Thursday, March 9, 2017

Simple 5 Minute Mint Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Dip

Simple 5 Minute Mint Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Dip is a fab quick dessert recipe. Looking for a snack during prime time TV? This is sure to be ready before the commercial break ends. If you like cookie dough, you will be bonkers over this dangerously delish treat!!!

http://www.theslowroasteditalian.com/2013/03/simple-5-minute-mint-chocolate-chip.html
 
  

Being a cookie connoisseur for many, many years I can tell you I would rather eat the dough than the cookie. {{gasp}} Shocking, I know.  Especially where chocolate chip cookie dough is concerned I have a hard time getting the dough to the oven!  I love, love, love cookie dough, almost as much as I love cheese (and that is A LOT).

After making our Mint Chocolate Oreo Cookie Trifle masterpiece I’ve had a hunkering for more mint chocolate flavor.  I searched my brain for easy desserts that I could make that did not involve much work.  I mean I work all day, who needs yet another involved task when all I really want is to dive into a bowl of cookie dough anyway?!?!

That’s it!  Mint Chocolate Cookie Dough Dip was the perfect solution to cure my cravings.  I starting thinking about my first cookie dough dip and remembered that it lacked the texture that I associate with cookie dough.  I like to feel the sugar as I devour it!  Also, Chad does not care for cream cheese...

Ah ha! The perfect solution…  Make it just like cookie dough, with a mixer.  No cooking and add flour for texture.  Ding ding ding.  We have a winner.

Mint Chocolate Cookie Dough Dip tastes just like cookie dough, with no egg!  Chad and I went totally bonkers over this dessert.  Really… the bowl, a spoon and a quiet place is all you need to go with this dessert dip.  However, if you must serve it, I recommend Oreo’s or chocolate cookies!

5 Minutes is all that stands between you and this dangerously delicious treat.


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    Simple 5 Minute Mint Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Dip

    Simple 5 Minute Mint Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Dip is a fab quick dessert recipe. Looking for a snack during prime time TV? This is sure to be ready before the commercial break ends. If you like cookie dough, you will be bonkers over this dangerously delish treat!!!

    Ingredients

    • 1/2 cup unsalted butter (1 stick), room temperature
    • 1/4 cup light brown sugar, packed
    • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
    • 2 teaspoons pure mint extract
    • 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
    • 1/4 teaspoon salt
    • 1 cup flour
    • 3 tablespoons half and half
    • 8-12 drops green food coloring
    • 1 cup mini semi-sweet chocolate chips

    Instructions

    1. Cream butter and sugars in a medium size mixing bowl.  Once mixture if light and fluffy, add extracts and salt.  Mix to combine.  With the mixer running slowly sprinkle in flour.  Mixture will become thick.  Add half and half.  Mix to combine.  Add food coloring until desired color is reached.  Mix well to combine. Stir in chocolate chips.
    2. Serve and enjoy!






    Originally published 3/13/13


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    38 comments:

    1. Oh yum, sounds amazing!

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    2. Am I missing something? I would love to try this, but don't see a recipe. :(

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      1. Hi Kathryn, It is at the bottom of the page, just above the comment section. Thanks! Donna

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      2. It is to buttery in a nutshell

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    3. I didn't see it either Kathryn! Thanks for asking! :)

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    4. Do you know if there is any way to cook these and make cookies? Yummy recipe, just wanted to know if I could make cookies! :)

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    6. Sorry but what is half and half? I'm in the UK xx

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      1. It is a mixture of milk and cream. You can substitute either milk or cream. Hope that helps! Enjoy. XOXO

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    7. Yum! This goes into my "Will Make It" recipes.

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    8. Thank you for sharing this fantastic recipe! I've scaled it down (and converted to UK grams) and included it in a mint chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream recipe on my blog. I hope you don't mind! I credited you as the creator of this very addictive cookie dough recipe!

      http://tangolikeraindrop.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/mint-chocolate-chip-cookie-dough-ice.html

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    9. This looks amazing. I am pinning it to remember for later. Thanks for the recipe.

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    10. Where would I find the plain unstuffed Oreo wafer things like in the picture????

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      1. They're not unstuffed, they're just mint cream oeros

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    11. Why does most recipes call for a stand mixer? I can't afford one and a lot of recipes just don't cut it with a hand mixer, they get all gummed up and wont turn anymore. I love the look and sound of the ingredients for the cookie dough dip. As you, I am a great cookie dough fan, and brownie dough fan and...

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      1. This one will work with a hand mixer. Let us know how it goes. Enjoy!

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    12. I'm in love with that colour!! The colour itself is so enticing. LOL

      ~Jayne
      http://www.tenacioustinkering.com

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      1. It is a mixture of 1/2 milk and 1/2 cream. You can substitute either milk or cream. Hope that helps! Enjoy. XOXO

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    14. Not sure eating raw flour is such a good idea.

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      1. I heard it's bad to eat raw flour too:(

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      2. Pretty much everything is bad for you in some scenario. Raw flour in this small of a quantity is at the bottom of my list.

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      3. You can bake the flour at 350 for 5 minutes first, and that should kill the bacteria. And I also agree that it's pretty rare for any harmful stuff to actually be in the flour anyways.

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    15. Would it be okay to use peppermint extract instead of mint extract? I don't have any mint extract and I can't run to the store. What would the flavor difference be? Thanks!

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      1. Absolutely you can use peppermint. Peppermint has menthol in it and gives a cooling feel to the tongue. So your flavor will be cooler but delicious none the less. Enjoy and let us know how it goes.

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    16. With what I can change the half and half to make it dairy free? ?

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      1. probably almond milk or rice milk

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    17. This was really good! I just scaled down the mint extract from 2 tsp. to 1tsp. because it would be really minty :). I love this!

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    18. i made this! it makes enough to fit into 3 small ramekins! is really really good! will use as dip for vanilla cookies.....i'm in the UK so for "half-and-half" i used half semi-skimmed milk and half single cream- this worked fine for me :)i used peppermint extract instead of mint extract and this was good- (for anyone else doing this, you only need 1-1.5 teaspoons of it) Amazing! :)

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    19. Can I use creme de menthe instead of mint extract cause I can find them in japan.. thank you

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    20. I am making this for a class project. How much would I need to make to serve 20-ish people

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