Cookie Dough Recipe (for Ice Cream!)

I’m not a huge ice cream fan. If I’m eating dessert, I like a proper dessert with ice cream as an accompaniment. My husband is different.  A bowl of ice cream makes him very, very, very (VERY) happy.  He’s easy to please. And the kids love ice cream too.

I have been playing with an cookie dough recipe for ice cream so we could have a ice cream night at home for a treat. And this is a rare treat because it’s horribly unhealthy! But soooo good so everyone tells me! Part of the fun is you get to smash the cookie dough into the ice cream.

This would be a fun idea for birthday parties too.

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe for Ice Cream

Ingredients

40 grams butter

100 grams (1/2 cup) white sugar

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Pinch salt

150 grams (1 cup) plain flour

75 ml (1/3 cup) milk

100 grams choc chips (optional)

Instructions 

1. Cream butter and sugar together with a beater. (I used Thermomix Speed 6 for 6 seconds).

2. Add vanilla, salt and flour and half the milk and combine. (I used Thermomix  Speed 6 for 6 seconds).

3. Add the remaining milk, a little at a time, until the mixture is a dough (you may not need all the milk).

4. Stir in choc chips if desired at this point. (The stir function on the Thermomix works well.)

5. The dough should be well formed but still quite sticky.

I recently made 2 batches: one with choc chips and one without.

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe for Ice Cream

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe for Ice Cream

6. Place cookie dough on a section of glad wrap or baking paper. Cover and press down so the dough is quite flat (1-2 cm).

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe for Ice Cream

7. Freeze for at least half an hour.

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe for Ice Cream

8. Remove dough from plastic and cut into small sections on a board (roughly 1-2cm cubes).

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe for Ice Cream

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe for Ice Cream

9. Place cookie dough bites in a plastic container and rerun to the freezer for whenever you want to use them.

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe for Ice Cream

10. When serving, it’s fun to smash it all together. I used a sturdy plastic plate. Add ice cream, a few cookie dough bites and smashed it together with a spoon before serving in a bowl or cone. Keep unused cookie dough pieces in the freezer.

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe for Ice Cream

Everyone was very (very) pleased.

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe for Ice Cream

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe for Ice Cream

Edible Cookie Dough for Ice Cream
Serves 10
Make your own cookie dough to add to vanilla ice cream.
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
30 min
Total Time
40 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
30 min
Total Time
40 min
Ingredients
  1. 40 grams butter
  2. 100 grams (1/2 cup) white sugar
  3. 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  4. Pinch salt
  5. 150 grams (1 cup) plain flour
  6. 75 ml (1/3 cup) milk
  7. 100 grams choc chips (optional)
Instructions
  1. Cream butter and sugar together with a beater, food processor or Thermomix.
  2. Add vanilla, salt and flour and half the milk and combine.
  3. Add the remaining milk, a little at a time, until the mixture is a dough (you may not need all the milk).
  4. Stir in choc chips if desired at this point.
  5. The dough should be well formed but still quite sticky.
  6. Place cookie dough on a section of glad wrap or baking paper. Cover and press down so the dough is quite flat (approx 1-2 cm thick).
  7. Freeze for at least half an hour.
  8. Remove from plastic and cut into small bite size sections on a board (approx 1-2 cm cubes).
  9. Place cookie dough bites in a plastic container and rerun to the freezer when required.
  10. When serving, smash ice cream and cook dough together with a spoon on a sturdy plastic plate or board.
  11. Serve in a bowl or cone.
Notes
  1. Note: Keep unused cookie dough pieces in the freezer.
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