The Edible Cookie Dough Cookbook

75 Recipes for Incredibly Delectable Doughs You Can Eat Right Off the Spoon

by Olivia Hops

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I have to say that I fell in love with the idea of this book before I even read it!

By just reading the title, I was taken back years ago to my silly childhood when I would lick the spoon my mom used to mix the cookie dough. Or run my finger over a bowl almost empty with the hope of grabbing just a tiny bit more of that delicious raw cookie dough.

When I grew up and was able to make cookies by myself, I always took a spoonful of raw cookie dough before baking the cookies. It was a real treat for me.

Later in life, I was told that eating cookie dough raw has dangerous potential.
I didn’t stop my habit that quickly, but gradually I stopped eating raw cookie dough.

Until I found this little gem, that not only has 75 magnificent recipes. But also a set of instructions to make your cookie dough safe to be eaten raw!
That list of steps is so valuable for me because, after years of avoiding eating any more raw cookie dough, I can finally get back to my delicious treat that reminds me of a happy childhood without the fears that accompany it.

Although I haven’t tried all 75 recipes, I spied over every recipe to have a taste of what is included in this book.
And each recipe seems more fun to try than the one before. So much potential!

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The Edible Cookie Dough Cookbook

Although I think that nothing can beat a traditional sugar cookie, or chocolate chip cookie, I’m also very exited to try more and more of the recipes in this book.

Not only I want to eat raw, as the book was intended, but I’m also very curious as how each dough will taste like when baked. After all they are cookie recipes.

I would recommend this book to anyone that wants to safely eat raw cookie dough.

All the recipes are easy to follow, you get plenty of ideas, and overall a big variety!
It will probable take me years to try every single one, as cookies is not something I would make on a daily basis. But this just means there is a lot of fun to look forward to.

I also consider this book to be a fun gift. I know my sister would appreciate in enormously, also missing the old days of raw cookie dough fiesta. And in the same manner I’m sure you also know someone that would be delighted with this book.

Disclosure: I received a complementary digital copy of this book with the suppose of reviewing it.

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