A new cookie dough has been mixed together to create a cookie dough dip. This dip is safe to eat, unlike traditional cookie dough that is used to bake cookies with. Here the dough is made with a combination of ingredients that will provide the same wonderful flavor remembered from the past without having to worry about salmonella, E coli or other food-borne illnesses.
How many times has the news mentioned eating cookie dough can be potentially dangerous for your health? Probably more times than one can count. The reasons for this have been proven and the results can be quite serious is those who consume the mixture falls ill. Everyone has heard the health warnings about eating cookie dough, or licking the beaters after mixing a cake. Doing this, can be dangerous, causing a higher risk of contacting E coli from the raw eggs in the batters. There is also the possibility of an increased chance of becoming sick from salmonellosis, a food-borne illness.
Now everyone can mix up a batch of this delicious tasting dip that tastes just like cookie dough and enjoy it to their heart’s content. Serve the dip with plain or honey graham crackers, sugar cookies, shortbread cookies or splurge a little while trying to stay on that diet by scooping up a little into some celery sticks.
- 1 (8 ounce) package of cream cheese, room temperature
- 1 cup of semi-sweet or milk chocolate chips
- 1 cup of confectioner’s sugar
- ½ cup of dark brown sugar
- ½ cup or 1 stick of unsalted butter, cut into cubes
- 1 ½ teaspoons of vanilla
- 1 small pinch of salt
- In a medium sized saucepan combine and stir the butter, brown sugar and salt together until the sugar dissolves into the melted butter.
- Remove the pan from the stove and stir in the vanilla.
- Place the pan aside and allow the mixture to cool until it reaches room temperature.
- While the buttered sugar is cooling down, take a medium sized mixing bowl out and use a hand mixer to combine the cream cheese and confectioner’s sugar together, for approximately 2-4 minutes or until it turns light and fluffy.
- Now gradually add in the buttered sugar mixture into the cream cheese mixture and beat with the electric mixer for 2 minutes or until combined.
- Use a spatula or wooden spoon to fold in the chocolate chips.
- Transfer the cookie dough dip into a serving bowl or small individual dishes that have air-tight lids, then place in the refrigerator and serve cold.