Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Sandwich Cookies

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I usually do all of the cookie baking in our house. Not because Josh never offers to bake cookies, but I usually don’t let him:) The controlling side of me comes out when cookies are involved. If he starts to bake cookies, I usually run into the kitchen and take over. I can’t help myself. I LOVE baking cookies. Josh never gets upset, he just hangouts in the kitchen with me and eats my cookie dough. I try to smack his hands out of the bowl, but he is sneaky! He always manages to eat a few big fingerfuls of cookie dough.

Josh loves cookie dough and I love cookies. These Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Sandwich Cookies are the best of both worlds. Two homemade chocolate chip cookies are stuffed with chocolate chip cookie dough. Genius! We both get our cookie fix with these delectable sandwich cookies.

This recipe comes from Lindsay Landis’sΒ new book, The Cookie Dough Lover’s Cookbook.Β Cookie dough fans-you need this book in your life. Trust me, it’s a winner!

The Cookie Dough Lover’s Cookbook is filled with with recipes using eggless raw cookie dough in candy, cakes, pies, brownies, ice cream and more. Β Lindsay is a cookie dough genius! There are so many unique and creative recipes in the book. I can’t wait to try them all!

So back to the Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Sandwich Cookies-they are awesome! Cookie and cookie dough lovers will both be happy with these sandwich cookies. We served them at a party and they were a huge hit! Adults and kids were all raving about the cookie sandwiches.

Experience a little chocolate chip cookie heaven and make these Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Sandwich Cookies!

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Sandwiches

Two chocolate chip cookies are stuffed with eggless chocolate chip cookie dough. Cookie and cookie dough lovers will go crazy for these sandwich cookies.

5 from 1 vote
Servings
20 -24 sandwiches

Ingredients

  • For Cookies:
  • 3/4 cup unsalted butter room temperature
  • 2/3 cup granulated sugar
  • 2/3 cup light brown sugar packed
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 1/2 cups mini semisweet chocolate chips
  • For Cookie Dough:
  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter room temperature
  • 1/2 cup light brown sugar packed
  • 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 cup heavy cream
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup mini semisweet chocolate chips

Instructions

  1. 1. In a large mixing bowl, beat together butter and sugars until no lumps remain, 1-2 minutes. Beat in eggs and vanilla extract, scraping the sides of the bowl to make sure all of the ingredients are incorporated. Add flour, baking soda, salt, and mix until smooth. Stir in mini chocolate chips. Cover and refrigerate dough for at least 1 hour or overnight.
  2. 2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Roll chilled dough into smooth, tablespoon-size balls, about 1 inch in diameter. Flatten balls slightly into 3/4-inch disks. Place disks about 2 inches apart on parchment or Silpat lined baking sheets. Bake for 9-11 minutes, or until cookie edges are slightly golden brown. Let cookies cool on baking sheet for about 5 minutes. Transfer to a wire rack and cool completely.
  3. 3. To prepare the cookie dough filling, beat together butter and brown sugar in a large bowl with an electric mixer on medium speed until light and fluffy, about 2-3 minutes. Mix in flour, powdered sugar, and salt on low speed until incorporated. Slowly add heavy cream and vanilla extract and beat until fluffy, about 2 minutes. Stir in mini chocolate chips.
  4. 4. To assemble, sandwich 1 heaping tablespoon of filling between two cookies. Press cookies lightly until filling spreads to the edges. Repeat with remaining cookies.
  5. Note: Sandwiches can be stored refrigerated in an airtight container, for up to 3 days. Let them sit at room temperature for 30 minutes before serving.

Maria Lichty

I’m Maria and my husband is Josh. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. We love sitting around the table with good food, good conversation, and good friends and family! Our kitchen is always open!
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  1. That’s a tough one. I’ve been a cookie dough lover since I was a child but I’m beginning to really love baked cookies just as much. What a quandry!

  2. Hands down, raw cookie dough. I have to stop myself from eating the whole bowl so there will be some left to bake!

  3. I guess it depends on where in the cooking making process you ask me. If you ask me during the dough stage, then I would say cookie dough. But right after a chocolate chip cookie has come out of the oven and they are all warm and gooey, well, then I would say the cookie. What came first, the chicken or the egg?

  4. While the buttery crunch of a baked cookie can’t be beat, I’d still choose the cookie dough! And all I can think looking at these cookies is that they’d be even better dipped 1/2 way into melted chocolate πŸ™‚

  5. I have to say that a warm, oozy, fresh baked cookie with a cold glass of milk can’t be beat! So, make mine baked, please!

  6. Well, I WANT to say dough, because it’s ready faster — but I also looooove baked cookies! (Ideally gooey…so it must be dough πŸ™‚

  7. Baked cookies because there is no guilt or worry about eating raw eggs. With this recipe you get the best of both worlds since the filling has no eggs! πŸ˜€

  8. Is that question even possible to answer?! I’ll say baked cookies but must add that half the cookie dough is usually gone before they reach their finished state!

  9. I love cookies!! It always seems that I can eat more cookies than dough so that’s better in my mind. πŸ™‚

  10. I like them both!! I think my favorite though is slightly underbaked cookies. That way you have the doughy centers, and the baked outsides. YUM!

  11. Cookie dough of course. Christmas of my 7th grade year I use to sneak down to the basement frige and snack on the choco chip cookie dough. Two fingers full per trip. Then I would wait until my mom was out of the house and I would have to make another batch. I had to replace the batch 4 times that Christmas. I was obsessed. But it was oh so yummy.

  12. Definitely COOKIE DOUGH πŸ™‚ The best cookies are the ones that are still fabulously doughy, even after cooking!

  13. Cookie dough is my favorite! I’ll usually freeze some dough with the intention of baking it later but that never happens, I always end up eating it!

  14. Oh my gosh, this cookbook looks awesome! I am totally the dough queen around here, not just with cookies but I love eating any type of dough/batter — biscuits, pancakes, muffins, etc. Raw is usually better than baked.

