Edible Raw Cookie Dough Recipe

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Every now and then I have an intense cookie dough craving. I’m not craving the result of the cookie dough (baked cookies) but I’m craving that wonderful raw cookie dough stage where you just want to swim around cookie batter. Sometimes, when I bake cookies, I will prepare the cookie recipe minus the egg(s), eat the raw dough and then add the eggs at the entirely last second. This recipe, however, is devoted entirely to the raw dough.  There are no eggs needed for this recipe so you don’t have to worry about salmonella. Instead, you can prepare this recipe with the intent of NOT baking cookies! :)

If you are interested in making a healthier version of Raw Cookie Dough, make sure you check out my Raw Cookie Dough Bites Recipe which uses NO flour!  Instead, it uses dates, oats and almonds as its base!  Go HERE to view my recipe.

The recipe below involves regular flour. However, now that I am gluten-free, I would try this recipe with almond flour or maybe coconut flour. Once your cookie dough is mixed together, you can eat it with a spoon, or you can dip apple slices or chocolate bars in it! OR, you can copy what the ice cream shop Cookie Dough Creations located in Naperville, Illinois does. (I went there numerous times when I was in college.) At Cookie Dough Creations, they will give you a generous serving of your favorite ice cream and then top it off with a heaping mound of raw cookie dough. It was decadent and amazing.

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This recipe was adapted from Baskers Fun Foods

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  1. Anita says

    Now take two fresh, warm, gooey chocolate chip cookies and plop this in the middle. Your life will never be the same.

  2. Jacqueline Cazzola says

    Sounds good, but I’ll probably stick with my packaged raw cookie dough – I’m a rebel, lol

  3. amo says

    omg this is so delish!!!
    everyones gotta try this.Is aweosome.
    I froze it.Tastes like cookie and cream ice cream.

  4. Nix says

    Found a recipe for cupcakes with an oreo base and a cookie dough filling (cookie dough stays raw) and needed a recipe for this. Thanks so much. Can’t wait to try it.

  5. Jilly says

    I tried to make this raw cookie dough but instead i think i made peanut butter..so I probably wont make this again..who knows maybe its my cooking skills?!

  6. Kalina says

    I think my house is going to run out of these ingredients fast because I’m going to make this SOOO much

  7. Lola says

    I tried making this and i was not sure how to mix the butter in with the stuff when it is hard. and after i was all done. My chocolate chips started melting. And i wasnt very happy about the tasting. It was a horrible tasting cookie dough. Not what i expected from the picture that was on this. Not following any of you recipes again. Sorry.

  8. Brooke says

    because this recipe used so much brown sugar, the batter comes out a rich brown color. also, you can taste the butter. it was very unappealing visually, and the taste was horrid. i added 1 16.3 oz jar of honey roast creamy peanut butter, and started to experiment.

    i also put a bit of maple syrup in and JUST A LITTLE more milk. the color lightened significantly because of the peanut butter, and it tastes great. i personally think it would be amazing to mix in some cool whip and make it a peanut butter pie filling :)

    lets note that im no chef- heck im 13 years old. but i love to cook, and this was a simple fix. it took me maybe 15 minutes, easy.

    also, stick it in the freezer for a bit and enjoy it as ice cream- it was delish.

  9. Jose says

    I actually tried this recipe without butter and it seemed perfectly fine! Tasted great, although I may have eaten too much…xD

  10. Zach says

    This is bad… Not to bash the creator of this recipe, I think it’s simply because there’s no egg. I think I’ll take my chances with salmonella next time

  11. Eileen says

    Next time, less flour. It didn’t have the texture like cookie dough does and I had to add more milk to thin it. I can still taste the flour. 4/10 wouldn’t try it again.

  12. Kat says

    I made this recipe with soy milk and margerine (I’m vegan) and if really like it! I had to add a tiny bit more milk

  13. gary says

    Taste great! It says softened butter put it in the microwave to start to melt it..also use a mixer not by hand. Simple 5 minute recipe taste great

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