Remember when you used to bake cookies with your mom and at the end, she’d let you lick the spoon? And how you waited so patiently and eagerly for that moment to arrive? And how licking the spoon was the best thing ever? Yea, me too. Now, as a grown adult, I will admit that I’ve bought those tubes of cookie dough just to eat it straight out of the packaging. Of course, there is the caution against eating raw eggs, so here is a completely safe-to-eat, eggless cookie dough recipe! And better yet, it’s just enough for a single-serving so you don’t have to feel guilty about over indulging. It’s perfect as a cookie dip, or simply by the spoonful! I based this recipe off of one from Savory Experiments but put my own twist on it. Be sure to check out her recipe, too, if you like this one. Enjoooooy!
- 1 tbsp white sugar
- 1 tbsp brown sugar
- 1 tbsp softened butter
- 1 tbsp crushed sugar cone pieces
- 1 tbsp crushed Chocolate Chip Teddy Bear Cookies
- Extra cookies for dipping (optional)
- 1 tsp white chocolate chips
- 1 tbsp water (or until desired consistency is reached)
- 1/4 tbsp vanilla extract
- pinch of salt
- 1/4 cup flour
Add all ingredients into a mixing bowl.
Mix until desired consistency is reached (this is where you can add more water)
After you’ve finished mixing the dough, place into a dish, garnish with sprinkles and enjoy by the spoonful!
or as a dip for cookies!
While I made (and let’s be honest, ate) this cookie dough recipe, I watched The People V. O.J Simpson which, as you probably assumed, is about the infamous O.J. Simpson trial in 1995. Before watching this show, I was only vaguely familiar with the case. All I knew was that O.J. was being tried for killing his wife, whom many believed he was guilty of but had gotten off because of his high profile defense lawyer. Since I didn’t know much, as far as details went, this show was pretty enthralling for me.
After I finished the 10-episode series, I was so intrigued by the whole trial that I went on an internet researching rampage. What I concluded after reading several different assessments of the case was that the show was pretty dang accurate. I even thought that the casting of actors for each key character was 100% on point down to the hair and makeup, styling and just the overall embodiment of personalities.
This show kind of made me wish I was old enough at the time of the trial to remember it. From what I have gathered, it was a national sensation where many polarized Americans felt like they, too, were a part of the jury and were either rooting for O.J.’s acquittal or his sentence. Whether you’re familiar with the case or not, I highly recommend that you watch it!