Thursday, 1 November 2012

No-bake cookie dough bites



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21 comments:

  1. This very cool. Think I'm going to take your approach and pop one in the bowl, then one in my mouth. I'm the same with eating the batter, I love the taste of creamed butter and sugar. Oh god yeah! x

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  2. Oh.My.Goodness. I eat the batter too..now I can say I'm just eating the finished product haha (for once!) I love the idea of making them into truffles for the ultimate decadent treat. Wow!

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  3. Pretty sure I should never make these ever...way too dangerous. When you bake things do you typically use salted or unsalted butter?

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  4. i recently started seeing no bake cookie dough on pinterest lately. this looks seriously amazing! i really love all form of unbaked dough!

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  5. This is perfect - I've been looking for an eggless cookie dough recipe to put in my homemade ice cream, and the one I tried so far was very crumbly and fell apart. This looks like it would be PERFECT for that!

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  6. I both love and hate you for this recipe. LOL I think I'll make it at my sister's and share the love/guilt.

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  7. Okay, I made these today and these are the changes I came up with:
    - A splash of vanilla, because I'm accustomed to vanilla in my chocolate chip cookies
    - A scant pinch of salt, to offset some of the sweetness from the sugars & vanilla
    - Semisweet chocolate chips, because I pretty much always use them instead of milk chocolate

    These appear to be the changes you took out of the original recipe which I only just realized is the case, which means I came up with these independently which means go me! I'm learning to cook!

    Otherwise...these are quite great. :)

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  8. These look deeeeelicious! The best part about cookies to me is the dough so I imagine these would definitely hit the spot. I want to put them in a plastic baggy and carry them around in my purse to snack on all day long ;)

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  9. So cute, I could pop many, many!!

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  10. need U.S. conversion ;)

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    1. Sorry Anon, I'm not American so I'm not sure why you think I'd give the American measurements! I can't please everyone so instead I just give the recipe I used.

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    2. I too am looking for the American measurements. I tried to google the conversion, but I guess it's pretty different. Thanks anyways! Looks delicious!

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    3. http://allrecipes.com/howto/cup-to-gram-conversions/

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  11. After all the questions about cups and such, let me just say: yay! finally a recipe in grams! I was getting so tired of converting things like 'a tablespoon of butter' and 'a cup, a tablespoon and 3/8 of a teaspoon of ...' into grams, haha. It's so inaccurate..
    Just curious: what happens if I actually bake these? Would that work?

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    1. I'm almost certain it wouldn't work since they don't contain egg - but if you try it let me know!

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  12. After all the questions about cups and such, let me just say: yay! finally a recipe in grams! I was getting so tired of converting things like 'a tablespoon of butter' and 'a cup, a tablespoon and 3/8 of a teaspoon of ...' into grams, haha. It's so inaccurate..
    Just curious: what happens if I actually bake these? Would that work?

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  13. So, I tried the recipe and it's delicious!!
    I also tried baking (a part of) the dough. It's quite good as long as you don't bake them too long, because they will get extremely crunchie. If you take them out after about 8(ish) minutes they become something in between cookie dough and (finished) cookie, pretty good.
    But I still prefer the dough, haha. Thanks for the recipe!

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    1. Oooh that actually sounds amazing, I love underbaked cookies! Thanks for letting me know! :)

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