Pop them in the oven! They’ll bake into sweet little chip-like crispy cookie bites.
QUICK AND EASY: Heat, place, and bake for warm and chocolatey cookies in minutes. PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS: Pillsbury Cookie Dough products are now safe to eat raw so you can enjoy our cookie dough before and after baking! Pop in the oven for the perfect sweet treat or kid-friendly activity.
We do not recommend baking our Bite-Sized Edible Cookie Dough [flavor/products]. It does not contain eggs or leavening agents, which are key ingredients in developing texture and lift in baked cookies. (If needed) Exposure to high oven temperatures will cause the product to liquefy and possibly burn.
Baking sticky cookie dough will only lead to cookies that come out too flat and crispy. These are often greasy due to a lack of dry ingredients to absorb the butter and eggs and may even burn, meaning that they can’t be eaten. It’s a good idea to fold in more dry ingredients to absorb the excess moisture.
The frozen balls of cookie dough in Ben & Jerry’s Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough ice cream is arguably the best part of the frozen treat. … While eating raw cookie dough is generally discouraged due to the risk of contracting E. coli or salmonella from eating raw eggs, this cookie dough is completely safe to eat.
Here’s how you can improve premade cookie dough or dough from a mix.
- Add spice to your dough. …
- Punch up the flavor of your cookies by adding extracts. …
- Before baking, roll the dough in a garnish of your choice. …
- Stir nuts right into the dough for an added crunch. …
- Add in your favorite savory snacks, like chips or pretzels.
Store the cookies with bread
When you pack up those cookies in a container or storage bag, toss in half a slice of any kind of bread before you seal them up. Basically, the cookies will absorb moisture from the bread, which keeps them nice and soft.
It might taste delicious, but eating raw cookie dough really can make you sick. Raw eggs can be contaminated with salmonella and raw flour can contain E. coli.
Raw cookie dough is not safe to eat because it contains uncooked eggs and flour, which can cause food poisoning if they are contaminated with harmful bacteria. … Although it’s tempting to eat raw cookie dough, it contains uncooked eggs and flour and is not worth the risk.
It’s not easy to resist the temptation to taste that raw cookie dough. But that’s not a safe thing to do. Raw cookie dough contains uncooked flour and eggs. These have the potential to cause food poisoning and bacterial infections like salmonella.
The cookie dough doesn’t need to be refrigerated – although it will remain firmer if kept in the fridge. It is best to eat the dough within 2-3 days. The dough can also be frozen, for 2-3 months. Just defrost at room temperature.