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Egg-Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough for Ice Cream

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As you know (because I keep yapping about it), I am in-love with my ice cream maker and make ice cream alllllll the time. So the latest is vanilla ice cream with chocolate chip cookie dough. I was thinking how could I make the dough without having the raw egg situation. Then it hit me, cream cheese. It makesa soft dough, almost like play-dough. Easy to roll into tiny ball or smoosh into pieces, whatever floats your boat. Heck, you can eat the dough and forget the ice cream. Anyways this was a big hit.
I plan to make a batch and keep the little pieces of dough in the freezer to add to ice cream (or to nibble on ;-) I think in a tight container, they will keep for a few months. Well at lest that is the goal!!
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Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough for Ice Cream

 

1/2 softened butter

1/4 cup brown sugar or rapadurah

1/8 cup granulated sugar or evaporated cain

1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

3/4 cup cups whole wheat pastry or all-purpose flour

1/8 teaspoon sea salt

4 oz cream cheese

1/3 cup chopped dark chocolate or chips

 

 

In a mixer cream butter and sugars. Add vanilla and mix. Add flour, salt and mix. Add cream cheese and mix until the dough comes together like play-dough. Add chocolate. Roll into small marble size balls or smooshed bits. Freeze on a tray and then add to ice cream or transfer to a freezer container, until you’re ready to use.

 

 

My No Egg Vanilla Ice Cream

 

1 1/2 cup heavy cream

1/2 cup of sweetener, if you want it sweeter, us 3/4 cup.

a generous pinch of salt

1 1/2 cup half and half or whole milk (I use raw whole milk)

Vanilla, you can use half a pod scraped or 1 tsp. vanilla or if you have a heavy duty mixer, life a vita-mix, throw in 1/2 a pod with the cream. Blend it a minute and strain out the big pieces. This is what I do.

 

Mix all together and pour in ice cream maker and run for 30 minutes.

 

  

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Porch Days

I have saved these recipes to try. My daughter loves to eat the cookie dough so this should be perfect. Thanks. Nancy

Debbie

I'm not the cookie dough fan in my house, everyone else is. But this actually makes me think I'd love it... must be the cream cheese!

Blessings, Debbie

Theresa

Oh yum!!!!! THis sounds amazing! Thank you, Clarice. You always come up with the most creative recipes!!! :) xoxo

Gina

Thank you Clarice!! We still haven't made it yet, but I'm think this week its needed! cream cheese & chocolate..that combo can't go wrong.

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest

I've been looking at ice cream makers because of you! Of course, by the time I decide on one summer will be over :)

Paula

I love your image and the yummy recipe! It sounds amazing! You are so creative and talented sweetie… A real gourmet! :D xo Love, Paula… I hope I will be able to participate in Tasha Tudor day! I look forward to seeing how you and the girls celebrate.

matty

Brilliant idea! Okay. So I have to confess. I have ordered an ice cream freezer that makes in the freezer and not one I have to church. A lot. I am so excited. You are going to have to write an ice cream receipe book for us! Yummers...

Nan

That's funny I am sitting here listening to the ice cream maker. I'm making Paleo ice cream as we eat the Paleo/Primal type diet. Mine is so simple with one can of coconut milk, 1/4 cup honey, 1 tsp vanilla and 1 tbs cocoa powder. Blend together and process for 30 minutes in the ice cream maker. I later stir in walnuts.

Lena

Wow, the use of the cream cheese is a brillant idea Clarice.

When I was a young girl we used to make homemade ice cream pretty often, but even though I love my ice cream maker, I don't use it as often as I'd like. Think you could come up with a no calorie ice cream? LOL! I love ice cream! Lately, it's been root beer floats for me. My favorite summertime treat!
xo

RubyJean

I just came across your LOVELY blog...I especially LOVE all the ROSE recipes...I make a Rose Jelly...I have never tried a Rose Syrup before...So I will be sure to have to try it... : ) I look forward to following along as well...
Have a Blessed Weekend
Angelina

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