10 Best Comfort Foods for Girls Night in ...

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When it comes to having a girls night in, nothing beats getting to relax with your friends, some wine, and some of the best comfort foods!

It's often been a cliche that women like to sit around eating raw cookie dough or Ben &2

Jerry's ice cream out of the tub when they need to feel better or are with their girlfriends.

Even though it's a cliche, it's not entirely false.

Women like to surround themselves with comforts and food is no different.

So here are 8 best comfort foods to enjoy during your next girls night in!

1. Eggless Cookie Dough

Raw cookie dough has always been a girls night in food staple.

However, it isn't the healthiest for you to eat (besides its high calorie count) as it contains raw eggs.

Don't worry though, my fellow cookie dough lovers, I have the recipe for an egg-less cookie dough!2

It's not to bake, just to eat!

Every woman should have this recipe on hand for a perfect girls night in snack or even just to make you feel better after a bad day.

Simply mix 3/4 cup brown sugar, 1/4 cup softened butter, 1/4 tsp.

vanilla, 1/4 cup milk, 1 cup flour, a pinch of salt, and 1/2 cup chocolate chips together for this easy and irresistible treat!

2. Wine Ice Cream

Wine Ice Cream

Believe it or not, Mercer's has a new line of wine ice cream!

I don't think there is anything more perfect for a girls night in then wine ice cream.2

This line of ice cream comes in a few different flavors including Cherry Merlot, Chocolate Cabernet, and Peach White Zinfandel.

With an alcohol content of only 5%, these little pints won't do much to you and your girls if some need to drive home after.2

3. Pink Lemonade Cupcakes

Pink Lemonade Cupcakes

Source: mission-food.com

What better cupcake for a girls night in then a pink lemonade cupcake?2

It just screams girly-ness!

The key to making these cupcakes as pink as possible is by using egg whites instead of whole eggs.

These pink lemonade cupcakes are the perfect balance between sweet and tart.

Not to mention they look adorable and taste absolutely delicious!

If you want a cute final touch, add a small straw on top as a garnish.

Ingredients:

1 pkg white cake mix without pudding in the mix

3 egg whites

1 cup water

1/3 cup thawed frozen pink lemonade concentrate;

thawed

2 tbsp oil

pink food coloring (optional)

Frosting:

4 cups icing sugar

1/3 cup butter, softened

1/4 cup pink lemonade concentrate

Directions:

Beat Cake Mix, Water, Egg Whites, 1/3 Cup Lemon Concentrate, Oil and Food Coloring. Medium Speed for 2 Minutes. Spoon Batter into Lined Muffin Cups
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