Nichola's Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Truffles Recipe
Little balls of chocolate chip cookie dough are dipped in dark chocolate and drizzled with white chocolate for a sweet and pretty truffle.
I've actually never made chocolate chip cookie dough truffles before, and I'm really glad I gave them a try. They're quite delicious. I made a few adjustments to this recipe, including toasting the flour first (not just for food safety reasons, but because toasting it gives it more flavor), reduced the brown sugar to 1/2 cup, and use 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips in the filling. The only thing I would do differently next time for the cookie dough would be to add a touch more salt. I also alternated between covering the cookie dough in dark vs white chocolate, and found that the white chocolate was much better with the cookie dough. The dark chocolate almost overpowered, whereas the white chocolate really complimented the cookie dough flavor. I also got 24 1-tbsp sized truffles out of this. Thank you for the recipe--I will be making them again!
This cookie dough is good by itself. Here are my suggestions (although, I don't think it needs a big change): I think mini chocolate chips would be better in this just for the biting into it factor. This is an excellent base recipe to make other edible raw cookie doughs as well. I may try milk chocolate for the dipping next time. I used a homemade white chocolate for drizzling, and I think store bought would've melted better for decoration, but if you are having a hankering for cookie dough...just make this one and go for it straight! Well done!
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