Edible Cookie Dough Recipe {for two}

 

Raise your hand if you love cookie dough!

 

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Raise your hand if you love cookie dough! Why yes, I am raising BOTH of my hands.  I am one of those people who would much prefer to eat the cookie dough than the actual cookie.  My girls just happen to be the same way.

 

As we all know eating raw cookie dough is a no-no.  Thankfully this Edible Cookie Dough Recipe is egg free, so you and your family can chow down without a worry.  

 

I have made a similar recipe for my Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cupcakes, but that recipe makes a ton. So what if you want a quick treat for just you and your honey? This Edible Cookie Dough Recipe makes enough for two…..or one if you are having a really bad day :) 

 

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe {for two}

Ingredients

1/4 cup packed brown sugar
2 Tablespoons butter, softened

1/8 teaspoon of salt

1/8 teaspoon vanilla
1 Tablespoon  milk
5 Tablespoons  flour
2 Tablespoons chocolate chips

 

Directions

1. Start by mixing/mashing your softened butter, brown sugar, salt and vanilla together until well combined.

 

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe - Step 1

 

 

 

2. Next  mix in your 1 Tablespoon of milk. Slowly add in flour, 1 Tablespoon at a time until you have a cookie dough texture….like this.

 

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe - Step 2

 

 

 

3. Finally, add in chocolate chips. Mix until well combined.  Voila! You have some scrumptious cookie dough ready to enjoy!

 

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe - for two

 

 

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Edible Cookie Dough Recipe {for two}
 
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Corey:
Serves: 2
Ingredients
  • ¼ cup packed brown sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons butter, softened
  • ⅛ teaspoon of salt
  • ⅛ teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 Tablespoon milk
  • 5 Tablespoons flour
  • 2 Tablespoons chocolate chips
Instructions
  1. Start by mixing/mashing your softened butter, brown sugar, salt and vanilla together until well combined.
  2. Next mix in your 1 Tablespoon of milk. Slowly add in flour, 1 Tablespoon at a time until you have a cookie dough texture.
  3. Finally, add in chocolate chips. Mix until well combined. Voila! You have some scrumptious cookie dough ready to enjoy!

 

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Comments

  1. Oh my goodness! Did you say ( for two)? …… I think it is just the perfect amount for one cookie lover like me!!!! ……….Besides, my hubby doesn’t eat sweets. Yay!!! :)

  2. I couldn’t wait and had to try this last night. It was so good! Tasted just like cookie dough should taste. This is going to be a fun, easy treat that me and my daughter can enjoy. Thank you!

  3. Awesome idea, thanks for sharing. I do love me some cookie dough, as do my boys….this will be a great treat for all of us. Thanks you!

  4. Hello! I just want to comment: It’s not only the raw egg, but raw flour that was historically a source of microorganisms. Nowadays, 99% of the eggs we eat are pasteurized, so it’s actually the raw flour in cookie dough that would be the most likely to have something bad in it, because flour isn’t/can’t be pasteurized.

    But you know what, that has never stopped me eating cookie dough!! The risk is the same one we take when eating at a restaurant where someone else is preparing the food. There’s a small chance you’ll get sick, but it’s most likely you won’t and many people never do. Also, store-bought cookie dough has bacteria-killing preservatives in it — not that I’m recommending it over homemade, but it does make it much less likely to have live germs in it!

  5. Kelly K. says:

    This is a great recipe, so good. Another alternative is to add about a half cup of steel cut oats and switch the chocolate chips out for Butterscotch chips, oh my goodness, the sweetness is crazy :)

  6. For the Gluten free people out there I used almond flour and it tasted pretty good. It was a little grainy though. Then you don’t have to worry about the raw flour. Yummy, thanks for sharing!

  7. I was looking for something quick and sweet, this definitely hits the spot!

  8. Renee Maxfield says:

    First off let me say this turned out delicious. I used almond milk and vegan chocolate and voila dairy free :) I was having one of those days and this was a perfect little sweet for me and much better than a Twinkie or mountain dew or whatever.

    Secondly, to add on to what Mel was saying: the reason eggs were ever dangerous in the first place was because of how dirty the factories were and how unhealthy the chickens were. Local, organic eggs unpasteurized (as long as the farmer takes good care of them) are not only safe raw but a super healthy probiotic food. Raw butter is even better.

    If you used raw butter in this recipe and were a generally healthy person it would outway any bad bacteria in this recipe from the flour. The alcohol content in your vanilla extract helps there too.

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