So easy to make! This tasty Gluten Free Edible Cookie Dough Recipe is so yummy to eat on its own, mix in ice cream, and more!
My daughters and I can wander up the dairy section at the grocery store and end up with Organic Cinnamon Rolls, Cookie Dough, and more in our cart. Shopping when you are hungry is a terrible thing. Those little tubs of edible cookie dough are oh so good and tempting. The thing is they aren’t worth $5. That is why we love to make our own Gluten Free Edible Cookie Dough. We can mix in whatever we want and it is just as good! Win-win!
When you make this amazing gluten-free edible cookie dough make extra. Get some little plastic storage containers or small mason jars and pack some up. You can freeze it for a rainy day. There is no better feeling in the world than stumbling across a container of edible cookie dough in the freezer when you forgot it was there.
Can I Bake it?
If you want an edible cookie dough that you can eat and bake simply add 1/2 tbsp of baking powder to the recipe. This will help give your cookies the lift that eggs would help with.
This recipe is very simple to make dairy free or Vegan. Just use your favorite dairy free milk and dairy free margarine in place of the butter.
We have even mixed a couple of scoops of this into some homemade Coconut Ice Cream. Y’all have not lived until you try this. Making your own cookie dough ice cream is a must make at least once in your life.
Gluten Free Edible Cookie Dough
- *In order to make the dough “edible” preheat the oven to 375 degrees F spread the gluten free flour across a baking sheet. Sprinkle flour evenly on a rimmed baking sheet. Toast in preheated oven 6 minutes before used in this recipe.
- In a bowl beat together margarine and sugars until fluffy. Mix in the vanilla, gluten free flour mix, and milk until the dough forms. Add in additional milk if necessary to reach the desired consistency. Fold in the mix ins you choose and enjoy.
- Store in the fridge for up to a week or freeze until ready to enjoy.
- Use a dairy free margarine or coconut oil, dairy free milk, and dairy free mix-ins.
- If you don’t need this recipe dairy free feel free to use regular butter and milk.