    I actually have a small tupperware full of frozen cookie dough balls in my freezer right now that I stashed away the last time I made cookies. I have them hidden in back so my husband doesn’t find them!

  15. I think it depends on the recipe. I made some brown sugar cookies the other day and the dough was pretty rich, but I ate a ton of baked cookies… Then again when I make Toffee Chocolate Chip cookies I never seem to end up with the 4 dozen cookies it says it makes

  16. I loved baked cookies but in the right mood cookie dough is just what I need!
    Thanks for a great giveaway!

  17. I like cookie dough better. Whenever I make cookies, I eat so much of the dough that I don’t even want cookies anymore by the time they’re baked!

  18. I’m a baked cookie lover. I’ve always been a little squeamish to eat more than just a lick of batter of anything with eggs in it. However, I am seeing a lot of eggless, meant to be eaten raw, dough recipes lately. I may have to experiment.

  19. Duh. Cookie dough are totally better! Cookie dough cookies, ice cream… You name it and I’ll love it!

  20. Cookie dough is a gift from the gods!! I always test out my dough before baking because if the dough is good the cookie will be great πŸ™‚

  21. Which do I like better? Who says I have to choose?! πŸ™‚ It’s like picking your favorite child!!!
    I guess if I HAD to choose, I’d say I like cookies better because nothing beats that warm, melted chocolate chip cookie right out of the oven πŸ˜€

  22. I love cookie dough ever since i was a little kid–being a rascal, i remember stealing the dough when one of my older sisters would put it on top of the fridge i some how got up there. Now as a mom of three my kids and husband go crazy over it as well, oh the little things in life that bring such joy :)!!

  23. It sort of depends for me…I definetely like chocolate chip cookie dough more than the cookies, unless its my go-to recipe. But, I’m not a fan of oatmeal cookie dough. In that case, cookies surpass dough.

  24. Definitely cookie dough – when I was a teen I would make batches of cookie dough when my parents were gone and just keep it in the fridge and munch away…….still love the dough and my kids do too!

  25. I love baked cookies the best….especially when they are right out of the oven with a cold glass of milk…mmmmmm good!

  26. I think it depends on which cookie I am making, usually I like the finished product better, but chocolate chip cookies are my exception – I prefer the dough!

  27. I do love cookie dough and usually end up eating my fair share ;), but you can’t beat the smell of warm cookies baking in the oven!

  28. Oh man that sounds delicious!!!

    I don’t think I can pick which is my favorite! It totally depends on my mood. Cookie dough is one of the most delicious things ever, but sometimes you need that fresh-from-the-oven gooey-ness of a cookie. If I could have a little melted chocolate in my cookie dough, I’d be in heaven!

  29. Both! How you can you not try the cookie dough when you’re making cookies?! And then how can you resist a hot cookie out of the oven. Both I say!!

  30. I like baked cookies the best! But I recently made chocolate chip cookie dough cupcakes and they were pretty amazing!!

  31. COOKIE DOUGH!!!! When I was younger, my brother and I would always sneak the dough from the fridge. My mother started counting how many dough squares (store-bought) were left so she could catch us!

  32. I’m a cookie dough fan. I usually eat some much dough while baking cookies that by the time they’re done, I’ve had my cookie fix!

  33. Oh, I really must have a copy of this new book! I LOVE both the dough and undercooked cookies. I’m passionate about baking cookies and bake a batch almost every day.

  34. Gotta have BAKED cookies. The way the house smells. Warm from the oven with a cold glass of milk. PARADISE!!!!

  35. Cooikie dough for sure! There is a place not too far from my house that sells raw cookie dought by the scoopful – and it is my favorite decadent treat for sure. perhaps this is why I need to lose 20 lbs? ah – who cares – delicious!

  36. I love them both so much… who can really choose! But if I have to choose, probably cookie dough because who doesn’t like instant gratification!

  37. Frighteningly I used to eat the refridgerated cookie dough right outta the tube…in quantity. This looks like a healthy and safe alternative. Will make today – perfect for an after school snack with some sliced apples or strawberries.

  38. well, stolen waters are always sweeter…I always feel guilty when I snitch raw batter…but in moderate amounts the cookie dough would have to be my pick

  39. That’s a tough one ! Before they are baked, the dough is the best. After they are baked I love them too ! I am so confused !!

  40. I actually am a bigger fan of the finished cookies than of the dough! But I always taste the dough before baking because if the cookie dough is good then the cookies will be good!

  41. Uhh… yes? I think it depends on the cookie recipe. Slightly underbaked cookies provide the best of both worlds!

  42. That is such a hard decision but I will have to go with cookie dough. Of course the cookies are delicious also but I would rather eat the dough, it is just that you usually aren’t suppose to eat the dough. This is a great recipe for both worlds.

  43. We are a split family. I love baked cookies and my husband loves the cookie dough. It always seems when I bake cookies that he eats more of the dough than I get cookies. πŸ™‚

    pittman(dot)cherry at gmail (dot) com

  44. Half the fun of making cookies is eating the dough. But for me it definitely depends on what type of cookie I’m making. I cannot resist sticking my fingers in chocolate chip, peanut butter, or monster cookie dough. πŸ™‚

  45. I can’t decide! I like to sneak some dough while I am scooping it out onto the cookie sheet…but I love a warm, gooey chocolate chip cookie. I even love the ones with only one or two chips in them because the cookie part is so yummy. I used dark brown sugar instead of light for my last batch and OMG were they good!
    Anyway, my son loves everything cookie dough – ice cream, ice cream blizzards, cookies, cakes etc. He has requested a chocolate fudge cake/cookie dough, cheesecake combo for his birthday cake this year!!

    thanks for the recipe and LOVE the blog! πŸ™‚

  46. It’s hard to choose, but probably warm cookies right out of the oven! Thanks for this chance to win!!

  47. I think I prefer my cookie dough uncooked… sandwiched between two baked cookies. Now that’s just a great idea.

  48. As a teen ager, I was crazy over uncooked choc chip cookie dough. I even babysat for a couple who always had a bowl of this in their frig for the husband to snack on…I cannot say “no” to soft, doughy cookies to this day.

