Safe-to-eat cookie doughs and baked treats from the creator of the world's first edible cookie dough shop
Finally, you can eat cookie dough how you've always craved it: straight from the mixing bowl! In her rule-breaking first book, Kristen Tomlan, the Queen of Cookie Dough, spills her secrets about how to make cookie dough safe-to-eat and all of the best ways to enjoy it. Kristen is sharing 110 decadent recipes--a mix of fan favorites from her famous New York City confectionery and never-before-seen creations--each with an innovative twist.
HELLO, COOKIE DOUGHis filled with recipes for cookie dough lovers at every age and skill level. All 40 flavors, spanning the classic to the wildly creative, are ready to eat off the spatula OR can be baked into perfect, chewy cookies. Kristen's baked creations are equally tempting, with treats like cookie dough-stuffed cinnamon rolls, deep dish skillet cookies, and molten cookie dough cupcakes. Sprinkled throughout are her tips on perfecting your confections plus easy swaps to make the recipes gluten-free or vegan. Since cookie dough is best when shared, Kristen is serving up inspiration for all your party needs, including ideas for baby showers, weddings, ice cream parties, and the all-important girls' night in.
This is the unconventional baking book every person with a sweet tooth will love. Join Kristen on her mission to make cookie dough all about joy, transforming this once-forbidden treat from a "no-no" to HELLO!
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I bought this book way back in December,15,2019 it is a really good book the recipes are delicious and fun to make&bake and eat raw eating raw cookie dough is delicious But I bought a heat treated flour from a different company so I can’t say when i baked the cookies come out hard like a hocky puck and not baked all the way but was still somewhat eatable But it was because I bought the heat treated flour from a different company and not from CookieDO company other than that I’m sure it will bake perfect cookies next time with CookieDO heat treated flour.
If you’re planning on cooking the DŌ... DON’T! The dough tastes good (what dough doesn’t) but when it is baked, the cookies turn out terrible. Over cooked on the bottom and under cooked on top. Maybe my oven temperature is off but my personal recipe always turned out looking and tasting good. These had puddles of melted butter on to. Horrible!!!