Edible Cookie Dough


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  • Prep Time:
    20 Mins
  • Cook Time:
  • Total Prep + Cook Time:
    20 Mins
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Edible Cookie Dough

Makes: 1 Serving

Description: This is my recipe for a single serving of edible cookie dough. It's based on what I remember of a recipe my grandmother came up with for me. As a child, I always sampled recipes before they were completed. One of my favorite things to do was eat raw dough and batter. I loved raw cookie dough. The interesting thing was my grandmother wasn't concerned I'd become ill. She was concerned that other children watching me would become ill by imitating my behavior. I recall she never measured. She knew how much of each ingredient to add based on how much of the other ingredients were already in the bowl. I remember her toasting the flour in a wok and knowing it was done by the slight change in color. Personally, I prefer Pagehouse heat treated flour. If I toast my own I use a thermometer. This recipe can be doubled, tripled, or quadrupled. It's just my daughter and myself at home. I don't like waste. We already have more than enough leftovers. I enjoy cooking in small, single serving batches.

5 TBSP  Heat treated flour (see flour options)
1/4 cup  Brown sugar
1 TBSP  Milk
1 TBSP  Butter
1 TBSP  Cream cheese
Dash  Salt
1/4 TSP  Vanilla extract
Handful  Chocolate chips, mini marshmallows or 2-3 TBSP peanut butter/Nutella

Instructions: Flour Options: (Do NOT Skip)

Microwave Method:
Spread flour in a thin layer on a plate or in microwave safe container
Microwave 20 seconds at a time for 1 minute 20 seconds total
Stir every 20 seconds, preferably with a thermometer so you can make sure the temperature reaches 160 degrees Fahrenheit or 71 degrees Celsius
Allow to cool before using

Oven Method:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Spread flour in a thin layer on a cookie sheet
Bake flour for 5 minutes
Allow to cool before using

Yes you can buy it instead:
Pagehouse heat treated flour
5 lb bag
$8.99 + $4.99 shipping

or (if you're not allergic to nuts)

Anthony's gluten free almond flour
2 lb bag

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