  49. I like eating raw cookie dough as long as it does not have eggs. This recipe really does have the bedt of two worlds!! Must try!

  50. I go back and forth on that one! While I am eating each one, I am liking that one best! Same with cheesecake and cheesecake batter!

  51. I’m going to hedge and say that enjoying both is part of the same glorious process. If pressed, I guess I’ll go with baked cookies, because I like the golden brown edge & molten chocolate.

  52. Unfortunately, I like both. Can’t seem to keep my fingers/spoons out of the cookie dough, though. It just isn’t cookie baking if you don’t sample some of the dough! My youngest son is going to LOVE these cookies…he’s a real big chocolate chip cookie lover, and he REALLY loves cookie dough!!

  53. Definitely cookie dough! It’s a wonder any cookies actually get baked in my house before all the dough is gone. πŸ™‚

  54. tough choice! i think i have to go with cookie dough, though! i can pass up cookies sometimes but a big bowl of dough is irresistible!

  55. I definitely love cookie dough more… I think that’s the main reason I make cookies lol. But a nice warm chewy cookie follows close behind… I will be making this recipe soon!!!!:)))

  56. Definitely cookie dough!! I used to buy the logs of Nestle’s cookie dough and just eat it raw..and it had eggs in it! Oh well, I think I turned out okay πŸ™‚
    Can’t wait to try these cookies!

  57. Cookie dough!! But now that I have this recipe I have the best of both worlds together…can’t beat that πŸ™‚

  58. Hi!
    I like baked cookies best but cookie dough rocks in a pinch! πŸ™‚
    Thanks for the chance!
    ~Mippy πŸ™‚
    bunnysmip (AT) yahoo (DOT) com

  59. I have to say I am a big fan of cookie dough. I would say I like the dough better than ALMOST all cookies I would love to win this book!

  60. Warm cookies straight out of the oven while they are still gooey are the best…..with a glass of milk of course!

  61. I prefer baked cookies, but must always taste the dough before I bake them. Good cookies have good dough! πŸ˜‰

  62. Hard Choice. I think I like cookies better, but I may need to do more “data collection” to decide for sure. :o)

  63. oh, my….what a choice….i think i will go with the cookie dough…is there anything better than delicious raisin oatmeal dough? hungry for it now!! hahah…

  64. It’s a toss up for me, I like both! That book would be awesome since I’m prego and can’t sample raw cookie dough right now.

  65. I really really love cookie dough in the summer, or anytime it’s just too warm out. But nothing beats cooked cookie down when it is chilly outside!!

  66. Definitely cookie dough! I usually eat so much of the dough that I don’t even want the cookies after I bake them! Well, maybe for a day or so, then I resume my cookie monster status.

  67. Definitely cookie dough!! I have eaten so much before the cookies are baked that my sweet tooth is over satisfied once the cookies are out of the oven!

  68. This is a tough question. I am going to have to say cookie dough, since I will often decide which cookie recipe to bake solely based on how good the dough will taste.

    Now I need a cookie…

  69. cookie dough for SURE! when i was little, my dad would buy us a tube of cookie dough from the store so we could go home and eat the entire thing in one sitting, just me and him!

  70. Cookie dough, no question! Baked cookies are good but they just don’t compare to a dollop of dough. πŸ™‚

  71. Wow, these look amazing! I like cookie dough, but love cookies more…warm gooey goodness with a glass of milk. Yum! You can’t get that feeling from cold cookie dough.

  72. I am torn. I love eating cookie dough- my favorite dough is chocolate chip. But I don’t know if that beats out a warm cookie. I go crazy for a warm cookie!

  73. I can’t choose! I have to hold myself back from eating too much of both:)) That’s why today’s recipe will be perfect for me!

  74. You can’t beat baked cookies that are warm from the oven. (That’s if they get into the oven since my husband eats most of the dough.)

  75. Oh geez…you just had to ask!!! I like, ummmm….the chocolate chip cookie dough better but only before the chips are added. πŸ™‚

  76. I love the cookie dough, but it kills me to never bake the cookies. So I would guess the actual cookie is my fave:)

  77. Oh my gosh, what a hard question!! I absolutely LOVE both! But… I think I’ll have to lean a little more towards the cookie dough itself πŸ™‚

  78. Warm, fresh cookies. I snag one off of every baking sheet that comes out of the oven when I bake. It’s not a healthy habit, but I don’t care! πŸ™‚

  79. I would much rather eat the dough! Those tubs of dough that you’re supposed to bake into cookies – never make it to the oven at my house! I would love a copy of this cookbook!

  80. I’m not really a cookie fan (blasphemy, I know!). But I could eat cookie dough all day – and most of the night.

  81. cookie dough – if it is chocolate chip or similar…if it is molasses (my other fav), definitely the cookie as I love the crunch after adding the sugar!

  82. Depends on the mood and the outside temperature. During the winter, it is hard to beat a fresh baked cookie with a mug of hot chocolate…with whipped cream!

  83. I love to eat the cookie dough the best! But warm cookies- slightly cooled, straight from the oven..are a close second! It’s all good! πŸ™‚

  84. A few years back I probably would’ve said cookie dough, and not that I don’t love it now too, but I think overall nothing can beat a warm, straight-from-the-oven homemade cookie. That, you know, is soft enough to still taste something like the dough in the center anyway….

  85. I love cookie dough the best! But this sounds delicious : ) Cookie dough and the lovely meltiness of fresh cookies πŸ™‚

  86. I LOVE nice chewy cookies! The dough’s great, but just not the same as a cookie with a big cup of hot coffee.

  87. Yumm yumm to cookie dough!!! It’s soft gooeyness is delightful. But the baked good is just as yummy right out the oven.

  88. I love them both but i think i would have to say i like cookie dough better than baked cookies πŸ™‚

  89. My family are chocolate chip cookie dough nuts!! This would be a perfect addition for our family tastebuds!

  90. I would much rather eat several spoonfuls of cookie dough than the baked cookies themselves! When I was little I would always make cookies with my friends during sleepovers and we would share bowls of dough before any baking happened!

