Cookies and Cream Cookie Dough


I have to confess, I’ve never had a desire to eat raw cookie dough. I’ve never wanted to sneak a taste while mixing up a batch of cookies. Even as a kid, I could patiently wait until the cookies were done and would much rather eat a warm, fully baked cookie.

But I’ve been wanting to try making an edible cookie dough recipe for a while. So I set about making one this weekend. I was pretty pleased with the result.

This really looked like ice cream when I was scooping it out.

It’s a bit too sweet for me to eat a lot of, but it tastes pretty good and it’s eggless. And it’s really fast and easy to make. It’s also a good base for cookie dough ice cream, cookie dough truffles, etc.

Cookies and Cream Cookie Dough

Ingredients:

1/2 cup butter, softened
1/3 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup Sweetened Condensed Milk
1 1/2 cups all purpose flour
6 Oreos, crushed

Directions:

Beat butter and sugar until fluffy. Add in condensed milk and flour and mix on medium speed until dough forms. Add in Oreo cookies and beat on low speed until fully incorporated.

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10 comments on “Cookies and Cream Cookie Dough”

  1. Looks Y U M! Whole milk makes my stomach bubble so got to take my lactaid pill and get into this.

    • this recipe actually uses condensed milk, so make sure you use that and not regular whole milk. The condensed milk adds sugar and binds the dough together.

  2. I thought this was ice cream and I was amazed and then I realized it was cookie dough and words just cannot describe how even more amazed I am O_O

  3. what if you dont have condensed milk

    • sorry, i don’t have any substitution for the condensed milk. perhaps you can wait until you buy a can to make it?

  4. how many cookies would this recipe make?

    • none! it’s meant to be eaten as cookie dough (which some people like eating) so there is no rising agent added and it’s not meant to be made into cookies.

  5. If I want to make this more spreadable sort of like a frosting, should I add more the condensed milk?

    • Hmm I’m not quite sure, but I would say probably a little more butter or a little less flour. I think more condensed milk will just make it too sticky

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