Edible Cookie Dough recipe with no eggs is better than the cookies themselves! I love how this egg free cookie dough looks as good as it tastes! It’s the perfect addition to your favorite ice-cream. Or, simply a great snack.
This edible cookie dough is 100% safe too eat. Because it has no eggs and no uncooked flour! I also stuffed it full of chocolate chips! So be sure to really restrain yourself from finishing it all right away. But if you run out, you can always make a new batch! Use it in brownies or cupcakes. Add it to ice cream or a cheesecake. As long as there is enough room in your fridge or freezer for chocolate chip cookie dough!
If you are like me, you maybe obsessed with cookies. Recently I have been obsessed with making cookie dough first thing in the morning. Basically, what I do now is get out of bed and start making cookies! Isn’t it what everyone else does?
How to make edible cookie dough
This edible cookie dough recipe is super easy to make!
- First thing first, start by spreading the flour onto a baking sheet. Then you will bake it in the oven for 5 to 10 minutes in order to kill any harmful bacteria.
- While that’s going, melt the butter on the stove top. Next add sugar and mix.
- Now add milk, vanilla extract and salt. You will stir everything with a spatula until very smooth.
- Once the flour has cooled off, add the flour and stir that in.
- Lastly, you will fold in the chocolate chips.
How should I store the cookie dough?
In my opinion, it tastes even better if you refrigerate it. Especially, if you don’t finish eating the whole batch of edible cookie dough in one sitting! So it’s probably a good idea to refrigerate or even freeze it. That way you will always have it on hand!
I also recommend that you let it sit at room temperature for 15 minutes or so before eating. Or simply add it to your vanilla ice-cream! That’s why I’m SO excited to be sharing this edible cookie dough recipe with you today. Because it’s the perfect addition to your favorite ice-cream! And it’s so simple to make!
Can I use less sugar?
Yes! I would recommend starting with ⅓ cup of sugar if your tooth is not all that sweet and if you feel that you need more, feel free to increase up to ⅔ cups.
You might also enjoy these treats:
Oreo Chocolate Chip Cookies
Chocolate Chip Panettone Bread Pudding
Quinoa Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies
Edible Cookie Dough
- ⅔ cup brown sugar
- ½ cup unsalted butter, melted
- 2 tablespoons milk
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- ½ teaspoon salt
- 1 cup all purpose flour
- ½ cup chocolate chips
- Heat treat your flour by placing it in a microwave safe bowl and heating on high for 50-60 seconds until the internal temperature reaches 166°F.
- In a large bowl using a whisk, cream together the brown sugar and butter. Mix until light in color, about 1 minute. Add milk, vanilla and salt. Mix until combined.
- Beat in flour until just combined.
- Stir in the chocolate chips with rubber spatula.
Nutritional information is provided as a courtesy only. This information comes from online calculators. Although whatsinthepan.com attempts to provide accurate nutritional information, these figures are only estimates.
Pamir Kaya (Professional chef) says
If you add egg would it taste like a regular cookie?
If you bake it, it definitely will!
Are you also able to bake it if you want?
I would add an egg before baking it. If you bake it without an egg, the cookies will be crumbly.
Does this raw cookie dough have to be refrigerated? I’m planning on putting this recipe in a sealed mason jar or wreck type of jar and was wondering if it had to be refrigerated. I would imagine once it’s opened it would be best to refrigerate but don’t know if it has to be refrigerated before opening if sealed in jar.
Yes, it should be refrigerated.
Shana Williams says
I followed the recipe to microwave the flour and it almost cooked the flour. Then once i combined everything and let it sit was very soft but my kids didn’t care they liked it. I made a 2nd batch but I put the flour in the oven at 350 degrees for atleast 6- 7 minutes. Any longer and it will start to burn. I sat it out to cool for 5- 10 minutes then sifted the flour. It came out perfectly. The texture was exactly what I was looking for. It smells like peanut butter lol. My twins loved it.
Shana, it sounds like you nailed it with texture, smell and safety!