  91. Mmm thanks for sharing this recipe!

    Cookie dough or baked? I don’t know! I love both…probably too much. If I had to pick I’d probably go with the baked – I can eat more that way πŸ™‚

  92. Personally I like cookies better but everyone else in my house seems to like the dough better…which is just as well as there are fewer cookies for me to eat!!

  93. that’s a hard decision… but I think I like baked cookies just a little more than cookie dough! especially if they’re warm!

  94. It would be almost impossible to choose between cookie dough and cookies, maybe a hot chocolate chip cookie thats still so soft in the middle its almost dough!

  95. Cookie DOUGH is SO much better than baked cookies! Being able to shovel yumminess into your mouth with a spoon beats having to deal with crumbs all over the place… Plus, there’s no waiting for the cookies to bake and cool! Bonus!!

  96. I prefer cookies! I do like cookie dough but I usually prefer it in things like shakes or, in this case, in between cookies!

  97. I love both.. there’s nothing like warm baked cookies straight out of the oven.. I don’t like to cook them much so that they get kind of doughy… I adore sneaking for cookie dough.. hard to decide!!

  98. These definitely sound like the best of both worlds. I love cookie dough but I probably love a still-warm just-out-of-the-oven cookie just as much.

  99. Hmm… baked cookies are yummy but lets be serious here… when I am baking I definintely help myself to a heaping serving a raw cookie dough before they go in the oven. So, I would have to say cookie dough for sure πŸ™‚

  100. I would have to chose cookie dough!! No wait cookies AAAhhh to hard…..cookie dough yes I will stick with cookie dough

  101. Oh, that’s a tough question. But I’ll have to go with the dough. Now that I’m an “adult” and living in my own place, I ALWAYS have cookie dough in the fridge. And usually a spoon in my hand πŸ™‚

  102. It’s so hard to choose which I like better, but cookie dough seems much more sinful. My all time favorite treat is two cookies, fresh out of the oven, with raw cookie dough in the middle. I can’t wait to try these!

  103. Cookie dough! My kids and I will sometimes make up a little bowl of it for dessert at night. I know, I know…I’m teaching them a bad habit…but…the cookie dough calls to me!!!!!!! lol

  104. OMG Cookie dough for sure! Wow, now I really want some Cookie dough ice cream!!! I also love that Cookie dough dip recipe you posted a few months ago it was perfect for pretzels. I love your blog
    swopemelmel @ aol dot com

  105. I love cookie dough, but I like baked cookies better since they don’t give me a stomach ache. If I could learn to make eggless dough, it’d be the best of both worlds!

  106. Definitely love the baked cookie the best. I’m a ‘dunk it in milk’ kind of cookie lover! The crunchier the better most of the time.

  107. Gosh, that’s a toughie…but I think I have to go with the baked cookies…fresh from the oven of course! πŸ™‚

  108. I like cookie dough better! Though I have tried some eggless alternatives, I usually risk making regular cookie dough and then just dig in with a spoon. Come to think of it, I think I need to make some more today!

  109. I like my cookies baked–but my husband makes cookies just so he can eat the dough, so this book would be perfect for our house.

  110. Love, love, loooove cookie dough to cookies! Especially chocolate chip! I’ve also been known to whip up a box of brownies just so I could eat the batter! Deeelish!

  111. COOKIE DOUGH RAW!!! I’ve always been told you’ll get sick by eating the cookie dough raw but so far I’ve been fine and I just love it!

  112. I think I may be one of the few who would prefer a baked cookie, however straight from the oven so it’s really melty (is that a word?) in the middle!!

    I’ve had my eye on this book, I hope I win!!

  113. I’m an underdone cookie fanatic – I mean, I eat it out of the bowl while making, but somewhere between completely raw and very clearly cooked is where I am happiest!

  114. I think I actually like cookie dough better! I always end up tasting enough of it that I don’t even want to eat a cookie after they’re done baking! πŸ™‚

  115. You’ve hit me where it hurts! I love the cookie dough, but nothing is better than a warm chocolate chip cookie with a glass of cold milk.

  116. I love cookies and cookie dough!!! I have to practice serious self control when baking cookies to make sure cookies are actually made πŸ™‚

  117. I love cookies dough. Who can’t resist taking a few bites before baking. After all, by the time they’re done the kids eat them before you!

  118. Oh my, I haven’t thought to each the cookie dough. Since I was little it was always “No!” Im all for trying some cookie dough that we can eat!! Yeah, Im so excited with even just the thought of it; that trying the cookie dough will take me over the top good. Im looking forward to it! Thank you. Kimmer

  119. Cookie dough, sometimes I make a batch and never bake a single cookie. I just keep the bowl in the fridge and eat the dough for days!

  120. I am pregnant with my 4th and this time around, cookie dough is the ONE thing I cannot get enough of. I can always be found with a bowl of cookie dough in the fridge to counter the cravings. But the cookie? Eh…not so much.

  121. I love baked cookies, but ones that aren’t fully cooked and still soft in the middle. It’s the best of both worlds!

  122. I love Cookie Dough! I could eat it all day long, and I especially crave it after a good workout πŸ™‚

  123. The dough, that is why I under cook my cookies. I guess that is the best of both! A bit cookie and a bit doughy!

  124. I prefer cookie dough. When making cookies I will usually keep a small bowlful of dough to eat by the spoonful while my husband eats the cookies! πŸ™‚

  125. Cookie dough is truly addictive. As much as I loved baked cookes, the dough does me in every time. I can’t wait for this book.

  126. I generally eat about ten cookies worth of dough while my husband hovers anxiously in the background dropping hints about there being enough left to actually make any cookies. I rarely eat them after they’re baked. They’re all for my husb.

