Edible Sugar Cookie Dough For One

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You can safely enjoy some sugar cookie dough without worries of eating raw eggs or feeling too guilty! Edible Sugar Cookie Dough will safely satisfy your sweet tooth!

I get tempted to eat cookie dough every time I bake cookies.  The worries of consuming raw eggs keep me from doing so.  And then there’s the calories to worry about.  

I just want a small serving of cookie dough to satisfy that my tooth!  Is that too much to ask?  

You can safely enjoy some sugar cookie dough without worries of eating raw eggs or feeling too guilty! This Edible Sugar Cookie Dough will safely satisfy your sweet tooth! This edible sugar cookie dough recipe is the perfect amount so you won't feel too guilty!

In hopes of answering that dilemma, I came up with the awesome Edible Cookie Dough for One recipe.  One of my readers asked me a great question about that recipe:

Can I use regular sugar to make sugar cookie dough mix?  My son likes sugar cookie dough and I’m just curious how this can be adapted for that.

After doing some fun and tasty experimenting, I developed the Sugar Cookie Dough For One recipe that satisfies a sweet tooth without feeling too guilty!

Edible Sugar Cookie Dough For One 

Edible Sugar Cookie Dough For One
Serves 1
A delicious way to enjoy sugar cookie dough without worries of eggs or feeling too guilty!
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Prep Time
10 min
Total Time
10 min
Prep Time
10 min
Total Time
10 min
Ingredients
  1. 1/2 cup white sugar
  2. 2 TBSP butter, softened (not melted)
  3. 1/8 tsp vanilla
  4. 1 and 1/2 TBSP milk
  5. 1/3 cup flour
  6. A pinch of salt
  7. Optional add-ins like: chocolate chips, M&Ms, nuts, etc.
Instructions
  1. Combine softened butter and sugar with a mixer on low for just under a minute until well blended.
  2. Gently stir in vanilla, milk, flour and salt with a spoon.
  3. Then combine the mixture with a mixer on low for about 30 seconds.
  4. If you have add-ins, stir them in with a spoon.
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Now I can safely enjoy some sugar cookie dough without worries of eating raw eggs or feeling too guilty!

If you like brown sugar based cookies, you may also enjoy this Edible Cookie Dough for One recipe!

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  1. I just tried this and it tasted delicous but I felt it was not firm enough and i wanted it like a real cookie dough texture so i put down some flour, and rolled the cookie dough in it till i formed a ball then i left it in the fridge fr about 25 minutes and then it was just like real cookie dough! Thats just how i like it but the recipe is amazing!

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  4. I made this for my daughter’s 11 birthday party it was a sleepover.I add a hint of birthday cake extract and tinted it pink and it was big hit I love the idea

  5. I halfed this, because it seemed like a little more than one serving. Replaced milk with eggnog for a holiday treat. Thanks for the relish recipe!

  6. I love this recipe😍😘. I is really good if you add some cinnamon & chocolate syrup. Yum yum😘🍧

  7. i think this recipe is great but my one critique is that it is so overpoweringly sweet! I can’t eat more than a quarter of the bowl before I have to put it away. any advice on how to fix this for myself?

    • I do have a pretty big sweet tooth so this may be over sweet for some. Sometimes I just eat a little bit at a time and save the rest for later. That might be a good solution for you πŸ™‚

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  9. Definitely craving some sweetness tonight and this recipe is so gonna happen! πŸ™‚ sounds delicious! Can’t wait to try! Thanks for posting it!!

  10. I love how adaptable this recipe is! My cookie-dough-guilty-pleasure is for peanut butter cookies, so I replaced half the butter with a tablespoon and a half of peanut butter, and added a bit of extra flour to make up for the difference. Perfection!

      • I definitely did not just make this with peanut butter and peanut butter chips. no way, that would be a terrible thing for me to have done…

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    • It is pretty amazing–I hope you enjoy it while watching Downton Abbey! That’s one show I’ve been wanting to see. I may have to steal your plan and do that myself πŸ˜‰

    • The trick is to make it when the kids aren’t around πŸ˜‰ Or if you share a little with them that will cut down on your calories. Either way it’s a win-win!

  12. Mmmm…this going to save my life…or at least my hips! πŸ™‚ It will be so nice to eat one serving of cookie dough without having to eat a dozen of cookies! Not to mention this recipe is excellent since it is egg-free. Best of all, I have all these ingredients in my kitchen right now. OK, I’m headed to my kitchen now. Thanks for sharing this one!
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  13. Oh my goodness, this looks amazing…and like it’s the perfect amount to feed the craving. Of course, I would have to triple the recipe for the kids…and maybe quadruple it to have a bit leftover for myself. Oh boy, this recipe could be very dangerous! πŸ˜‰
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    • Sometimes I share a little with the kids since it cuts down on the calories! Or if I’m feeling selfish I hide it in the back of the fridge! So you can triple it, share it, or hide it. Tons of possibilities!