I made this for some cookie dough lovers I know (I prefer my cookie dough baked). They loved them! I was glad that there weren't any eggs in the recipe. The recipe made a LOT of treats and I used the smallest scoop I have. I'll make this for them again soon. Thank you for posting this recipe!
So easy and delicious! Thank you for sharing.
Perfection in two little bites! The coating of the dark chocolate takes these to new heights! I used a small cookie scoop to make these and it worked perfectly. Wouldn't change one thing. Thanks for sharing this gem in Went to the Market Tag Game.
These are so good and rich!! I love that I can eat the dough too and not get sick. Made as written and used Valentine's sprinkles to decorate. I used my 1 1/2 in cookie scoop and got 33 dough balls. Will be making these again, will be a great summer (don't heat the house) treat. Made for 2011 Best of Cookbook Tag.
These are so good! They can definitely be addicting! Very simple to make and you will love if you love cookie dough. Definitely will make this again.
Thanks for suggest this in PRMR! I this way I discoved a great GEM!
Unbelivable easy and yummy!
I used walnuts and shaped these balls like small apples using an almond slice each.
Sooo good! I was feeling lazy so I drizzled the chocolate over the tops instead of dipping. It looks very nice, but it falls off. I would recommend following the recipe! :) Made for PRMR tag game.
Delicious and Fun. This was going to be a joint project for DD and me, but she couldn't wait. She was too excited to make these. Added sticks to make them cookie pops. Used a combination of milk and dark chocolate for dipping. After dipping in coating, dipped in mini chocolate chips. Made for PRMR.