  127. Wow…cookie dough stuffed cookies has got to be the coolest thing I’ve ever heard of…why in the world have I not tried this yet?? I gotta say, cookies FRESH out of the oven (burn-your-tongue hot) are my favorite, though this is a tough decision because cookie dough rules, too. πŸ™‚

  128. I like baked cookies better (my husband actually makes them) but he also likes to eat cookie dough when he does so he would love these sandwiches!

  129. Cookie dough! Hot gooey cookies are a close second though, so it’s still worthwhile to cook a few πŸ™‚

  130. The cookie dough for sure! Sometimes even before you add the dry ingrediants…Butter, sugar, vanilla = YUM!

  131. This is such a hard question!! Cookie dough, probably! My roommates back from my college days will verify how much I ate, just sitting on the couch, with a spoon. YES, embarrassing.

  132. I love cookie dough so much more than baked cookies! Unless the cookies are hot and barely baked and still taste like cookie dough.

  133. COOKIE DOUGH WINS! My kids wonder who ate all the cookies????? All of the uncooked dough doesn’t make it to the sheet. ooooohhhhhh, yum.

  134. Cookie dough! I make cookies because I am craving the dough – and only cook them so I don’t eat all of the dough! I know – it’s bad!

  135. I love them in the middle, somewhere in between raw and cooked. My husband calls them medium rare! These look perfect for me!

  136. I prefer baked cookies, all warm and chewy straight from the cooling racks~

    I never have eaten raw cookie dough because I’m afraid of salmonella D:

  137. I am a cookie dough girl all the way. The only way I can avoid eating absolutely all the cookie dough is by baking it into cookies…then I only eat 2/3 of the cookies. πŸ™‚

  138. Cookie dough for me. Sometimes I eat so much of it that I don’t even want the cookies when they are all done (well, maybe just a little taste).

  139. It’s a tie – I really can’t ever decide which one I like the best. While I’m making the cookies, it’s the dough. When they’re done baking, it’s the cookies!

  140. I love, love, love, love, LOVE raw cookie dough! When Lindsay announced on her blog that she had written this cookbook, I was over the moon excited (and still am!). I can hardly believe the release date is finally (almost) here!! Would love to win an extra copy (I obviously have one pre-ordered too though :)!

  141. That is such a tough question!! I guess I like baked cookies the most.. but cookie dough is a very close second! πŸ™‚

  142. Cookie dough all the way! Chocolate chip is my husband’s favorite. I made cookie bars last year for his birthday, and will make these this weekend for his birthday! They look amazing!

  143. It’s a tough choice! I love cookie dough, but eventually grow tired of it and want the baked cookies (if I’ve left enough dough for baking). My preference also changes with the type of cookie. I love sugar cookie dough but can (usually) leave (most of) the cookies alone. Any chocolate or chocolate chip dough is a huge temptation, but then so are the cookies. Must I really choose just one?

  144. It depends on the type of cookie for me. With chocolate chip and peanut butter cookies, I’d say the dough would win (just slightly) over the baked cookies. With other varieties, like sugar cookies, gingersnaps, and others, I prefer the baked version. I can’t wait to try this recipe!

  145. I love the cookie dough, I just can’t help myself. Yummy πŸ™‚ these cookies look fantastic, I can’t wait to try them.

  146. I love baked chocolate chip cookies, cooled a tiny bit, & eat like that or make a chocolate chip vanilla ice cream sandwich. Yum!

  147. Baked cookies over the raw dough – baked you can save a few for later, but the dough you tend to eat the whole thing πŸ™‚

  148. We love cookie dough at our house. We usually make it and freeze it and then eat it as a treat or half-bake it with ice cream. Yum!

  149. I am obsessed with cookie dough! I am so excited about this book! Thanks for the chance to win!

  150. Baked cookies! Knowing there is raw eggs in the batter just freaks me out, even though I am perfectly healthy enough to eat it. Her cookbook looks great!!

  151. I have to say that I prefer the dough over the baked cookie. Can’t help myself. These sandwiches are definitely the best of both worlds!

  152. Oh my gosh. What a tough question…but nothing beats fresh baked cookies right out of the oven. so soft and gooey. πŸ˜›

  153. It should be illegal to make someone choose which they like better! πŸ˜‰ But if I had to choose I think I would have to say cookie dough, especially if it’s chocolate chip cookie dough!!!

  154. I’ve been drooling at this cook book for SO long! Always love it. So addicting. The cookie dough is always the best, but that might be the adrennaline rush from doing something “bad”.. haha(:

  155. I am a baked cookie person. Nice to know that this cookbook’s cookie dough is eggless; now I can let my grandkids eat this raw cookie dough πŸ™‚

  156. These cookies sandwiches look fabulous and I am dying to get my hands on this book! I eat baked cookies much more than dough! My husband usually can’t keep his hands out of the dough though!

  157. this is how i eat my cookies when i make them! i bake a batch and while the next batch is baking i dig into the warm cookies and put the dough in the middle! YUMMY!!!

  158. Oh man, that’s a tough one – I love both! However, there was a time when I ate so much cookie dough, I literally turned green – GREEN! So, I’ve scaled back on eating straight cookie dough these days, but I do love it in my Ben and Jerry’s cookie dough ice cream πŸ™‚

  159. I like slightly under-baked cookies, so that I get the best of both worlds, dough-y center and crispy edges!

  160. My only curiosity about this cookie was “Would they put raw egg in the dough?” Of course they didn’t. But it needs walnuts to provide contrast to all of the sugar.

  161. I LOVE cookie dough. I bake cookies every Sunday to bring to work for the week and I always sample the cookie dough prior to baking. It’s my way of checking to make sure they’ll turn out okay. I don’t bother with the finished product – I let my husband sample those. πŸ™‚

  162. Definitely raw cookie dough. Nothing beats licking the bowl AND the spoon clean… and sneaking some scoops in between… πŸ™‚

  163. Secretly I just love choc chip cookie dough. I use my own hens eggs, that way I don’t worry so much about the raw egg stuff.

