EGGLESS COOKIE DOUGH!!! One of the greatest creations EVER! I found this recipe over at Fake it Frugal and was immediately intrigued. Could I really eat as much cookie dough as I wanted without having to worry about consuming raw eggs! Yes, this eggless cookie dough tastes exactly like regular cookie dough! Genius.
If you have ever purchased a carton of cookie dough ice cream, then you have probably come across opening the carton only to discover that someone has already eaten all of the cookie dough out it and you are left with a carton of plain vanilla ice cream. Well, you never have to worry about that again. Just whip up a batch of this eggless cookie dough and problem solved!!! The possibilities are endless . . . . . add some to homemade vanilla ice cream, chocolate fudge ice cream or mint ice cream? Or switch up the cookie dough, instead of adding chocolate chips, add mini m&m's, toffee chips, Oreo's or chopped up candy bar! Yummy!
Make your batch of cookie dough. Roll up tightly in some parchment or wax paper and refrigerate until firm, about 30 minutes - 1 hour
When firm, unroll and cut into squares (whatever size you want your chunks to be)
Add to your ice cream and enjoy every last bite!
Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
adapted from: Fake It Frugal
4 Tbl. melted butter
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
6 Tbl. sugar
6 Tbl. light brown sugar
1 c. + 2 Tbl. all-purpose flour
1/4 c. water
1/2 c. mini chocolate chips
Combine melted butter, salt, vanilla, sugar and brown sugar. Add the flour and water and stir to combine. Add the chocolate chips and stir well.
1.5 quart vanilla ice cream, slightly softened
1/3 c. light brown sugar
Or use homemade vanilla ice cream
Add light brown sugar to slightly softened vanilla ice cream (this will make it taste rich). Add the cookie dough chunks and place in an air-tight container and freeze. You do not want the ice cream to get too soft or it won't re-freeze well.
Jenn's Notes: I used a wooden spoon to stir together all of the cookie dough ingredients, no need to dirty your mixer and beaters. The dough is pretty sticky and that is why I refrigerated it until it was firm. You can use it right away, it will just be a little messier. I added my cookie dough to homemade vanilla ice cream and it was DIVINE. I posted a half of a batch of the original recipe and it will still give you TONZ of cookie dough. You could always cut the recipe back some more or just keep the extra in the fridge or freezer to snack on!!