Edible Cookie Dough Recipe
Munch on this egg-free edible dough the next time you're craving the taste of chocolate chip cookies and need a quick and easy sweet treat.
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Learn the simple trick that makes edible cookie dough safe to eat — and it's not just leaving out the eggs.
Snack on this edible pecan chocolate chip cookie dough made without eggs the next time you're craving a sweet and easy no-bake treat.
Use this easy recipe to mix up 1 serving of homemade eggless cookie dough the next time you need a nostalgic sweet snack in a hurry.
Your kids can help you make this easy egg-free chocolate chip cookie dough that can be eaten raw or baked up into soft, sweet cookies.
This recipe for cookie dough is quick and easy to prepare, is safe to eat because it doesn't include eggs, and the whole family will love it!
First and most important... removing just eggs doesn't make any edible cookie dough recipe "safe" . It's been in the news about raw flour and salmonella poisoning. But it's super easy to toast / bake raw flour and it also adds a nice flavor dimension. The fastest is to put 1 cup in a medium size fry pan and stir in medium heat for 5-6 minutes. The flour changes color slightly and you can smell the nuttiness . Raw flour is probably not one of the first things that comes to mind in regard to food safety but it can be just as dangerous as raw eggs. So as to changes... less salt and by all means experiment with other flavor chips. Personally I like using butterscotch and chocolate chips.
I made some changes due to not having chocolate chips and the one review that said it was runny. I used only 1 tsp milk, added 1/4 cup white sugar, 2 TBS cocoa powder, and did not add salt or chocolate chips. Turned out great! Like chocolate chip cookie dough when the chocolates are melted in.