  164. Hands down – cookie dough! There’s something about the raw dough when you’re baking and who can’t resist picking out all of the cookie dough bits in ice cream:)

  165. I LOVE both but the dough is hands down my favorite AND my new obsession. If i could justify keeping some in a container int he fridge to snack on daily I would. LOL πŸ™‚

  166. I’m a cookie dough fiend myself and I’m reviewing this cookbook either this Friday or next! LOVE IT. I haven’t made these cookie sandwiches yet but you can bet I’m going to!

  167. Why should one choose? This is the beauty of making cookies from scratch. You get to have your cookie and eat it too. Ever since I learned how to bake I have loved getting to snack on the the dough as I bake off my cookies and then getting my fresh, warm gooey cookies after baking. These of course require a glass of milk, as anyone who has read If You Give a Mouse A cookie is aware.

  168. I love what you picked to make! I don’t need to be entered in the giveaway, I just had to comment on your cookies! I haven’t picked what to make out of this book yet, there are just too many amazing choices! But this was right up there towards the top – cookies and cookie dough together? It is like the best of both worlds.

  169. YUM!!! I have definitely pinned this! It would be super-exciting to win the cookie dough lover’s cookbook! Fingers crossed!

  170. Cookie dough! And I have learned that not all cookie dough is created equal. Just because I like the cookie doesn’t guarantee I’ll like the dough, and vice versa. Thanks for the giveaway. Either way I’m getting’ that book. It looks awesome!

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  171. Of course the cookie dough is better! But I’m still a sucker for a good cookie with a crispy outside and chewy inside.

  172. Tough decision – made a whole lot easier – had a batch of choc chip cookies that were a but over baked for my taste – crumbled them up (not too fine) and added them to the next batch of dough – cookies were great but the dough was even better.

  173. I really love both! I guess if I HAD to choose, I’d pick baked cookies, fresh out of the oven, with a blob of vanilla ice-cream on top. Love the hot/cold combination.

  174. I loooooove raw cookie dough!! I’m allergic to eggs so I use an egg substitute (Ener-G) so I don’t even feel guilty sampling my raw dough ;).

  175. Some times its all about the dough and other times its all about the cookie. So when you make them at home you can have the best of both worlds and have some of both. YUMMY

  176. Awesome. Thanks for sharing. I found this on Pinterest.com So happy I did. I’m a baker and even though I’m a Junior in High School, I’m already making a business out of it πŸ™‚ I don’t know if that URL to my facebook will let you see the pictures… But those are my amateur cakes πŸ™‚ It’s fun to bake and create new recipes and this one, if I do say so myself… Is awesome!!!

  177. Oh, definitely the dough. Baking in my retreat, whereas what I bake ends up being treat for others. During the cookie-making process, many “quality control” checks mush be done…. So usually, by the time the cookies are actually done baking, I’ve had my fix already. Besides, the calories aren’t added until the cookies are in the oven — right?????

  178. OMG!! I am the baker in my house too!
    I love making cookies especially, but my family eats more cookie dough than baked cookies! These look awesome! I can’t wait to make them this week!
    Thanks Maria!

  179. I LOVE cookie dough! I usually sample so much cookie dough when I’m baking that I can’t even stomach a baked cookie. I’d love this cookbook to try the eggless recipe’s. What a genius book!

  180. Cookie dough for sure!! That is always the food I miss the most when I am pregnant! I would love some eggless cookie dough recipes (and my pregnant sis would too).

  181. The dough, the dough, the dough! I don’t care if there ARE raw eggs in it. Surely as much as we have all eaten since we were kids, we would surely be dead by now if it were THAT harmful, don’t ya think? πŸ™‚

  182. I love eating cookie dough! So much better than baked cookies, but I eat more baked cookies than raw dough because of the eggs, so I am so happy to see some eggless recipes!

  183. Cookie dough, hands down. I even prefer my cookies to more on the “dough” end of the spectrum than “cookie”!

  184. It is a toss up for me. I really enjoy hot cookies straight out of the oven, but then a big blob of cookie dough right out of the freezer is pretty awesome too. The cookbook looks very interesting.

  185. My husband loves cookie dough, but I think nothing beats fresh warm cookies just out of the oven. mmmmm.. I’d still love to try the recipe book though!

  186. I’m not sure if a previous attempt at commenting went through or not.. darn work filters!

    I love dough when I make it, especially chocolate chip!

  187. I love cookies that have been baked to the point where the outside is crisp and the inside is just a bit chewy giving it the hint of the cookie dough state.

  188. Thats a tough decision but youre guaranteed that Cookie dough will always taste delicious. The cookies may not always come out just right or you may accidentally overbook them. So I say cookie dough.( Sometimes i purposely undercook the cookies so they will be gooey, almost like cookie dough ;-). )

  189. Ok, so I like the best of both worlds…Cookie dough is amazing and so are freshly baked, warm cookies — my solution? Bake cookies for a shorter period of time =) edges slightly chewy and the rest is still perfect cookie dough consistency! Warm and cozy comfort food =D

  190. When my boys would ask if they could have the beater, I would say no because it has raw eggs in it and I didn’t want them to get sick…. but really, it was because I wanted to eat them myself!

  191. I love cookie dough! I could eat half of it before I even get to baking the cookies! I always have to use more self control than I really want to. Cookie dough is my most favorite food in the world! πŸ™‚

  192. I think it might be a tie for me. I love cookie dough and I love a cookie right out of the oven. Your recipe makes is possible to have both…YAY!

  193. I definitely LOVE the cookie dough more, but I wouldn’t turn down a cookie! And I definitely will be making these this weekend. Thank you for sharing!

  194. Cookie dough, definitely! I usually replace eggs with applesauce or flax “eggs” in recipes so that I have no qualms about eating the dough πŸ™‚

  195. It’s a tough call but I definitely love cookie dough a little more! Can’t wait to try the recipe!!

  196. Wow, what a hard choice! But in the end I would have to pick a perfectly baked chocolate chip cookie as they are my favorite!

  197. I like chocolate chip cookies…in any form. Raw dough, warm gooey goodness, off a spoon, out of a bakery bag, as an after dinner treat, and a morning wake up with tea. You can’t go wrong.

