This sweet Funfetti Edible Cookie Dough For Two is made in minutes. It's vegan and gluten-free, and the flour does not need to be heat-treated.
My birthday was about a week ago, so I thought some easy edible cookie dough would be a fun recipe for the occasion. It's definitely more fun than a funfetti birthday cake. I've never been much of a cake person, so this was the perfect snack in addition to my Vegan Rocky Road Ice Cream recipe.
Pilsbury owns the trademark to "Funfetti", but it has become commonplace to use the term when referring to rainbow sprinkles.
This Funfetti Edible Cookie Dough For Two is the perfect sweet treat for when you want a bite of cookie dough, but don't want to commit to a whole batch of Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Have you ever worried about eating raw cookie dough? Before I was vegan, I don't think I ever worried about it.
Since this is a vegan cookie dough, there are no raw eggs in this recipe. It is also safe because there is no need to worry about heat-treated flour. I used almond flour which is safe to use without heat treatment.
For the sprinkles, I used a brand that is vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, free of corn starch, and free of artificial dyes. Instead of artificial flavor, it has natural flavors like vegetable juices, spirulina, and turmeric. It contains ingredients like sunflower lecithin, palm kernel oil, and carnauba wax.
That is important to me because I am not only vegan and gluten-free, but I have a corn intolerance as well, which I realized a few years after starting my website.
❤️ Why You'll Love It
- It is a small portion. You can share with a friend, or save some for yourself for later.
- It's made in about 5 minutes.
- This edible funfetti cookie dough is sweet and rich; it'll satisfy your sweet tooth.
- Almond flour: I like almond flour for this recipe because it is a great flour alternative. You could also use oat flour, which can be eaten uncooked. Gluten-free all-purpose baking flour 1:1 gluten-free baking flour, or all-purpose flour would also work, but I recommend heat-treating them to kill harmful bacteria in the raw flour.
- Brown sugar: I have tried this recipe with maple syrup, but I prefer it with brown sugar. The maple syrup was overpowering. You could also use granulated sugar.
- Vegan butter: Adds a rich buttery flavor. Let it soften to room temperature so it will mix better.
- Vanilla extract: Enhances flavors.
- Oat milk: Thins out the batter. I used oat milk, but you could use soy milk, cashew milk, almond milk, or your favorite dairy-free milk.
- Salt: Enhances sweetness.
- Rainbow sprinkles: I ordered colorful rainbow sprinkles online because I wanted some that were vegan gluten-free, and corn-free. They also happen to be soy-free and free of artificial dyes. Win-win! You could also use chocolate chips like I did for my Edible Cookie Dough recipe.
To see the full list of ingredients with measurements and instructions, see the recipe card at the bottom of this post.
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Step 1: Add all ingredients to a small mixing bowl except sprinkles.
Step 2: Stir the mixture until combined.
Step 3: Fold in candy sprinkles.
How to Heat-Treat Flour
If you choose to use a flour other than almond flour, below is how to heat-treat it.
Even though these methods are not a guarantee that the flour will be safe to consume, I think it is better than eating uncooked flour and risking getting E. coli.
- Preheat oven to 350°F.
- Spread flour on a parchment paper-lined baking sheet.
- Bake for several minutes. Check with a thermometer that the temperature is at least 165°F throughout. If it hasn't reached that temperature, bake for 2-3 minutes more, and check the temperature again.
- Let cool for 30 minutes.
- Heat flour in a microwave-safe dish for 1 minute. Stir.
- Microwave another minute, or until the temperature is at least 165°F throughout.
- Let cool.
👩🏻🍳 Recipe FAQs
This edible cookie dough is made with almond flour, brown sugar, vanilla extract, oat milk, vegan butter, salt, and rainbow sprinkles.
This edible cookie dough is safe because it doesn't call for eggs, and uses almond flour which can be eaten raw.
This eggless cookie dough tastes just like regular cookie dough but is safe to eat raw.
This funfetti cookie dough recipe will last about 5 days in an airtight container in the refrigerator, and several months in the freezer.
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Funfetti Edible Cookie Dough For Two
- Mix all ingredients in a small bowl except rainbow sprinkles.
- Fold in rainbow sprinkles.
*Note: Nutrition information should be considered an estimate only. Different nutrition calculators give you different results.