7 Healthy and Delicious Cookie Dough Recipes You Can Eat Raw ...


These delicious cookie dough recipes are safe to eat completely raw! Regular cookie dough contains eggs, and if you eat it raw you could get salmonella poisoning. With these delicious cookie dough recipes, you won’t have to worry about that at all! Best of all, you can eat more of it because the recipes are completely healthy and sweetened naturally. All of these recipes taste amazing too!

1. Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Balls

Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Balls

Out of all the delicious cookie dough recipes I’m going to share, I must say this is my favorite. I’m partial to anything peanut butter, and adding the optional chocolate just takes this cookie dough over the top! These do not taste healthy at all, but they are loaded with healthy fats from the peanuts and fiber from the dates. If you use dark chocolate, you will be getting some antioxidants in these as well. I think that may be the best excuse ever to eat a bowl of these!



½ cup peanuts (I like honey roasted)

½ cup dates

¼ cup peanut butter (I used chunky natural)

1 teaspoon vanilla

1 tablespoon water

4 ounces chocolate (optional, if you want your cookie dough dipped in chocolate)


Mix: Pulse JUST the peanuts in a food processor until they are broken down into fine crumbs. Add the dates, peanut butter, and vanilla to the food processor and pulse again to form a soft, sticky dough. Add the tablespoon of water if the mixture gets too sticky. For me, 1 tablespoon was just the right amount to get the mixture moving through the food processor without making it overly wet. Continue to pulse and press the mixture back down with a spoon until there are no more large pieces of dates or peanuts, and the mixture starts to stick together in one large ball.

Roll: Roll small pieces of “dough” between your hands to form small balls. The dough will leave a bit of an oily residue on your hands but should stick together really easily. Place on a plate or cookie sheet lined with parchment or wax paper. Refrigerate until you’re ready to dip in chocolate.

Dip: Melt the chocolate very slowly (double boiler, hot oven, or carefully in the microwave) and dip each ball into the chocolate. Remove the balls with two forks and let the excess drip off. Place on wax paper or parchment paper and allow the chocolate to set. You can put them in the refrigerator or freezer to keep them cold and/or help set the chocolate.

Source: pinchofyum.com

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