  198. I like cookie dough the best! It could be the fact that it was so frowned upon to eat raw cookie dough as a child (even though I ALWAYS snuck a nibble or two!). It’s truly irresistible 0:-)

    Thanks for the giveaway! Ranelle24877[at]hotmail[dot]com

  199. I love that I can have both with this recipe! If I had to pick, I’d go for baked cookies warm from the oven!!!

  200. I love a nibble of the cookie dough but prefer to eat the majority baked. These sandwich cookies look delish.

  201. difficult choice, but love the texture of the baked cookies and the saltiness that comes out when cookies are baked. The yen and yang not as distinct in the cookie dough…

  202. I’d have to say I love cookie dough more! I make cookies sometimes to just have a taste of the dough, lol. I’m soo excited to try this recipe. πŸ™‚

  203. It’s a toss up – if the cookies are soft, gooey and chewy then I like those! Otherwise dough is the best!

  204. I never got into raw cookie dough (hot cookies are my downfall!) but my husband could eat it all! I just don’t get it……

  205. Cookie dough vs. baked cookies?? That is one of the hardest “would you rather” questions, in my opinion. I always eat both, but I guess I’ll go with the baked cookie because I usually only eat a few cookies worth of dough whereas I can scarf many, many baked cookies. The final product wins.

  206. I definitely can’t decide. Cookie dough is so creamy, but cookies are so chewy. If I had to choose, I’d say dough. In fact, I am making cookie dough brownies tonight. Can’t wait.

  207. Considering the first thought I had was that I could just make the eggless dough portion to snack on any time…..cookie dough

  208. Cookie Dough all the way! Something about the creamy/ forbidden fruit aura around it makes it irresistible! Guess I like living on the edge – salmonella – pfft -Worth it! πŸ˜€

  209. Definitely cookie dough! Sonic has a new batter batter blast that has cookie dough and brownie batter! Can you say YUM!!!

  210. While I love cookie dough, there’s something about the melted chocolate in chocolate chip cookies & eating them warm and gooey… I’d have to say cookies!

  211. I am firmly on the cookie side, but had 4 kids who loved both. It was always a race to get it into the oven before they ate them. I actually started making them while they were in school. They were so disappointed that I started saving some for them. If I was lucky enough to win I would give the book to my daughter who loves making cookies & eating cookie dough. Thanks for the chance.

  212. LOVE cookie dough! I have memories of growing up during the summer, of my sisters and I munching on the cookie dough so much that there was not enough to make a batch of cookies!

  213. I like cookies, but usually don’t eat to many of them because I have eaten enough of the dough. I love all parts of cookie dough….I have to sample the butter and sugar, then after the eggs, vanilla, etc is added I usually taste it. Then after the flour has been added and again after the oatmeal, chips, etc., etc. Usually, I need a little taste with each cookie sheet that is fill. Looks like a great cookbook. Love your blog.

  214. Mm, hard question! I love cookie dough though.. I like it because it’s so rich and sweet, especially when the cookies haven’t been cooked all the way through and you can still taste the doughy-ness. It’s super yummy.. melt in your mouth. Just love the dough, obviously.. hehe. I love cookies too, don’t get me wrong.. but it’s just the sinful spoonful or two.. or five.. or.. more.. of cookie dough that just makes you wanna smile. πŸ™‚

  215. Cookie dough for sure, there are times that I make a batch of cookie dough and between me and my two kids we don’t even get to baking cookies πŸ™‚ Can’t wait to try these!!

  216. My five year old daughter is like Josh! Loves to eat the cookie dough while I am making them. As she would say she is a “sneaky ninja!” I love the cooked cookies while they are fresh out of the oven! πŸ™‚

  217. As much as I love cookie dough, I definitely have a soft spot for cookies right out of the oven πŸ™‚

  218. Definitely have to go with COOKIE DOUGH! That said, I find dough much easier to eat to excess as spoonfuls don’t make a full cookie until after 5 or 6 heaping tablespoons, right?

  219. OMG i absolutely love cookies! They are my favorite thing to eat ever!! Soft gooey chewy cookies only! Cookie dough is another story omy so rich creamy and yummmyy its absurd. If i could seriously go to your kitchen and eat cookie dough sandwhiches that would make my year. The cookbook will be fine tho lol. i recently competed in a fitness competition and fish and asparagus for the past three months, no cheating. Now omgggg i am going insane, i want the best cookie dough dessert on this planet earth and it looks like i found it! thank you for sharing this blog, post, cookbook. i am deprived lol

  220. Something about eating dough appeals to my rebellious side. Oh yeah, I’m such a rule breaker. Ha! πŸ˜‰

  221. I like the cookie better only because I know there are raw eggs in the batter! This is perfect!! No eggs!

  222. Do I have to choose? Probably warm freshly baked cookies since there are more recipes I like baked rather than raw…buuut I absolutely love chocolate chip cookie dough!

  223. Oh.my.goodness. I am a total sucker for cookie dough. I think I could live off of it if my waste line and health wouldn’t be affected. This cookbook would be awesome!

  224. Cookie dough. Hands down. Sometimes, it takes a lot of self control to carry on with the baking rather than sitting with a spoon and chowing down on dough! This book looks phenomenal!

  225. That is definitely a hard choice, but I’ll have to go with baked cookies! My grandma makes THE best chocolate chip cookies….mmmm.

  226. I’d say cookie dough all the way! In fact, my VERY FIRST COMPLETE SENTENCE EVER IN MY LIFE was, “I like good food like dough”… That opinion of mine still hasn’t changed 20 some years later!!! πŸ™‚

  227. Definitely cookie dough! My best friend, Sally & I have cookie dough dates, a tradition we started in college…..eating cookie dough & discussing boys in our dorm rooms. Now, we just discuss life: my husband & baby, her job & man troubles via phone. Keeps us connected & is super yummy!

  228. Freshly baked cookies beat out cookie dough any day! Also med school has tarnished dough for me; eggs or no eggs, it’s the raw flour that’s most at risk of harbouring bacteria.

