Sunday, January 13, 2013

Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

Raise your hand if you don't like chocolate chip cookie dough.  I'm assuming you are not sitting there with your hand up so let's proceed.  

The other day I had a hankering for cookie dough.  No idea where it came from but it hit me hard.  Ever since I had a serious spell of food poisoning landing me in the hospital for a few days right before Spring Break, I have been pretty careful about not eating things with raw eggs.  Although I did loose a few lbs right before heading to Mexico, it wasn't exactly the diet plan I had in mind. 

Since then,  if you can believe it, I don't even sneak the smallest taste of anything with raw eggs.  Since I'm such a germaphobe no, I had to find a new way to get my cookie dough fix.  This is it and it is pretty close to the real deal.  Although it isn't as fluffy as the real deal, it tastes really good.  It makes the perfect amount to keep in your fridge when you need a little bite of sweetness.  
Start with a stick of butter that has been sitting at room temperature so it is easy to mix.
Add white sugar
And brown sugar
Stir to combine
Add a little milk
Flour
Salt
Add vanilla as well.  
Stir to combine, it will be nice and thick. 

Add the chocolate chips and stir until they are evenly distributed in the dough.

That's it, dig in!

Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

1 stick of room temperature butter
1/4 cup white sugar
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 1/4 cups flour
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon milk
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
2/3 cup chocolate chips

In a large bowl, combine the butter, white sugar, brown sugar, flour, salt, milk and vanilla.  Stir until everything is fully combined.  Mix in the chocolate chips.

That's it, enjoy!

Recipe from: Fabulessly Frugal



39 comments:

  1. Um, I want a HUGE spoonful of that. HUGE. I keep waiting for something to get me with raw egg dough. I need to make this more often! :)

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  2. This sounds so yummy and the photos are so good! And eggless wow. I want to try.
    Carlee
    Almost Endearing

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  3. I could not be alone with a bowl of this. . .it would be bad! :)

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  4. I just made this, wonderful! Defiantly a keeper!

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  5. delicious! just made it to put on top of ice cream !! yum!

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  6. made this, really great!

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  7. I googled eggless cookie dough simply because I was craving cookie dough and didn't want to chance the raw eggs. Thank you for this! I'm off to the kitchen now!

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  8. what temp and how long

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    1. This recipe is actually intended to eat the dough and not bake them.

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    2. So you are actually eating uncooked flour?

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    3. Well it would be delicious due to the other yummy ingredients! But is it safe? Will the intestines not suffer?

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    4. As far as I know raw flour is safe..... we ate wheat all the time when in was little ....

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    5. Actually, it isn't safe to eat raw flour. Most flour you'll ever use will have bacteria in it, which gets killed off in the cooking process. The longer you've had the flour sitting in your pantry, the higher the amount of bacteria. You're better off eating raw eggs.

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    6. or just stop being such a buzzkill and eat the dang dough!

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    7. Actually, the health risks involved in consuming raw flour are very minor if you don't have gluten intolerance or celiac disease. as long as you don't eat raw flour often and in large amounts, it should be relatively safe.

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  9. I had a craving for cookie dough and for the first time realized I had a problem with the idea of raw egg and decided to look up an alternative - thank God for the internet! Loved your recipe :) Happy 420 ;)

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    1. <333 happy 420!!!! a day late. got a new bong

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    2. Nobody cares about you getting a new bong you idiot druggie. 420 is for morons.

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  10. If you're concerned with the raw flour.. Try substituting it with almond flour :)

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  11. wanted some cookie dough to make while my parents were out (im 16) and this is perfect! thanks so much!

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  12. I just made this....delish! I had to use a hand mixer whuch saved my arm muscle a workout!

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  13. You can use flax and water to substitute the eggs. That way you can bake them and still eat the dough raw.

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  14. You can use flax and water to substitute the eggs. That way you can bake them and still eat the dough raw.

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  15. Making this right now! We had to add little bit more liquid for a double recipe. Otherwise exelente!

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  16. Is this a good recipe to make into little balls for a cookie recipe? Cake batter, cookie dough cookie!

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  17. Just microwave the flour and use a thermometer to make sure it gets above 165 degrees Fahrenheit. It seems like this would be pretty much the same thing as just baking the cookie. It doesn't take very long so don't set it on fire, the flour got to over 170 degrees after 2 1/2 minutes and there was a delay between when I measured the temperature and when it was done because I had to look for a battery for my thermometer.

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  18. Baked it anyways and it was still good!

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  19. If it seems too floury add a bit more milk!

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  20. Can you store this for any period of time?

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  21. And a pregnant womens happiness right there.

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  22. Best cookie dough I've had, eggless or not. Thanks!

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  23. Looks perfect dough Thank you for posting

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  24. I am going to make it today and I hope it is going to taste good!

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  25. looks and sounds good! but does it taste good??

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  26. just ate some.... made balls out of it and covered them in Chocolate and turned them into truffles... I am Royalty around here right now.... thanks a bunch!!!

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  27. I love this! My next batch I'm going to try just 1cup flour (remove 1/4 cup), as I get a periodic taste of it over the cookie dough, but that's very minor..
    I also recommend putting it in the fridge over night, it was good when I made it, was a lot better the next day... I really can't stop eating it! :)

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  28. OMG!!!!! Why did I make this? Oh I know I love cookie dough! This is sinfully delicious and dangerously easy to make. Thanks a million this will be around ALL the time. Quick question though how well does this freeze?

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