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cookies or cookie dough?


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Cookie dough.  Once they're cooked, they can be tossed.

cookie dough *drooooool*

the reason I don't ever make cookies is that when I do, only half the batch ends up becoming cookies....

There's an argument for both:

Both are good additions to ice cream

For dough, you don't need an oven or wait time

But then, you can't dunk dough in milk

However, in an effort to conserve energy  Innocent , I'm going with dough. 

I like to dip a freshly baked cookie right into the cookie dough. YUM.  best of both worlds.

@cheerup - you now have me contemplating the merits of a cookie sandwich with raw cookie dough as a filling.  Laughing

I have never understood the cookie dough thing.  Not horrible but really - cookie dough? I dont mean you guys but the big following it has and then in ice cream? You can get real cookie bits in ice cream.  <- (clearly doesnt get it)

COOKIES!

mmmm .... droool ..... is the cookie dough in ice cream by chance? Surprised

if Id have to choose it would be cookies right from the oven, nice and hot and gooey. yummm. with a big glass of milk right with it.

def cookies. i can't stomach cookie dough unless its in ice cream or something. but even then i prefer cookies.

Question: isn't raw cookie dough NOT good for you?? Unless it's vegan or something...I mean, raw flour and eggs???

Original Post by izzyy23:

Question: isn't raw cookie dough NOT good for you?? Unless it's vegan or something...I mean, raw flour and eggs???

there is a slight chance of Salmonella contamination in raw eggs.

neither raw nor cooked cookies are "good" for you - but that's ok! :)

i agree with those that hate the dough - i think it's gross

but hot fresh out of the oven cookies are amazing! especially when they are soft and gooey... suddenly, i need to eat some chocolate chip chewy cookies... so good!

cookies hands down!

Original Post by annietheking:

neither raw nor cooked cookies are "good" for you - but that's ok! :)

I disagree with this - I think treats are good for everyone!

But atleast you wont get salmonella from baked cookies :\

Cookie dough heavenly!!! But it'll sure make you sick if you eat too much...I know from experience :P

Original Post by izzyy23:

Original Post by annietheking:

neither raw nor cooked cookies are "good" for you - but that's ok! :)

I disagree with this - I think treats are good for everyone!

But atleast you wont get salmonella from baked cookies :\

err...what do you mean by "good" then?

healthy? or "healthy to indulge"? because if, as i suspect, you meant the latter, then the slight risk of salmonella isn't enough to mar the healthy once in a while indulgence idea.

I don't even care about the risk of salmonella- cookie dough is SO WORTH IT! I'm going with the dough! :-)

The heavenly taste of cookie dough eliminates the chance of salmonella for me :P  Besides, I've eaten my weight in cookie dough over the years and have never gotten food poisoning.

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Original Post by annietheking:

Original Post by izzyy23:

Original Post by annietheking:

neither raw nor cooked cookies are "good" for you - but that's ok! :)

I disagree with this - I think treats are good for everyone!

But atleast you wont get salmonella from baked cookies :\

err...what do you mean by "good" then?

WHat I meant by good was, basically, whether or not I'll get salmonella poisoning from eating it.

If I have one (or two or three...) cookie(s), I'll be happy and NOT sick. If I have one (+...) serving of raw eggs and flour, I very well may. (Esspecially w/ my sensitive stomach ;P)

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Jun 30 2010 00:08
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About the time fire was discovered, someone found that baking the cookie dough would preserve it until morning.

The BEST is refrigerated oatmeal cookie dough.  None of it ever goes in the oven.

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