Impress Your Kids With Edible Sugar Cookie Dough

It is delicious to eat edible cookie dough. You can eat it with a spoonful or dip it with your favourite snacks as it's like real cookie dough without the eggs. Edible cookie dough is so simple to make because it only requires a few ingredients and comes together in a matter of minutes.

Consider all the ways you can eat this edible cookie dough. The frosting can be used on cupcakes, brownies, ice cream bars, cheesecakes, or plain ice cream topping. There is no reason why you shouldn’t always have a giant bowl of edible cookie dough in your fridge or freezer.

By keeping it on hand, you can make an amazing dessert quickly and easily. Dough. Can you resist a spoonful of this? The taste is sweet and nostalgic, and it’s just perfect. 

Best Edible Cookie Dough Recipe

Forget every other dessert you have ever had because this is the only one that really matters. Okay, it’s a joke, but honestly, cookie dough is one of the best treats ever, right?

Traditionally, people always sneaked a taste at every batch of cookies before baking, but this method is much safer.

These recipes provide a great example of a recipe that just about anyone can make. No baking skills are required! Sure, cooking the flour is a hassle, but the peace of mind is worth it, especially if you are serving it to others. Since everyone loves cookie dough so much, Here are incredibly delicious flavours that will tempt everyone and anyone, trust this recipe can not be resisted by young and old alike.

Cookie Dough’s Shenanigans

Taylor Swift, the country singer-turned-global pop sensation, is best known for her hits such as Style, Shake It Off, and Blank Space. Although she has a slim figure, you’ll be surprised to find out that she craves calorie-filled foods too. According to a 2012 interview with Bon Appetit, one of the six must-have items in her refrigerator is “a giant tub of cookie dough”. So, there you have it.

The creation of cookie dough dates back to the 7th century in Persia, where cookies were used as test cakes. Among the first countries to use sugar, Iran soon became known for its cakes and pastries. Before it was called a ‘cookie’, the early cookie was referred to as a ‘test cake’, because the Persians would bake a small amount of cake batter in the oven to test the oven’s temperature, and it would look like a mini cake.


     1 cup of unsalted butter softened

     ½ a cup granulated sugar

     1 tsp of vanilla extract

     1 ½ cups of all-purpose flour

     ¼ tsp of kosher salt

     1 tsp of baking powder

     ¼ cup of rainbow sprinkles


    Cream the softened butter on medium-high speed for about 1 minute in a large bowl using a stand mixer with a paddle attachment.

     Then, add the granulated sugar and vanilla on medium speed until fluffy and light in colour.

     Stir flour, salt, and baking powder together in a separate medium-size bowl.

     Using a cup measure or large spoon, slowly add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients while the mixer is running on low. 

    Fold in the rainbow sprinkles once the mixture is combined.

     Refrigerate for at least an hour before serving.

     Enjoy a scoop of chilled cookie dough on a sugar cone.