Mo's Cookie Dough, founded in 2011 by Bearsden-based Morag Pavich, is already stocked in the Whole Foods Market in Glasgow as well as 75 further retailers in Scotland and the north of England including the Peckham's chain.
Now Ms Pavich, 43, who grew up in California, is targeting growth around the rest of the UK and is going to the Speciality & Fine Food Fair in London later this month to meet buyers.
The rolls of cookie dough the company produces can be sliced and baked in 10 minutes and come in chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin flavours.
Ms Pavich intends to provide a festive gingerbread flavour in the coming months with other new product launches pencilled in including an Easter special in 2014 and a possible gluten free range.
She said: "The feedback we've had, and the steady customer growth this year has been fantastic.
"Once we got our manufacturers and distributors in place, everything really kicked off and we are now in the process of launching a festive gingerbread flavour to add to our products and we are confident that we will be adding further new lines over the next year.
"Our aim is to target customers across the UK and increase our customer base south of the Border in the next six months, and based on our experience so far we are confident we can succeed in this."
Ms Pavich, 43, has received support from Business Gateway to help her attend the trade fair. She said: "This will hopefully open up new markets for us and will allow us to expand into England and further afield."
John Kiddie, an adviser at Business Gateway, said: "Morag's natural entrepreneurial spirit has been a massive advantage in her making Mo's Cookie Dough such a success in a short period of time.
"We have supported and advised Morag in ways to increase her customer base in areas that are yet to learn about her products.
"The main project we have been working on together has been attending food and drink exhibitions in London this autumn which we feel will help Morag get her name out even further and ultimately increase her sales."
Mo's Cookie Dough is also a participant in the Entrepreneurial Spark incubator in Glasgow.
A percentage of profits from each roll of dough sold is donated to local projects supporting vulnerable children.
Ms Pavich came up with the idea for the business while pregnant with her third child during 2011.
She added: "My mum is Scottish and my dad American so my sisters and I spent our childhood growing up in both places but mostly in the San Francisco area.
"Home baked cookies are part of American culture. When I moved back to Scotland full time I really missed the ease in which cookies could be made at home as dough wasn't as popular or even available here. So I began making my own and they were a hit with my children, friends and guests."