Cookie Dough

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This is a simple cookie dough recipe that you can make. It’s easy and delicious!

Once again, happy Monday! How is everyone’s week going so far? My mother (Katharine Canfield, the original baker and finest mother in the world) will be in town on Sunday, so I’ll be waiting for her all week. I can’t wait any longer!

Speaking about Katharine Canfield Cookies, everyone knows these are the greatest cookies on the earth. The only thing that could make them better is if they worked together. I’m going to stuff cookie dough in the midst of them. And that’s exactly what I’ve been doing all week. It was really ridiculous. It’s complete nonsense. I tried so hard not to eat the entire thing, but it was just too tempting. Then I had a sugar crash and sat (slumped) for a bit on my sofa. Was it all worthwhile? Yes, I say emphatically.

I know I should be posting Thanksgiving dishes right now, and I will, but I couldn’t resist sharing this cookie dough-stuffed chocolate chip cookie sandwich recipe. What’s more, guess what? You can absolutely be the hipster cousin who brings them to Thanksgiving. I brought Chocolate Chip Cookie Sandwich Cookies, for example. With all those pies and other goodies around, they’d certainly stand out.

But, truly, aren’t they stunning? Because I’m on a diet, I strew additional chocolate chips around the borders of mine. Last week, I shared a photo of these chocolate chip cookie sandwiches on Instagram, and it earned the most likes of any photo I’ve ever gotten. The crowd erupted. I hope you like these as much as I did on Instagram!

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What is the best way to produce edible cookie dough?

I know what you’re thinking, but Sarah, I often eat cookie dough straight from the bowl. Isn’t everything edible? The same folks, same thing.

Unfortunately, despite how delicious cookie dough is, it is technically not “edible” since it includes raw eggs and other ingredients. And if you leave the cookie dough out in these cookie sandwiches and offer them to people later, you’ll most likely pass along all of your salmonella-infected guests on Thanksgiving. That’s not cool.

I made an edible cookie dough filling for these cookie sandwiches to get around the salmonella issue. I used a mix of butter and heavy cream, as well as a few other crucial ingredients, to make the cookie dough extra rich and creamy. To avoid gritty cookie dough, beat the butter and sugar together for a few minutes until light and fluffy. This is an important step that you should not miss! It’s crucial to your cookie dough bliss.

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Ingredients

To make the cookies

  • 1 cup whole wheat white pastry flour (Bob’s Red Mill) (can also substitute 1 cup all-purpose flour)
  • 1 cup brown sugar, light (or medium)
  • 1 stick unsalted butter, melted 1/2 cup
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon extract de vanille
  • 1/2 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
  • a half teaspoon of salt
  • cornstarch, 1 teaspoon
  • 1 cup chocolate chips (semi-sweet)

The batter for the cookies

  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) room temperature butter
  • 3/4 cup brown sugar, light (or medium)
  • 2 CUP CONDITIONER’S SUCTIONER’S SUCTIONER’
  • 1/3 cup flour (all-purpose)
  • heavy cream, 2–4 tablespoons
  • 1 teaspoon extract de vanille
  • 1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips (mini chips are best!)

Instructions

  1. In a medium mixing bowl, melt the butter. Combine the sugar, egg, vanilla extract, baking soda, salt, and cornstarch in a large mixing bowl. Stir in the flour until it’s barely blended. Chocolate chunks should be folded in. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours, preferably overnight, after wrapping in plastic wrap.
  2. Preheat the oven to 350°F after the dough has cooled. Use parchment paper or a silpat to line a cookie sheet. Scoop the cookies onto the baking sheet with a 1/4 cup cookie scoop, allowing at least 1 1/2 inches between each dough ball. You may need to bake two batches, depending on the size of your cookie sheet.
  3. Preheat the oven to 350°F and bake for 12 minutes, or until the cookie edges are golden brown. Allow for thorough cooling before putting together cookie sandwiches.
  4. Make the icing while the cookies are cooling. Whip the butter and brown sugar together with a standing mixer for 2 minutes, or until light and fluffy. Mix on medium-high speed until all of the other ingredients, except the chocolate chips, are mixed. You may need more or less heavy cream depending on the consistency. Add a spoonful at a time until you achieve the desired consistency. Remove the bowl from the mixer and use a spatula to fold in the chocolate chips.
  5. Spoon icing over the bottom of one cookie, then place another bottom on the opposite side to make your cookie sandwiches. Enjoy your meal!

More simple cookie recipes may be found at:

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The World’s Best Chocolate Chip Tahini Cookies

Sandwich Cookies with Espresso Brownie

Sandwich Cookies with Chai Latte

Oatmeal Cookies with White Chocolate and Ginger

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The “edible cookie dough for 2” is a recipe that requires only two ingredients: flour and sugar. The dough is then rolled into small balls and baked in the oven.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the 3 types of cookie dough?

A: Cookies are either made from white or brown sugar, they may also be referred to as drop cookies. They can be iced and decorated with frosting, chocolate chips, sprinkles, nuts and other toppings.
Chocolate chip cookie dough is typically a combination of shortbread crust pieces mixed with soft butter-flavored dough that has been blended into the mixture along with flour and cocoa powder for deep chocolate flavor.
Almond biscotti is a type of Italian almond cookie that uses ground almonds in place of traditional wheat flour so its more moist than most baking recipes would require. The crunchy texture comes from the addition of breadcrumbs on top which then gets baked until crisp around the edges before being dipped in icing sugar

Can you eat raw cookie dough?

A: Yes.

What is the difference between cookie dough and cookie dough?

A: Cookie dough is made from a basic mixture of flour, sugar, egg and butter. It can also contain chocolate chips or nuts for an added flavor twist.

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