musician, people listen. Fast forward to yesterday when Mayer, 37, shared a photo of the one-of-a-kind jar of Cookie Dough Almond Butter that Justin’s sent him in response.

The nut butter company has had a longstanding relationship with Mayer, and this was something they wanted to have fun with.

“We try to keep him stocked up as much as we can,” Justin’s spokesperson Julianna Abdallah told ABC News of Mayer’s favorite Maple Almond Butter flavor. “We went through three rounds of recipe testing before nailing the formula.”

The result is a combination of chocolate almond butter and real (vegan) chocolate chip cookie dough chunks.

Since the company has no plans to bring this glorious flavor to market, they shared how to hack it at home: start by combining Justin’s Classic Almond Butter and dark chocolate cocoa powder in a microwave-safe bowl or on the stove top. Heat until melted and mix to thoroughly combine. Once completely cool, fold in teaspoon-sized chunks of vegan chocolate chip cookie dough (such as EatPastry). Store in the refrigerator for up to three weeks.