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WW Friendly Edible Cookie Dough

 Who can resist a WW Friendly Edible Cookie Dough? This it WW Friendly Edible Cookie Dough is sinfully delicious, and so easy to make! This WW Friendly Cookie Dough Edible is safe to eat straight from the bowl-go on..try it!  I won’t judge you! ENJOY! 

Makes 1 cup

What ingredients do I need to make this WW Friendly Edible Cookie Dough?

  • All purpose flour-BE SURE to heat treat the all purpose flour by microwaving the flour for 1-2 minutes in a microwaveable bowl or until the flour until it reaches at least 165 degrees. This will eliminate and kill all bacteria in the flour. 
  • Light butter– softened-I like to use Land O’ Lake light butter made with canola oil. If you use unsalted light butter you’ll want to add 1/8 tsp salt to the flour.
  • Regular light brown sugar– unpacked- if you wanted you could substitute the regular brown sugar for a zero point brown sugar substitute- such as: Lakanto Golden Monk-Fruit Sweetener, Swerve brown sugar, or Surkin Gold. Be sure to check the back of the sweetener package you use for the equivalent of regular sugar.  This substitution will save you 1 point per serving. However; if I’m being honest-when it comes to creating recipes I LOVE using Lakanto monk fruit sweeteners vs. regular sugar. HOWEVER- when it’s comes to using sweeteners in recipes that don’t require cooking I tend to opt for a small amount of regular sugar vs. sweetener. The erythritol in sweeteners can have a strong cooling effect-which isn’t my favorite. 
  • Vanilla extract
  • Skim milk- or you can use unsweetened almond or coconut milk as a substitute.
  • Sugar Free Chocolate chips and/or sprinkles-I recommend ChocZero milk chocolate chips, Lily’s sugar free milk chocolate chips, or Lakanto sugar free chocolate chips. You can omit the sugar free chocolate chips and use sprinkles instead or why not make use them both?! 

Where can I purchase ChocZero sugar-free chocolate chips?

You can buy ChoZero sugar-free milk chocolate chips HERE online. Save yourself 10% using discount code pounddropper at checkout!

Is this WW Friendly Edible Cookie Dough to eat?

According to the CDC, flour may not look raw, but typically it is. It can be contaminated with various bacteria including E. Coli. This means it hasn’t been treated to kill germs such as Escherichia coli (E. coli), which causes foodborne illness. Bacteria is killed only when food made with flour is cooked. Therefore, it is critically that you don’t skip STEP 1- which is to heat up the flour prior to making this edible cookie dough! 

Raw eggs are another ingredient in uncooked batter and dough that can make you sick. Raw or lightly cooked eggs can contain Salmonella, a germ that causes food poisoning- This edible cookie dough recipe eliminates those risks because it’s made WITHOUT eggs and the all purpose raw flour is heated up to kill any bacteria. 

How do I make this WW Friendly Edible Cookie Dough?

Put flour in a microwave-safe bowl. Heat for 75 seconds, remove from microwave and set aside to cool.

In a small mixing bowl cream together the soft light butter, and brown sugar until it’s nice and smooth.

Add in the milk and vanilla and continue mixing until well combined. 

Mix in the flour until well incorporated and dough is formed. 

Fold in chocolate chips and/or sprinkles. 

Stir until chocolate chips are well incorporated. 

Place plastic wrap over cookie dough and refrigerate for 10 minutes before serving.

Using a tablespoon form dough into 16 cookie ball servings.. 

Enjoy!!

Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Put flour in a microwave-safe bowl. Heat for 75 seconds, remove from microwave and set aside to cool.
  2. In a small mixing bowl cream together the butter, and sugar until it’s nice and fluffy. Add in the milk and vanilla and continue mixing until well combined. 
  3. Mix in the flour until well incorporated and dough is formed. If needed, add additional milk, for desired consistency.
  4. Fold in chocolate chips and/or sprinkles. 
  5. Place plastic wrap over cookie dough and refrigerate for 10 minutes before serving.
  6. Remove from fridge. Using a tablespoon form dough into 16 cookie ball servings.
  7. Enjoy!!

 

Makes 1 cup or 16 Tablespoons

1 PersonalPoints™ for 1 Tablespoon or 3 Personal Points for 2 Tablespoons

*This number shows the PersonalPoints™ range. The points will vary based on your individualized plan. 

How do I know how many points this is on my WW individualized plan? 

Click the link below to go to the recipe builder. You’ll first need to sign into your WW account and then the recipe builder will upload. Be sure to edit the recipe with any ingredients that you use that are different. The recipe builder is the most accurate way to create, obtain, and track the Personal Points on your individualized plan. 

