Melissa's Cuisine: Ready-to-eat Cookie Dough

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Ready-to-eat Cookie Dough

Ready-to-eat Cookie Dough
I could easily eat this whole spoonful of cookie dough (actually, I did after taking this picture!)  In fact, I could probably eat a whole bowlful of cookie dough, but then I wouldn't be able to make cookies, and I would probably end up with a really bad tummy ache!  Thankfully, I married someone who loves cookie dough as much as I do!  To be on the safe side, I make a batch of egg-less cookie dough so I don't have to worry about the dangers of eating raw eggs.  Then I put it in a container in the fridge, and I eat it when I'm hungry for cookie dough.  Yeah, it's that good!  Try it for yourself, you won't be sorry!

You will need:
1/3 cup margarine, softened
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup sugar
3 Tablespoons milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup flour
1 cup milk chocolate chips

1.  In a small bowl, cream margarine and sugars until light and fluffy.

2.  Beat in milk and vanilla.

3.  Add in flour.

4.  Stir in chocolate chips.

5.  Store in an air-tight container in the fridge.

13 comments:

  1. oh..I could so join you on eating some dough!

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  2. love, love, love this! i could eat a bowlful of cookie dough, too! this would be perfect to freeze in chunks & add to ice cream or for cookie dough stuffed cupcakes! :D

    thanks so much for linking up to magia mondays!

    -kristin

    http://delightfullydowling.blogspot.com

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  3. I'm so with you. I LOVE cookie dough, but every time I pick at it I hear this voice nagging at me because and saying, "No raw eggs! Bad raw eggs!" I think I'm going to have to do like you and make a batch of this goodness to keep as a quickie sweet tooth fix. ;)

    Thanks for sharing with So Sweet Sundays!

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  4. Can you use butter instead? Would it change the outcome of the dough?

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  5. Anonymous,
    Yes, you can use butter with the same results!

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  6. Thank you for the great recipe. I stumbled across your blog through the "Living with less $$" email I get. My bestie, who's pregnant, has been craving cookie dough but could not have it due to raw eggs. This hit the spot with both me and her.

    I have enjoyed finding your website and will be trying quite a few of your recipes.

    Thanks!

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  7. My 3 yr old son and I made this recipe together. We had a lot of fun and I didn't have to worry when he ate the dough. It was so good!!!

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  8. Oh yum! Perfect for the rice krispies!

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  9. I loved this recipe!! :) Ive added it to my recipe page!! :)

    I've linked your recipe & blog to my page :)

    http://living-with-anorexia.blogspot.se/p/baking-recipes.html

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  10. Can you actually make it into cookies

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  11. Can you actually make it into cookies

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    1. Suzy, it's missing some key ingredients for actual cookies. I don't think it would turn out well. However, feel free to try to and let me know if it works :)

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