Edible (Eggless) Cookie Dough Recipe

This edible (eggless) cookie dough is a special treat that my husband really loves! If you’ve read my eBook, “10 Actionable Items Wives Can Start Doing Today to Save Their Marriage,” you know that it’s important to show small acts of kindness to your husband. One way I show love to my hubby is through his tummy. I keep mental notes on his eye raising reactions when I make something that really hits his spot.


The Packers were playing a pre-season game Saturday night so I decided to make a snack that I knew my husband would enjoy. I recruited my very favorite kitchen helper!





Around here, you reap what you sow. Even if it’s cookie dough!





The day is quickly approaching when he won’t be able to fit on the counter to help me anymore. Until then, we are making the most of our counter space!





I could put this in any old container I have and call it a day, but I wanted to have a special container that was associated with only cookie dough. I don’t go too crazy with details, I would never get anything done. But small details, like this one, goes a long way. Making this cookie dough makes my husband feel loved!


I found this container at the Dollar Store. I mean, if it’s not at the Dollar Store, do you really need it?! HA!





I packed it full of TLC (Tender Loving Care)!







If your family loves cookie dough, this batch makes a perfect portion for everyone to have a spoonful or two (or three) to get their cookie dough fix. It’s a quick and easy creamy recipe with chocolate chips packed in every bite! Everyone will love it!


If your husband doesn’t find the same pleasure in cookie dough that mine does, then make him something else you know he enjoys!





Edible (Eggless) Cookie Dough

Total Time 10 minutes


  • 1 stick Salted Butter, Softened
  • 3/4 cup Brown Sugar, Packed
  • 2 tsp Vanilla
  • 1 cup Flour
  • 2 tbsp Milk
  • 1 cup Hersey's Chocolate Chips


  1. With a hand mixer, cream together softened butter and brown sugar. Add in vanilla.

  2. Mix in flour. (Note: The mixture will be crumbly)

  3. Mix in milk. (Note: The mixture will start to look like cookie dough!)

  4. Fold in chocolate chips. 

  5. Scoop and enjoy! 


  1. Sella | 18th Sep 17

    Love this post!! I’m looking the easy recipe that i could try with my toddler seem this one is great 😀

    • jfisher | 18th Sep 17

      It’s very easy to make and delicious, too! Thank you for stopping by and enjoy!

  2. Rhonda Swan | 18th Sep 17

    YUM to an unstoppable recipe and great pics too.

    • jfisher | 22nd Sep 17

      Thank you so much for your compliments and for stopping by! Come again!!

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