  229. OMG! Is this a trick question? I’m so glad I happened upon this recipe that offers the best of both worlds so I’m not having to make a rash decision as to which tops the other! I guess a deciding factor for me would have to be the “chip.” I can eat more raw cookie dough if chip digestion is kept to a minimum, however once that chip has been melted into the sheer bliss of a warm cookie, the cookie digestion increases exponentially. Well it’s a toss up! For the purpose of arguments sake…I’m going to lean more towards the cookie dough. Yummm!

  230. Both… My sister and I used to bake cookies and things together, and smack the hand of whichever of us wasn’t making the dough, while allowing the fingers to grab.. We’ve taught our kids the same way.. Time to teach the grands! With baked cookies, my big fave is sandwiches, but it HAS to be homemade ice cream, nothing else qualifies! Kisses to little Mr. Handsome!

  231. I love both, but cookie dough is my favorite! A warm cookie fresh from the oven can definitely give the dough some competition though…. πŸ™‚

  232. ok, so although I bake a lot of cookies, I don’t enjoy them but cookied dough on the other hand….I truly enjoy. I must confess I’ve even made a single serving at work. yes, I brought the ingredients into work and in a few minutes whipped up scoop of cookie dough to get my fix.

  233. I love cookie dough!! But sometimes I like baked cookies. I guess it depends on what I’m looking for in that moment.

  234. There is absolutely nothing better then a warm chocolate chip cookie straight out of the oven, ahhh that melted chocolate!

  235. While I am attempted to say I like baked cookies better, the amount of raw dough I eat while baking really tells the truth.

  236. It depends on the kind of cookies I’m making, but I usually love to eat the dough- you know, just to “test” it :). I’ll definitely be trying this recipe at my house!

  237. I’d usually tend to vote for baked cookies, but primarily because of food safety issues with cookie dough. Since this book gets around those issues, it’d be an even tougher call. I think I need to try out this cookie dough recipe. For purely research-related purposes, of course. πŸ˜‰

  238. If it is chocolate chip cookie dough, I would have to say the sough. All others, I can wait until they are done.

  239. I LOVE COOKIE DOUGH, BROWNIE BATTER, AND CAKE BATTER!! I love to bake and pride myself on my skills, but I don’t bake for me, I bake for others. If it were up to me I’d just make the dough/batter and eat that, but the finished product is what everyone else loves…weirdos πŸ˜‰

  240. Raw cookie dough, for sure! In college, my girlfriends and I would get together once a week. We would cook dinner together, sit around talking, drinking wine. Someone always brought cookie dough to bake up for dessert, but week after week the dough never made it to the oven- we broke it open and ate it with our fingers, spoons, whatever worked. Wine and cookie dough became a tradition in our circle and at my wedding 3 summers ago, my girlfriends surprised me with cookie dough for us to eat at the reception. Another one of us will get married this summer and I plan to bring along cookie dough for us to dine on! What could be better than cookie dough in a wedding dress?!

  241. Maria, the grown up in me says “but of COURSE I cook each and every one to beautiful perfection.” The truthful NOT SO grown up part of me says “I’m lucky if 3 actually make it to the oven!” Besides, don’t cookie dough balls have fewer calories than the cooked ones??? ;D

  242. I am torn between the two. When making cookies I eat a fair amount of the dough and eat the majority of the baked cookies… But I think I would have to go with the dough being the absolute best part. Nothing tastes quite like it.

  243. I suppose for me it’s somewhere in between. Sometimes I way love the dough better, but if the dough yields a soft, melt in your mouth baked cookie….I am all over that!

  244. I’m more of a cookie dough gal, but I love a good baked cookie as long as it is still soft and gooey so it retains some of that “dough”ness. πŸ™‚

  245. Freshly made cookie dough is my favorite, but cookies still warm from the oven with a glass of cold milk are pretty awesome, too.

  246. It’s a big toss-up… I probably prefer baked. I usually bake mine a little less, though, so the middles are chewy. I love soft cookies!

  247. Oh most definitely cookie dough! just brings back warm gooey memories of stealing finger full of dough when mom was not looking! oh the sinful Delicious-ness! πŸ™‚

  248. I have always loved my cookie dough raw. I mean, don’t get me wrong…who doesn’t love a fresh baked cookie with a tall, cold, glass of milk… but something comical happens with eating the dough raw. I’m pretty sure for me it reminds me of being a kid and my mom yelling at me to not eat it raw as a slipper comes flying at my head. I duck just in time around a corner, full spoon of dough in hand, running for my life as the “blue boomerang” misses my head by mili-seconds. Now, being all grown up (well, not much taller I admit) I still eat it uncooked with a spoon, leaning against my own kitchen counter and smirk to myself…cause I CAN eat it my way now… all with the familiar “woosh” sound echoing through a long lost (sometimes painful when connection was made) memory. BTW, Mom still yells at me for it. Thankfully, she has lost some of the sharp shooter skills in her right arm….

  249. I love Baked Cookies but enjoy snacking on the cookie dough while waiting for the cookies baking in the oven.

  250. Cookie Dough is the answer! In college I used to buy a tub of it premade at the store when I didn’t have anything to do or had a rought time studying (probably the cause of my freshman 15)

  251. I’m a lover of both cookies and cookie dough. I love the dough but can only eat so much at one sitting before it’s time to move on to a nice warm fresh cookie! Unless you give me oatmeal cookie dough, then maybe I’m more of a cookie dough fan!!

  252. I’m not one to turn down either, but if I had to choose only one it’d be cookie dough. Can’t wait to make these, the best of both worlds!

  253. I personally like baked cookies better. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE cookie dough, but something about that warm chocolate chip cookie, with the crisp edges and soft middle, ughh, nothing beats it.

  254. I like the chocolate chip cookie dough better. It is a bit of rebelliousness factor mixed with the taste pleasure. The dough is sweeter and the sticky texture is such a pleasure. Mixing the 2 would be a great idea. I just may have to make ice cream with cookie pieces and dough together now. Oooooh!