*The recipe builder link only works for WW members located in the United States. If you are located outside of the United States, you’ll need to access the WW app manually to create the recipe in the recipe builder. 

Notes:

Yield: 1 cup or 16 Tablespoons

WW Friendly Edible Cookie Dough

WW Friendly Edible Cookie Dough

Who can resist a WW Friendly Edible Cookie Dough? This it WW Friendly Edible Cookie Dough is sinfully delicious, and so easy to make! This WW Friendly Cookie Dough Edible is safe to eat straight from the bowl -go on..try it! ENJOY!

Author: thepounddropper.com

Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute 15 seconds
Additional Time 10 minutes
Total Time 14 minutes 15 seconds

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup all purpose flour
  • 2 Tbsp light butter*(see notes) softened-I use Land O’ Lake light butter made with canola oil 
  • 3 Tbsp light brown sugar 
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 Tbsp skim milk
  • 1.0 oz. or 2 Tbsp Sugar-free milk chocolate chips and/or sprinkles-I recommend ChocZero milk chocolate chips, Lily's sugar free milk chocolate chips, or Lakanto sugar free chocolate chips.

Instructions

  1. Pour the flour into a microwave-safe bowl. Heat for 75 seconds, remove from microwave and set aside to cool.
  2. In a small mixing bowl cream together the butter, and sugar until it’s nice and smooth. Add in the milk and vanilla and continue mixing until well combined. 
  3. Mix in the flour until well incorporated and until dough is formed. 
  4. Fold in chocolate chips and/or sprinkles. Stir until chocolate chips are well incorporated. 
  5. Place plastic wrap over cookie dough and refrigerate for 10 minutes before serving.
  6. Remove from fridge. Using a tablespoon form dough into 16 cookie ball servings.
  7. Enjoy!!


    Makes 1 cup or 16 Tablespoons

    1 PersonalPoints™ for 1 tablespoon or 3 PersonalPoints for 2 tablespoons

Notes


      Smartpoints: GREEN/BLUE/PURPLE: 1 Smarpoint for 1 Tbsp or 3 Smartpoints for 2 Tbsp or 5 smartpoints for 1/4 cup or 1 Smartpoint PER Tbsp if you use a zero point brown sugar substitute.

    • If you are using unsalted butter, add 1/8 tsp salt to the flour before microwaving.
    • The overall point values would be the same for the ChocZero milk chocolate chips, Lily's sugar free milk chocolate chips, and/or Lakanto sugar free chocolate chips.
    • This edible dough is not intended for baking cookies because it does NOT contain a leavening agent-therefore this dough should not be cooked. 
    • Store leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

16

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 36Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 1mgSodium: 12mgCarbohydrates: 6gNet Carbohydrates: 5gFiber: 1gSugar: 1gProtein: 1g

Do not use the WW nutritional calculator to calculate points. The nutritional calculator does take zero point food ingredients into consideration and will not be accurate. Personal Point values and nutritional information is estimated and calculated using the brand of ingredients listed in the recipe. PersonalPoints values may vary depending on the brand of ingredients used and depending on your customized zero point foods list.

Kathleen

Tuesday 25th of January 2022

Thanks for sharing! Could almond flour be a substitute, to make gluten free?

Lindsay Kehl

Friday 28th of January 2022

Hi Kathleen,

Yes, you can use gluten-free flour or almond flour as a substitute for the all purpose flour!

jan

Sunday 23rd of January 2022

Works great! Lovely cookie dough texture & taste. I use an Erythritol/Monkfruit blend for sweetener, & the Lily's (stevia) Choc Chips.

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Melanie

Friday 23rd of April 2021

Hi! I love your recipes! I have a question about the edible cookie dough recipe. When I heated the flour for 75 seconds in the microwave it smelled burnt and had "melted" together. Is there a minimum time that will render the flour safe without microwaving for the full 75 seconds? Or can I use a lower setting? Thanks for any help you can give.

Lindsay Kehl

Sunday 25th of April 2021

Hi Melanie

Yes, microwave heat can vary. I recommend heating it and stirring it in increments of 30 seconds, if that happened. That will help so the flour doesn't clump or burn.

Thanks

Beverly

Thursday 5th of November 2020

I am a cookie-dough-aholic. I have been wanting some for so long so I made this hoping for the best... and it is.the.best!!! OMG make sure you use the right brown sugar so you can enjoy the larger serving; you are going to want it. Delicious!

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