Thursday, October 18, 2018

What's Cooking?
A trip to the dentist?


The Edible Cookie Dough Cookbook brings you 75 creative, colorful, and completely safe to eat cookie dough recipes from the owner of Unbaked, the famous LA cookie dough bar.

Looking for a sure-to-please dessert, birthday party treat, or potluck bring-along that can be ready in 10 minutes with minimal clean up? Edible cookie dough is what you need, and dough expert and LA cookie dough bar owner, Olivia Hops, has exactly what you're looking for.

The Edible Cookie Dough Cookbook is the first cookbook to focus exclusively on this hotly growing dessert. With step-by-step instructions, Olivia serves up 55 scrumptious doughs, each one completely safe to eat raw—right off the spoon, from a bowl, or out of a cup.

Just a few of the sweet-tooth-satisfying cookie doughs you'll find here:
  • Gingerbread
  • Snickerdoodle
  • Chocolate Chip and Chocolate Chunk 
  • Lemon Cookie
  • White Chocolate Chai
  • Pina Colada
  • Salted Caramel
  • Edible Mud Pie and Brownie Batters 
If that's not enough for you, Olivia also serves up 20 recipes for special treats you can make with cookie dough, from a chocolate chip cookie dough cheesecake to cookie dough sandwiches, which are like an ice cream sandwich, but better.

With tips and tricks for how to serve edible cookie dough—mixed into an ice cream cone, anyone?—and how to create your own signature cookie dough recipes, The Edible Cookie Dough Cookbook will keep your sweet tooth satisfied.


I have always loved cookie dough. So, when I heard about this book, I had to get it. And I have learned some wonderful information through it.

Author and owner of Unbaked: A Cookie Dough Bar in Los Angeles, Olivia Hops, starts off, THE EDIBLE COOKIE DOUGH COOKBOOK with a cookie dough primer. An everything-you-need-to-know-about-cookie-dough tutorial. It’s very information. And taught me a lot that I didn’t know.
In Chapter one you’ll find the cookie dough recipe. Such as, a regular Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough and a Gluten Free version, Matcha Green Tea Cookie Dough, Apple Pie Cookie Dough (for the sake of saving time and space, I’ll leave the word cookie dough out of the next recipes. Just know, they are all dough), Pumpkin Pie, Lemon Bar, Coconut, Oreo, Monster, Banana Pudding, Caramel Macchiato, Eggnog, Maple Bacon, Not Just For Doggies, and more.

Chapter two you’ll find recipes of things you can make with cookie dough. Things like, Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Brownies, Edible Cookie Dough Truffles, Cookie Dough Ice Cream Sandwiches, Cookie Dough Pretzel Bites, Cookie Dough-Stuffed Cupcakes, are just a few.

There are full page, color photos of all the sweet goodness between this books covers. You’ll be on a sugar high for sure just looking at them. Some of them so pretty they should be framed.

Okay, I have a major sweet tooth. I had a doughnut before writing this review. With that being said, I could never eat cookie in the portions suggested in this book. I’d be sick for a week. However, I did come away with some amazing new cookie recipes that I can’t wait to try out!

Of you’re a fan of cookie dough or cookie, you’ll certainly want a copy of, THE EDIBLE COOKIE DOUGH COOKBOOK.   

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  1. "The Edible Cookie Dough Cookbook " sounds like an amazing book - one I am sure I would use over and over.

    We love cookies in this household. For me, I think of them as portion control. That is until hubby wants some monster cookies. :)

    Intriguing that there are recipes to use cookie dough IN.

    Thanks for bringing this delightful book to our attention.
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

  2. Thanks, Lisa. This sounds very interesting. Happy Thursday!