Yummy Edible Chocolate Chip Dough
The truth is that I would rather eat the cookie dough for chocolate chip cookies than the baked cookies. This recipe for yummy edible chocolate chip cookie dough is super easy and delicious. There are even ways to create variations of it to make it festive and fun for celebrations. Because it has no eggs, it is edible immediately upon mixing. That totally works for me (and my kiddos)! We love sweet treats around here, not only to eat but to package up and give as gifts. This Edible Chocolate Chip Dough is an awesome one.
Did you know that National Chocolate Chip Day is celebrated on May 15th. Did you know that Chocolate Chip Cookies have their very own day too? Chocolate Chip Cookie Day is celebrated on August 4th. There are so many reasons to get this recipe added to your go-to ones for fun, quick and festive treats. It is super easy to make and adorable when put in a jar to be given as a gift to a friend, teacher or neighbor.
Ingredients for Edible Chocolate Chip Dough
This is what you will need to make it (aka ingredients). The flour could be standard baking flour but could also be gluten free. There are so many great gluten free flour choices out there on the market these days which makes me so happy!
- 3/4 C Packed Light Brown Sugar
- 1 Stick Butter Softened (I prefer salted.)
- 2 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 1 C Flour (If desired, use 1to1 gluten free flour!)
- 1/8 C Milk
- 1 C Chocolate Chips (Whichever kind you like the best!)
Directions to make Edible Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
- Cream together the brown sugar and the butter then add the vanilla.
- Mix in the flour, then the milk.
- Stir in the chocolate chips.
The little tags are perfect for May 15th if you are all about celebration Chocolate Chip Day. Just print and add them to your Edible Chocolate Chip Dough! Around here we like to celebrate everything we love and we LOVE chocolate chips! Adding a little gift tag to a jar of this delicious treats makes a great gifty to give away. I know I would be thrilled to get this from a friend, especially during a long day at work.
You can download the tags free HERE and get started with your gifting.
ZoZo was super excited about eating it. I could barely get photographs before she was on the move! She loves the Edible Chocolate Chip Dough as an after school treat. She loves to make it with me too.
Ways to Use Free Printables
You might have seen this list from me before but I think it is worth sharing over and over. Sometimes the people in the back need to hear things a few times, right? There are so many great ways to use free printables. Here are some of my favorites.
- Print them and mail in an envelope with a stamp. Snail mail rocks.
- Batch some up to make an activity book. This is great for a road trip!
- Print and use at a place setting on the table to create a conversation starter.
- Add them to goody bags. By the way, goody bags are not just for birthday parties.
- Package them up with your favorite markers and crayons to give as a gift.
- Drop a few off at the local coffee shop with fun pencils to spread some happy.
- Cut them up to make cards, gift wrap and decorations.
BEST Tools For Working With Free Printables like the Edible Chocolate Chip Dough Tags
These are my favorite tools and art supplies to use with free printables and why I love them too.
- Printer – This Laser Printer is inexpensive and works like a charm. It even works with Alexa. Bonus!
- Scissors – Lots of printables can be cut up to create decorations and cards and things like that.
- Markers and Crayons – All thing ooly work the best for me. I LOVE all of their markers, pencils and crayons.
- Colored Pencils – For adult coloring, PRISM makes the colored pencils that I love to use most.
- Twine – For creating banners and garlands from printables, I love this twine best.
- Adhesive – Lots of printables have pieces that get cut out and put together. This is my fave tape runner!
Chocolate Chip Games and Ideas – More Than Edible Chocolate Chip Dough
If you are ready to celebrate the chocolate chip, here is a fun game you can make with Kunin Group felt. I sewed the chips with dark brown and filled them with rice. I made the cookie with light brown and sewed it to silverish/gray to be the cookie sheet.
Here are the rules!
You can create an estimation jar too. They are fun in classrooms and work places too. Everyone loves a contest and prizes! Estimating is a great skill to work on with kids in a classroom or school setting. It is also really fun to attach to a great prize, like a year supply of cookies!
I know, chocolate crazy overload. One last picture…what do you think about this for a snack? I love cold milk with baked cookies too.
Cheers to Chocolate Chips and Celebrating and the Things,
If you like this fun recipe idea, you might also like chocolate chips in pumpkin muffins. This is a great gluten free baking recipe that creates a great little baked treat to gift during the autumn season.