Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough that is edible

This eggless, gluten-free cookie dough recipe uses almond flour, ghee, and honey or maple syrup to fulfill your appetite. Grab a spoon and a sprinkling of sea salt! Try my no chill chocolate chip cookies the next time you want to make cookies.

Monday has arrived. I’m busy, and you’re busy, so let’s get straight to work: I’ve created you some eggless, no-bake edible cookie dough to get you through this week.

This is something that is required. I’m aware that I’m not alone here.

Every time I bake cookies, I consume at least two cookies’ worth of uncooked dough. Every single time. I know I shouldn’t do it, I know it’s bad for me, I know I’ll get some alien illness linked to raw eggs and sweet delight, but I do it anyway.

I need to give myself something I can comfortably inhale while I’m making genuine cookies with another dough. It’s like eating a bag of cheesy poofs while cooking supper because you’re too hungry to wait for the meal.

I know I’m not the only one that does it.

I’ll be honest with you: this does not taste precisely like raw chocolate chip cookie dough. The taste is somewhat different, but you can’t expect perfection when you leave out all of the primary cookie dough elements, you know?

I wish I could tell you that it tastes just like raw cookie dough and that you won’t be able to tell the difference, but I can’t. I’m not flawless. So don’t be furious, don’t insult me, and don’t @ me. Take it for what it is.

This is an absolutely excellent replacement, and I think I like it more than raw cookie dough. It seems more deliberate, and less like I’m depriving myself of more freshly made cookies. Because, oh my goodness, I adore freshly made cookies.

Furthermore, do not attempt to bake this. You’ll end up with a hot, melted mess. Instead, make these no-chill chocolate chip cookies.

This dish contains ghee, and I believe that a little amount of ghee as part of a paleo diet is OK. In moderation, I believe in everything.

Ghee is clarified butter, which is simply butter stripped of its milk proteins, sugars, and water. It’s ideal for those who want to avoid lactose or casein in butter, which might cause problems.

So, is it really paleo? There has long been controversy about whether or not ghee should be considered dairy, therefore I will leave it up to you to decide whether or not you are comfortable using ghee. Most people believe ghee is paleo-friendly since it is the oil from butter without the lactose and milk particles.

If you have a different opinion, this dish may not be for you. If you’re not absolutely paleo and merely want to make the dish vegan, you may use vegan butter!

Flavor tweaks

I prefer to add almond extract because it gives it a sugar cookie taste, which is like eating chocolate chip sugar cookies.

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There’s also sea salt. This is a necessity in my opinion. Sweet and salty will always be my favorite combination.

You should eat this while preparing chocolate chip cookies since you’re too hungry to wait for the cookies.

So there you have it: edible cookie dough free of illness and a confession that I am not perfect. What more could you want?

Edible Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

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Prep Time: 5mins
Total Time: 5mins
Servings: 2to 4 servings (8 ounces)
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This eggless cookie dough recipe is made gluten-free with almond flour, ghee and honey or maple syrup to satisfy your craving. Add a sprinkle of sea salt and grab a spoon!


  • a cup of almond flour
  • cupghee*, vegan butter may be substituted
  • 2 teaspoons maple syrup (or honey if not vegan)
  • 1 tablespoon pure vanilla or almond essence
  • a generous teaspoon of salt
  • 2 oz. chopped unsweetened dairy-free chocolate
  • Top with sea salt


  • 2 tsp pure vanilla extract or almond extract, a generous sprinkling of salt
    4 cup ghee*, 2 Tablespoons maple syrup, 1 14 cup almond flour, 1or salt as required.
    Combine almond flour, ghee, sweetener, extract, and salt in a medium mixing bowl. Mix everything together with a hand mixer. Taste and adjust with additional extract, sweetener, and
  • Mix in the chopped chocolate. Season with sea salt to taste. Refrigerate, covered, until ready to serve, then enjoy!
    2 oz. dairy-free unsweetened chocolate a pinch of sea salt


*Ghee: There’s a long standing debate about whether or not ghee should be considered dairy, so I leave it up to you whether or not you want to use ghee. Since ghee is clarified butter with the milk proteins, sugars and water removed, it can be considered paleo-friendly because it’s the oil from the butter and doesn’t contain the lactose and milk solids. If you feel differently, then unfortunately this recipe might not be for you. If you’re not strictly paleo but are vegan, you can also substitute vegan butter.Extract Choice: Using almond extract instead of vanilla extract gives it more of a sugar cookie flavor!Storage: Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 weeks (but in my experience, it’ll be eaten long before that!)

Nutrition Facts

Calories: 640kcal | Carbohydrates: 40g | Protein: 11g | Fat: 53g | Saturated Fat: 21g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 6g | Cholesterol: 58mg | Sodium: 212mg | Potassium: 49mg | Fiber: 6g | Sugar: 27g | Calcium: 147mg | Iron: 4mg


Is it OK to bake edible cookie dough?

products]. It contains no eggs or leavening agents, which are important elements in the development of texture and lift in baked cookies. (If necessary) When exposed to high oven temperatures, the product may liquefy and potentially burn. Our Bite-Sized Edible Cookie Dough [flavor] should not be baked.

What is the difference between cookie dough and edible cookie dough?

Cookie dough is a raw mixture of cookie ingredients. Cookie dough is often designed to be baked into individual cookies before eating; however, edible cookie dough is intended to be eaten as is and is typically created without eggs to make it safer for human consumption.

Can you eat chocolate chip cookie dough raw?

You should not consume uncooked cookie dough. Raw flour and raw eggs are unsafe to consume.

How to make chocolate chip cookie dough safe to eat?

Bake the flour for 10 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit, or until an instant read thermometer reads 165 degrees Fahrenheit. Let the flour to cool completely before using. This method is applicable to any cookie recipe, from chocolate chip cookies to sugar cookies.

Is Pillsbury edible cookie dough safe?

Before baking, not all cookie dough is safe to consume. For food safety concerns, both the flour and the egg components should be boiled. What distinguishes Pillsbury’s refrigerated cookie and brownie doughs from others? We utilize heat-treated flour and pasteurized eggs, so you may consume our cookie dough cooked or raw with confidence.

Can you eat too much edible cookie dough?

The danger of Salmonella food poisoning in eggs is well known, and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have long advised against eating spoonfuls of uncooked cookie dough.

Is Betty Crocker cookie dough edible?

Since we utilize heat treated flour, No-Bake Bites Cookie Dough is safe to consume raw. These delectable treats are ready in 15 minutes or less and may be served frozen or chilled.

Can I eat Nestle Toll House cookie dough raw?

No, Nestle cookie dough should not be eaten uncooked. If the eggs in the dough have not been pasteurized, the flour in the dough may contain salmonella, and the dough may also include undercooked eggs.

Why do people eat edible cookie dough?

Edible cookie dough allows you to enjoy the delicious cookie flavor without the guilt of eating those cookies. Non-bakers will feel less guilty as well.

What brand of cookie dough is safe to eat raw?

No, only properly labelled refrigerated Pillsbury TM cookie dough items are ready to bake or consume raw. To locate items that are safe to eat raw, look for our “safe to eat raw” seal and always follow the manufacturer’s preparation instructions on the back of the box.

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