COOKIE DOUGH

This Is Why You Should Be Chilling Your Cookie Dough Overnight

You’ll be surprised what a difference it makes!
Did you know that chilling cookie dough before baking makes a big difference? It is standard procedure when making cookies, especially when making crinkles, sugar cookies, and chocolate chip cookies. Chilling solidifies the butter or shortening used in the dough so the consistency of ...

Yes, You Should Use Cold Eggs In Cookie Dough

Plus, you won’t need to chill your dough before baking.
Eggs and butter are essential ingredients in baking. An egg acts as a binder, emulsifier, and even provides lift for desserts that doesn’t call for the addition of chemical leaveners. Butter meanwhile provides the fat needed to keep desserts moist while giving it ...

WATCH: Make 3 Different Kinds of Cookies From One Batch of Cookie Dough

Simple mix-ins make for delicious cookies!
One basic cookie dough plus two mix-ins per cookie makes 3 delicious types of cookies! We used graham crackers, marshmallows, nuts, and chocolate on our version. Feel free to make the cookies your own by adding your favorite flavors!Basic Cookie Dough1½ cups ...

The Smart Way to Freeze Cookie Dough for Later

Yes, frozen cookie dough is much more than an afterthought.
There are many reasons why frozen cookie dough should belong in your freezer:1 Instant cookies for late-night cravings.2 Last-minute potluck dilemmas.3 No prep or clean-up time.Convinced? Great! Cookies are pretty easy to put together, too, so all you have to do is ...

Cookie Dough Truffles Recipe

You can make edible cookie dough with this recipe.
Edible cookie dough is a dream! This dessert recipe makes sure that this cookie dough is safe to eat with no raw eggs in the batter. Dip these cookie dough truffles in chocolate for a real treat!  ...

Recipe Hack: You Can Make Edible Cookie Dough

Lick that mixing spoon clean: this edible cookie dough recipe has no raw eggs and no raw flour!
When baking chocolate chip cookies, resisting the urge to sneak in a little taste of ooey, gooey cookie dough from that wooden mixing spoon is the biggest struggle ever! Your mom was right: both raw eggs and raw flour can carry bacteria ...
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