Study Break, aka Eggless Cookie Dough that’s safe to eat

I may or may not have just made some raw cookie dough [sans eggs] to help me with finals… just one large paper, one short essay, and one multiple choice exam stand in between me and FREEDOM!!!!

eggless cookie dough that's safe to eat!
In case you’re interested in my rendition, ya know, if you may or may not want to join me in my cookie dough fest, I used about 1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips + 1/8 cup white chocolate chips + 1/8 cup butterscotch chips. Deeelicious! My college friends and I used to buy tubes of store-bought cookie dough and tubs of funfetti frosting to munch on during girls’ nights. Brings back memories… gotta go, I don’t want to experience the memory of 2 am paper-writing! :)

Eggless Cookie Dough - safe to eat and enjoy!

  • Servings: lots
  • Time: 5 minutes
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from Cupcake Project

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 3/4 cup unsalted butter, melted
  • 1 cup packed brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup white sugar
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • any amount of any mix-ins you’d like – I used 3/4 cup total of semi sweet, butterscotch, and white chocolate chips but anything works!!

Directions:

Mix up in a bowl. Enjoy immediately, or refrigerate/freeze for future cookie dough cravings. :)

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8 thoughts on “Study Break, aka Eggless Cookie Dough that’s safe to eat

  1. I’m a cookie dough/brownie batter fanatic. Adam always jokes that I’d rather lick the beaters when I make brownies than eat the actual brownies (I swear I was the first in line when Dairy Queen invented the Brownie Batter Bizzard).

    Good luck on all of your finals!

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  2. Hang in there with your last leg of schoolwork! I’m sure the cookie dough will help greatly. =) Good girl going sans eggs–I’m a bad girl and always eat it with the raw eggs as my husband yells “Salmonella!” in the background.

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