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    Default Pregnancy-safe Cookie Dough recipe

    Because I was not at all sure this would belong in the 'pregnancy health' section, here's my favourite recipe at the moment.

    I am currently lying like an obese harp seal on the bed, licking this off a teaspoon from the bowl that is cradled against my belly.

    Enjoy!
    But not too much.
    Or you'll give birth to a cookie.

    * 2 cups all-purpose/plain flour

    * 1/2 teaspoon salt

    * 3/4 cups unsalted butter, softened to almost melting point.

    * 1 cups packed brown sugar

    * 1/2 cups sifted white sugar

    * 1 tablespoon vanilla extract

    * 4 tablespoons milk

    * As many chocolate chips as you want. Go mad, nobody's watching.



    * Mix.

    * Assume this face:

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    Yum! Are you actually baking them...or just eating the dough? I loooove cookie dough mixed through icecream - yum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellybub View Post
    Yum! Are you actually baking them...or just eating the dough? I loooove cookie dough mixed through icecream - yum!
    Baking is taking away precious eating time!

    If you want to bake them, you can add eggs.

    This is for eating from the bowl, swirling into cakes or brownies, or putting into icecream.

    And it's soooo good

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    Default Pregnancy-safe Cookie Dough recipe

    Yum! Bumping this

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    Default Pregnancy-safe Cookie Dough recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by Justwant2beamummy View Post
    Yum! Bumping this
    This! ^

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    Default Pregnancy-safe Cookie Dough recipe

    Yummy!! Oh i am so making this... I might have a dough party with myself hahaha

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    Default Pregnancy-safe Cookie Dough recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by ToughLove View Post
    Baking is taking away precious eating time!

    If you want to bake them, you can add eggs.

    This is for eating from the bowl, swirling into cakes or brownies, or putting into icecream.

    And it's soooo good
    Omg I'm lying in bed laughing so hard!!! You made my morning!!

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    Wow I am sure my normal choc chips recipe is pregnancy safe.. it has condensed milk instead of eggs..

    Great I have been eating so healthy and now i feel like cookie dough.. I blame you TL.

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    Default Pregnancy-safe Cookie Dough recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by barefooted&pregnant View Post
    wow i am sure my normal choc chips recipe is pregnancy safe.. It has condensed milk instead of eggs..

    Great i have been eating so healthy and now i feel like cookie dough.. I blame you tl.
    yum!!!

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    Default Pregnancy-safe Cookie Dough recipe

    I make this all the time!! Yum yum


 

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