This YUMMY Cookie Dough Doesn’t Require Eggs. You Know What That Means? Dig In!

This YUMMY Cookie Dough Doesn’t Require Eggs. You Know What That Means? Dig In!

Ashley Rego

I’ll fight anyone who tries to argue with me that there is anything more sinfully delicious than raw cookie dough.

The smooth and creamy texture, the pure and unadulterated sweetness, the rebellious act of indulging in something you know you shouldn’t – cookie dough you can do no wrong – except maybe give us a bad case of salmonella (lol). 

While you might enjoy playing Russian Roulette with this infectious disease, those who have been endured its symptoms might advise against this tempt with fate. I know, I know – much easier said than done.

I, more than anyone, know how hard it is to resist licking the bowl of that alluring batter, speckled with chunks of chocolate, sparkles of crystalized sugar pulling you under its hypnotizing spell. But alas, I put the spoon down and reluctantly place the uncooked dough into the oven, my stomach humbly thanking my mature decision.


But just when I surrender to sadness, this genius recipe from Kailley’s Kitchen enters my life! With ingredients that are fully acceptable to consume, IN THE RAW, our tummy’s can rejoice as we pamper them with delectable, edible, eggless cookie dough! 


Thanks to this miracle concoction, may all your salmonella fears be put to rest! In fact, the following recipe was made for the sole purpose to be eaten as is!  



1 stick unsalted butter, softened
6 Tablespoons light brown sugar
6 Tablespoons refined sugar
1 cup plus 2 Tablespoons all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract (I like Nielsen-Massey brand)
2 Tablespoons whole milk
2/3 cup milk chocolate chips (you can substitute whatever you’d like, including semi-sweet morsels, white chocolate chips and Craisins, chopped walnuts, butterscotch chips, shredded coconut, and more!)


Add butter, sugars, and vanilla extract to the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment, beat until smooth
Add flour, baking soda, and salt to wet ingredients and mix
Add milk and mix until dough is firm and smooth
Fold in chocolate chips with a wooden spoon (or desired mix-ins)
Wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate for up to 2 days or freeze for up to 3 months

So forget everything your mom once told you and sink your teeth into a big hunk of this incredible cookie dough. Whether mixed in with a heaping scoop of ice cream, smothered in a cascade of gooey hot fudge, or enjoyed alone in its simple, perfect existence, don’t be shy – dig in!

Don’t be selfish with this gem of a recipe, SHARE the love and pass it on!


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