First up you need to heat-treat the flour to make sure it’s safe to eat raw. Simply pop the flour into a bowl and heat on high power until it reaches 74°C throughout, you can use a thermometer to test the temperature. If you do not have a thermometer it usually takes about 1 minute 15 seconds to reach this temperature but make sure you heat in 20 second bursts stirring the flour between bursts to ensure it heats evenly. Set aside to cool.
Pop the butter, sugars and Vanilla Extract into a large bowl and beat together until smooth and creamed. Stir in your flour and evaporated milk, add the milk a little at a time as you might not need it all. Finally stir through the Chocolate Chunks.
Pop your edible cookie dough into a container and store in the fridge until you are ready to serve/use it!
For a triple chocolatey cookie dough add white and dark Chocolate Chunks to your mixture.
Your edible cookie dough will keep for 2 days stored in a airtight container in the fridge or you can freeze it for up to 3 months.
|Per Serving||Per 100 g / ml|
|Fat||23.81 g||21.45 g|
|Carbohydrate||63.77 g||57.45 g|
|Protein||5.48 g||4.94 g|
We need these cookies and similar technologies to enable the basic functions of our website. This includes, for example, saving these settings. This is strictly necessary so that you cannot switch this off.
We also use technology providers who may process your data in the United States. In this case, there is a potential risk that US security services may access your data on a large scale and without prior notice, and that you may not be able to take effective legal action against this in the United States.
To ensure that we can tailor our marketing campaigns to your needs, we collect how you come to our website and how you interact with our advertisements. This helps us to make not only our ads, but also our content even better for you. Our marketing partners also use this information for their own purposes, e.g. to personalise your account or profile on their platform.
We also work with partners who may process your data in the United States. In this case, there is a potential risk that US security services may access your data on a large scale and without prior notice, and that you may not be able to take effective legal action against this in the United States.