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Back to School Edible Cookie Dough for Ice Cream

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An easy DIY cookie dough recipe - you can eat it raw!

How to make yummy and edible vegan cookie dough to add to your favorite ice cream! No raw eggs in the batter. An easy to follow recipe from the German foodblog Pancake Stories.

You know how they say that you're not supposed to eat cookie dough? It's because there is raw egg in it (and you really shouldn't eat that). So as a back to school special we decided to reveal how to make edible and safe cookie dough at home. Since you're probably frustrated excited to get back to school/uni/work this September you should try making the cookie dough bits yourself - just add it to your favorite ice cream (or just eat it raw, because we know you always wanted to). This recipe is inspired by the cookie dough ice cream from a famous brand you all probably heard about - which costs quite a lot of money here in Europe. We dedicate this recipe to everyone who wants the great taste but doesn't want to spend so much money on a tiny pack of ice cream. If you choose to use vegan chocolate or berries then the whole this is even vegan!

How to make yummy and edible vegan cookie dough to add to your favorite ice cream! No raw eggs in the batter. An easy to follow recipe from the German foodblog Pancake Stories.

For the cookie dough :

125g soft Butter
120g brown sugar (or mix regular and brown sugar)
1 tea spoon Vanilla extract
1 pinch  of salt
100g flour
100g chocolate (splitters/ drops or simply chopped chocolate )

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big bowl, hand held mixer, spatula, non sticking backing parchment, two little spoons
Put the soft Butter into the bowl (soft as in 'it spent the day outside the fridge') and smash it with a fork in order to get it smooth. Add 120g of brown sugar and mix it with a hand held mixer for about 5 min until everything is well combined. It really does take 5 minutes to get the sugar all in there; you don't want to bite on little sugar crystals.  

How to make yummy and edible vegan cookie dough to add to your favorite ice cream! No raw eggs in the batter. An easy to follow recipe from the German foodblog Pancake Stories.

Now you can give in a small pinch of salt and the Vanilla extract. You can also use aroma or a fresh Vanilla bean if you want to. If you never worked with a vanilla bean: cut it lengthwise in half and use a knife to scrape out the very essence of the bean. Stir everything with the hand-mixer just until you worked it all in there. Now is time to add the flour. You want to add the flour little by little - so the flour doesn't mess up your kitchen. Use the mixer, this will give your dough s smooth and even look. When the Dough gets a ‚crumble‘ texture you are nearly done!

How to make yummy and edible vegan cookie dough to add to your favorite ice cream! No raw eggs in the batter. An easy to follow recipe from the German foodblog Pancake Stories.

The only thing that’s left to do now is adding the chocolate. Add the chocolate drops/splitters, nuts, berries or whatever you want in your personal cookie dough. Dd it to the rest and stir it firmly with a spatula. If you find the dough too moist, give it a rest  in the fridge for around 10-20 min. The butter in the dough will get more sticky! This will make it easier to handle the dough and make little balls out of it.

How to make yummy and edible vegan cookie dough to add to your favorite ice cream! No raw eggs in the batter. An easy to follow recipe from the German foodblog Pancake Stories.

Now you can use two little spoons to make evenly formed balls of  dough. Grab one spoon to catch some dough and use the other one to squeeze it in shape. Or just do it with your hands if you are one pf those people who don't like to wash extra spoons. Put the dough balls on a piece of baking parchment, you don't want them to stick to your table. If you haven't eaten all the cookie dough yet, treat yourself and try it out.

How to make yummy and edible vegan cookie dough to add to your favorite ice cream! No raw eggs in the batter. An easy to follow recipe from the German foodblog Pancake Stories.

In order to keep them all moist and fresh it is best to keep them in the fridge and/or in the freezer. Now if you fancy a nice bowl of cookie dough ice cream, just fix yourself a bowl of your favorite calorie bomb and add huge amounts of your own DIY Cookie-dough-balls! 

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