These easy, no bake Raw Cookie Dough Bites are the perfect bite-sized treat to satisfy your sweet tooth! They take less than 5 minutes to whip up and will last in the freezer for weeks!
Raw Cookie Dough Without Eggs
Raw cookie dough? Come onnnn…
If you don’t enjoy eating raw cookie dough, we have to sit down and talk…
I mean, cookie dough ice cream is Derek and my go-to ice cream.
I really don’t know why I waited so long to make these.
They are the best way to get in your cookie dough fix without having to worry about the “salmonella poisoning” that all of our mother’s would warn us about…
And now that I have a little one running around wanting to try everything mommy tries, I would like to give him some raw cookie dough too without the worry that typically comes with it.
So these cookie dough bites are the answer!
When Derek’s inner cookie monster comes, I know I can just pull a few out of the freezer and satisfy his sweet tooth without having to even touch the oven!
Mini Chips For Mini Bites
I chose to use mini chips for these raw cookie dough bites because they are bite-sized.
If you use the regular sized chips, they wont look right or taste the same in my opinion. You will get big chunks of chocolate chips instead of the mini bites nicely distributed.
The mini chips are easy to find and perfect for this recipe! I used semi-sweet but use whatever kind you like!
One tip that I would recommend, use a mini ice cream scoop to get perfect sized bites! Then cut them in half for minis!
These bites also freeze very well so I like to prepare a large batch and freeze them in one of those large freezer bags!
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Raw Cookie Dough Bites
- 1 Stick Salted Butter
- 1/2 Cup Brown Sugar + 2 tbsp. white sugar
- 1 Tsp. Vanilla
- 1 Cup Flour
- 1/2 Cup Mini Chocolate Chips
- Whip room temperature butter and sugar together for 2 minutes on high.
- Add vanilla and gradually add in your flour. *If dough is too sticky to roll into a ball, add a little more flour. (Be careful not to add too much!)
- Using a mini ice cream scoop to scoop dough before you roll into balls. You can choose to cut the balls in half before you roll them for mini versions! (That is what I did) Place the bites in the refrigerator to harden a bit or stash a container in the freezer for frozen cookie dough bites for weeks! Enjoy!