Monster Cookie Dough Dip
Are looking for a dessert recipe that you can make and eat almost instantly? This small batch no bake Monster Cookie Dough Dip is everything you love about monster cookies – peanut butter, M&Ms, chocolate chips, and oats – but without the baking.
I love chocolate (in case you couldn’t tell by my old blog name) and don’t discriminate against candy brands as I love them all – Hershey’s, Mars, Cadbury, Boyer, the list goes on.
One of my all-time favorites is M&Ms; if you put a whole bag in front of me, I can’t guarantee it’ll still be there.
There is something about the crunch that they bring that I love.
Take ice cream, for example. When I order a McFlurry from McDonald’s or a blizzard/snowstorm/cyclone/insert storm name here from a local ice cream stand, I usually go with M&M.
Bonus points if it’s M&M AND peanut butter.
Given that last statement, it’s no surprise that I love monster cookies, which are peanut butter oatmeal cookies with chocolate chips and M&Ms. It’s all of my favorite flavors in one cookie!
I’m not entirely sure how monster cookies earned their name. Maybe because Cookie Monster wanted a cookie with M&Ms in it? Maybe because they are a mash of several cookies in one a la Frankenstein style (hence, monster)?
Whatever the reason, I don’t pass up a monster cookie. And as much as I love baking (and eating) fresh warm cookies, sometimes I want dessert instantly.
That’s when I got the idea to turn these favorite cookies into this small batch Monster Cookie Dough Dip that you can eat almost as soon as you make it.
No waiting for the cookies to bake or cool down. All you need to do is grab some graham crackers (or your spoon) and dive right in.
When you think of tailgating dips, you probably instantly think of cheese, dairy, and bacon. Not all party dips have to be savory! Serve up this sweet dip, and I guarantee it won’t last long.
If you’re anything like me, you probably snuck a few bites of cookie dough while baking cookies.
We all know the tale of not eating dough because we could get sick from eating raw egg (not that it has ever stopped me).
However, to be on the safe side, I made an eggless cookie dough dip with peanut butter, oats, chocolate chips, and M&Ms. Salmonella problem solved.
If you like this dip, then you’ll probably also like my M&M Cookie Dough Ice Cream as well.
Monster Cookie Dough Dip
This no bake Monster Cookie Dough Dip is everything you love about monster cookies – peanut butter, M&Ms, chocolate chips, and oats – but without the baking.
- 1/4 cup (2 ounces or 4 tablespoons) unsalted butter, softened
- 1/4 cup creamy peanut butter
- 2 tablespoons packed brown sugar
- 2 tablespoons granulated sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/3 cup all-purpose flour
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 1 tablespoon whole milk
- 1/2 cup rolled oats
- 1/2 cup M&Ms
- 1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips
- In a large mixing bowl on medium speed, beat together the butter, peanut butter, brown sugar, sugar, and vanilla until smooth and creamy, about 1-2 minutes.
- Scrape down the bowl then on low speed, gradually beat in the flour and salt until dough forms then add the milk, oats, M&Ms, and chocolate chips.
Serve immediately with graham crackers. Store leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 1 week (bring to room temperature before serving).
More Recipes For You To Make
M&M Cookie Dough Ice Cream
Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
Peppermint Patty Cookie Dough Dip
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Did you know that it is dangerous to eat raw flour? Most cases where people get sick from eating raw cookie dough is not from the eggs but the flour.
Here is an article on it http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2011/12/09/143450624/the-surprising-ingredient-in-raw-cookie-dough-that-could-make-you-sick
Please be safe and eat at your own risk.
Yes I have heard of that and it is a possibility, but it’s also similar to eating fresh spinach or fresh tomatoes. There is nothing wrong with eating them raw until cross-contamination occurs, which is a risk in anything that we eat. If you’re uncomfortable eating raw flour, yes please eat at your own risk.
Also, that article doesn’t address whether the equipment used to process the cookie dough was clean or contaminated. They focused only on the ingredients. If raw flour was the issue, I would think other companies who make cookie dough or even cake mix would also have reports on illness.
You can bake the flour first or microwave it to kill the bacteria in the flour to make it safe for consumption. Or you can just use oat flour or another type of flour that is okay to eat raw.
Good tips for anyone unsure about eating raw flour.
Cookie dough dip in any flavor wins, but even more so with peanut butter!
Did you know that eating cookie dough increases your chances of yummitude? Be warned guys, you might just be unable to control the deliciousness that would result in making and eating this dip :P