By Unique Chef D on November 06, 2006
Photo by flower7
Photo by flower7
"These no-bake cookie dough truffles taste delicious!! If you love raw cookie dough you will FALL IN LOVE with these!"
Serving Size: 1 (20 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 48
"These were really like cookie dough except you didn't have to worry about the raw egg. I rolled some in unsweetened cocoa powder and some in powdered sugar for presentation, but it also helped them taste more like a truffle."
"These were really good. I didn't have chocolate chips, so I used broken pieces of a Hershey's Bar with almonds. The thing is, the dough was very wet, so it was too sticky to form into balls. I had to add about another 1/4 cup flour.Next time I won't add the water. Next time I'm going to try with walnuts and white chocolate pieces. Thanks!"
"im giving this four stars because it wasnt quite to my liking, too rich, but my family loved it. i did use oat flour but i think my problem was using margarine instead of butter. the dough was way too "wet" and that was even frozen and rolled in powdered sugar. i think i might try half oat flour and half regular next time, and maybe a snickerdoodle flavor for something different."
"Definitely the best raw cookie dough recipe I've tried yet! I changed the servings to 12 because I find it a great snack size. It is very quick and delicious. I had no brown sugar so I just used white and I still thought it tasted great! I did have to add more water than it called for. Probably double..."
"I LOVE this this recipe!! <3"
"I made these Saturday for my sisters & I as we decorated her place for the holidays. Essentially, they're just frozen cookie dough balls and not truffle like at all. I mean, they were tasty but its pretty much just cookie dough. I thought they'd be good cut up and put into vanilla ice cream. Very easy!! Thanks for sharing."
"Very good. DH likes it with no chocolate chips and I like it with extra chocolate chips."
"If you like cookie dough you will love these - basically that's what they are. I'm not sure how truffle like they are, but they are very good. I took the advice of chocolatemousse and rolled some of them in cocoa powder and liked that as well. This would also be a good recipe to use if you want to make homemade cookie dough ice cream!"
"These are so awesome! I got the butter out this morning to soften and then left for a couple hours to run some errands. When I returned, the butter was almost liquid in the wrapper. Whoops! Never had *that* happen before! In the end, I made the best of it, and did the whole recipe mixing by hand which worked perfectly. I got 28 truffles from a half batch. I'm glad these are stored in the freezer as I'd be tempted to eat more than my fair share at once otherwise! :) I think I'll also have to make some of these for my dad (or pass the recipe on to my mom) as he is a *freak* for raw cookie dough! Thanks for sharing the recipe!"
"I just finished making these and they are wonderful!! I did use half brown sugar and half white which is how we usually make our chocolate chip cookies. You couldn't tell the difference. Thanks for the great recipe since my kids won't eat baked cookies they only eat the dough! :)"
"Thia was a terrific recipe! My kids are always wanting to lick the bowl and now I do not have to worry about letting them. I only had regular milk chocolate chips so that is what I used. The brown sugar taste was a bit much, so next time I am going to try 1/2 brown and 1/2 white sugar with semi-sweet chips. Thanks so much! Made it again with 2 TBSP water, 1 cup sugar, 1 cup brown sugar, and semi-sweet chocolate chips and enjoyed it even more! Yummy!"
"Very good recipe! My teenage daughter and her friend gobbled up 6 of them in no time flat! Good thing you keep in freezer so they don't make themselves sick on them. I am glad I found something that satisfies her craving for cookie dough without her eating raw dough with uncooked eggs. Thanks for posting. Tagged in Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup Game, May 2008"
"Made for All New Zaar Cookbooks Tag! These are awesome!!! Since my diagnosis of a wheat allergy, cookie dough ice cream has been off limits. I recently found one that is gluten free, however, I was unable to purchase that one as it had another ingredient in it that is off limits. I only made half of the recipe and got 40 truffles using a 3/4" inch scoop. After they were frozen, I took six of them out and cut them in fourths and mixed them in my vanilla ice cream ~ what a yummy treat! Thanks for posting this Unique Chef!"
"BEST recipe ever! make it w/ my GS troop we didn't have access to stove or oven and it is one of the few NO BAKE recipes that really is no cooking at all. the girls love it and so does my family! and all the people we have served it to at various picnics and such over the last 4 years"
"I HATE when I'm baking cookies and my roommate eats the raw cookie dough. I'm afraid she's going to get samonella poisoning. I made this for her last night and she was very pleased. Thanks for a recipe that won't cause me to have to bring her to the hospital one day! :)"
"My first time making cookie dough and this was easy and quick. Liked the taste. Not sure that I will store them in the freezer because they are too hard the day after. Will keep in the fridge instead."
"I'm rating this for my teenage daughters and their cousin. They LOVE this recipe and make it every time their out-of-town cousin comes to visit. They eat it right out of the bowl. They're making it right now!"