Edible Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Recipe

This Edible Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Recipe gives an excuse to eat the very best party of cookies — the dough! There are many great ways to serve Eggless Peanut Butter Cookie Dough! This Raw Cookie Dough recipe is perfect for movie night or easy party foods!

Three cookie dough balls with chocolate chips in candy papers.

Parties can be so much fun. Don’t you think? I love having friends or family over, sharing laughs over the perfect music playing softly in the background. And I love knowing that my guests are experiencing delicious food.

But there have been times when I’ve toiled over the food so much throughout the day that by the time the party comes, I’m too tired to really enjoy it.

That’s why I’ve created some go-to party foods like this Egg Free Cookie Dough peanut butter recipe that makes parties easy.

How to Make Edible Peanut Butter Cookie Dough

It’s so easy to make this no bake peanut butter cookie dough recipe. Why? Because you don’t bake pb cookie dough. That means you don’t have to worry about all the bothersome steps taken for a regular cookie recipe, like creaming the butter and sugar together.

Refrigerate uneaten cookie dough in a covered bowl for up to 7 days in the fridge or up to 2 months in the freezer.

So, if you’re wondering how to make peanut butter cookie dough from scratch, here’s how you do it. Combine all the ingredients except chocolate chips in a bowl. Stir it all together until all it’s all combined. You can serve it as is, or add chocolate chips to the batter. Serve in bowls with a spoon, or roll into balls and roll the balls in chocolate chips.

Because this recipe is made without eggs, there is little concern with contamination from eating raw eggs. However, some have raised concerns about contamination from eating raw flour.

As you can see in the post above, the chances of getting sick from eating raw flour are minimal. However, if you’re concerned, I like this tip from Cooking Light on baking flour to make it safer to eat.

Personally? I take my chances and eat raw vegan cookie dough. I haven’t had any issues yet!

Ingredients for Peanut Butter Edible Cookie Dough

Here are the ingredients for this easy cookie dough recipe: all-purpose flour, peanut butter, softened vegan butter, granulated sugar, brown sugar, plant-based milk, ground flax seeds, and vanilla.

Of course, I also recommend adding dairy-free chocolate chips as well.

There aren’t any complicated steps to make peanut butter cookie batter. Simply combine everything in a bowl and stir together until smooth.

How to Eat Edible Cookie Dough

There are many ways to serve this homemade edible cookie dough peanut butter infused by including the following:

  • Add chocolate chips to the eggless cookie dough batter and roll into balls. Keep the dough balls refrigerated and serve on a tray
  • Grab a couple of spoons and eat the easy cookie dough recipe straight from the bowl!
  • Add bits of this edible raw cookie dough to your favorite vegan ice cream or even some Banana Nice Cream
  • Roll the raw cookie dough recipe into small balls and maybe even coat it in chocolate and then freeze them for delicious bite-size frozen peanut butter cookie dough balls treats!
  • Add bits of the cookie dough to your favorite vegan ice cream to make peanut butter chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream.
  • Add 1/2 cup cocoa powder to make chocolate peanut butter cookie dough.

Whatever you do, be sure not to bake easy edible cookie dough recipes. It’s not made for baking — for example, there’s no baking powder or baking soda!

Single Serve Peanut Butter Cookie Dough

If you want edible peanut butter cookie dough single serving, here’s how you go about making that:

Combine 1/4 cup flour with 1/3 cup peanut butter, 2 tablespoons of vegan butter (softened), 1/3 cup powdered sugar, and 2 teaspoons of ground flax seed. Stir this all together. Serve as is or add 2 – 3 tablespoons of dairy free chocolate chips!

You can also look at this recipe as chocolate chip cookie dough peanut butter infused!

Several edible peanut butter cookie dough balls in papers sitting next to chocolate chips and snowflake decorations.
Peanut Butter dough is best with chocolate chips.

What I’ve learned about planning parties is to serve as many “prepare ahead of time” dishes as possible. This one is high on my list because you can prepare it several days in advance. And that’s where these no egg Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Bites come in really handy!

Side-by-side photos of snowflake ornaments and edible cookie dough balls.
Serve peanut butter cookies dough in balls rolled in chocolate chips!

Love Vegan Peanut Butter Recipes?

If you love this easy peanut butter cookie dough recipe, and you want more vegan peanut butter recipes, be sure to check these out:

Cookie dough balls are a great holiday treat
Egg free peanut butter cookie dough is good to the last bite!

I hope you love this recipe as we do! Have you tried it? Be sure and leave a comment and a rating of this recipe below and then take a quick photo and share it with me using #namelymarly on Instagram. I love seeing your creations!

Easy to prepare and delicious to eat holiday party treats

Vegan Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Bites

Vegan Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Bites are easily prepared ahead of time for your next holiday party. It’s something everyone — vegan or not — will love!
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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Vegan Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Bites
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 38
Calories: 100kcal
Author: Namely Marly

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Pour all the ingredients except chocolate chips in a bowl.
  • Stir together until all the ingredients are combined.
  • Serve in bowls with a spoon, or roll into balls and roll the balls in chocolate chips.
  • Refrigerate uneaten cookie dough in a covered bowl for up to 7 days in the fridge or up to 2 months in the freezer.

Notes

I used Enjoy Foods mini chocolate chips that are made without dairy.
Nutrition Facts
Vegan Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Bites
Amount Per Serving
Calories 100 Calories from Fat 63
% Daily Value*
Fat 7g11%
Saturated Fat 2g10%
Sodium 54mg2%
Potassium 47mg1%
Carbohydrates 8g3%
Fiber 1g4%
Sugar 6g7%
Protein 2g4%
Vitamin A 10IU0%
Vitamin C 0.1mg0%
Calcium 12mg1%
Iron 0.7mg4%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

The nutrition information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator and should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.

Enjoy!

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13 Responses to Edible Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Recipe

    • These would be great with either of those ingredients. I happen to partial to agave. Hmm, I might have to work on an sugar alternative recipe…

  1. Were you able to locate instant mashed potato flakes that are vegan? I looked at the store, and they all had butter or dry milk in them. Any subs?

    • Hi Mary! Believe it or not, the Target (best pronounced tar-jay) brand of instant mashed potatoes appears to be vegan. Not that I advocate using them very much…but they can be very handy in a pinch!

    • Went shopping today- and found some that were just plain ol’ potato flakes- no dry dairy bits in there.

      Thanks! Can’t wait to make these–Mmm!

    • I needed a study break- so I just made these and WOW are they amazing! Probably has to do with all that powdered sugar 😉

      I used Kashi Vanilla wheat biscuits because I forgot to buy Chex. They taste great, so the substitution was fine.

      I also added quick oats at the end with the chocolate chips. I like the dry crunchy texture it adds. I’ll make these again for sure…I’m surprised any of it actually made it to the fridge!

    • Oh, do I know how you feel! Many a night I spent studying in grad school required something sweet on the side. But at least if you’re going to have something sweet, it’s got to be vegan! So glad you liked them. Best wishes on your studies!

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