This Paleo Edible Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough tastes JUST like the real thing. I mean exactly like the real thing.
You know when you get a craving for cookie dough? NOT cookies but just straight up raw dough? Yeah, THIS is the recipe you need for when that happens.
Paleo treats aren’t that cheap to buy or to make and usually I just want a bit of it and not a whole pan of brownies or batch of truffles. When I started developing this recipe I figured I’d throw some ingredients together and see how it turned out and if it was terrible I didn’t waste much since I was only making one serving. Well lo and behold it was epicly delicious. I remember running to Alex and telling him to try it and he freaked out just as much as I did.
One taste of the cookie dough and I was floored. Like absolutely in shock that this 2 second concoction tasted exactly like real cookie dough. If you had given me this before I had any clue what Paleo was I wouldn’t have known any difference in it versus the toll house cookie recipe that sits on the back of a Crisco can.
One bite and it took me straight back into the kitchen when I was little scooping cookie dough out of the bowl with my fingers when no one was looking.
What makes this a healthier treat? Well, there’s no granulated sugar, no white flour and no milk and it still taste like the cookie dough we all know and love. Turns out you really can have your
cake cookie dough and eat it too.
A few simple ingredients and 2 minutes is all you need. Simply throw all of the ingredients into a food processor and let it go for a minute until creamy. While this is Paleo it does have grass-fed butter in it. I know some people still don’t eat butter so maybe try using solidified coconut butter or oil and see how it turns out. If you do let me know!
P.S… This awesome cookie dough is now used in my Cookie Dough Paleo Cheesecake that’s complete with a brownie crust as well as these Cookie Dough Fudgesicles and Cookie Dough Truffles – Check them out!
Paleo Edible Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
- Combine all ingredients (except chocolate) in a blender and blend until smooth.
- Taste and see if you need a bit more honey, vanilla, or salt depending on your taste. If you do just add a little bit at a time until you're satisfied.
- Stir in the chocolate and serve.
- *I use a wildflower honey that's a bit milder than normal honey so the flavor isn't so pronounced.