Eat it alone or add to other bakes to enhance (Picture: FitWaffle Kitchen/Instagram)
A baker has shared a super-simple recipe for cookie dough, and you won’t even have to turn your oven on.
It’s completely safe to eat this delicious dough without baking it because it’s egg-free.
The delicious fool-proof recipe comes from Eloise Head, the founder of FitWaffle Kitchen.
She promises the chocolate chip cookie dough only takes around 10 minutes to make, so it’s a quick treat to eat alone or to enhance other bakes.
On Instagram she wrote: ‘This stuff is sooo addictive. It’s egg-free and totally safe to eat!
‘Perfect to use in ice cream, cheesecakes, and other no-bake desserts.’
Depending on how you want to use the cookie dough, the mixture should make six to eight servings.
- 115g unsalted butter, softened
- 100g light brown sugar
- 50g granulated sugar
- 30ml milk (any kind)
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 150g plain flour, heat treated
- 1 tsp salt
- 150g chocolate chips
Make sure to heat treat the flour (Picture: FitWaffle Kitchen/Instagram)
- Add unsalted butter, light brown sugar and granulated sugar to a bowl and cream them together.
- Add milk and vanilla then mix them in.
- Add the heat treated flour and salt then mix to form a dough texture.
- Fold the chocolate chips in the dough.
- Scoop your dough into a container and store it in the fridge.
Eloise says in the comments under her video you could freeze them like the Ben & Jerry’s cookie dough.
Not heard of heat treated flour? It’s pretty simple and necessary to make the cookie dough safe to eat.
To heat treat the flour:
Microwave on high for 1 min 20 seconds, or spread it out on a tray and bake in the oven at 160C for 5 minutes. Allow to cool fully before using.
Watch Eloise put the dough together below.
As with all FitWaffle bakes, the comment section exploded with people keen to try the recipe.
One fan wrote: ‘Next weekend you bet I’ll be making bowls of this!!!!’
It makes an upgrade on equally as quick mug cake recipes.
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