If you have never tasted edible gluten free cookie dough, you have been missing out! It is so rich, creamy and satisfying. After you sink your teeth into the first sweet bite, you are going to fall in love.
One of the hardest parts will be not allowing yourself to eat the entire batch! Or even harder is which of these mouthwatering gluten free cookie dough recipes to make first!
If you are new to cooking gluten-free, don’t worry; I have many tips and tricks available to help you make the most flavorful food you have ever tasted. Take a look at this How To Eat Gluten Free Anywhere + The Best Gluten Free Diet Tips to help you get started.
Conveniently, each one of these luscious gluten free cookie dough recipes has been created by me and can easily be found on this blog. Gone are the days of scouring the internet looking for the best recipes because I have them saved in one easy place for you.
Two Things You Should Know About Edible Cookie Dough:
- The most important thing about edible cookie dough is that you need to bake the flour for a few minutes before using it. There has been some controversy over eating raw flour and the consensus is that it can harbor bacteria. I am not one to risk it for cookie dough so I include instructions to bake gluten free flour in my gluten free cookie dough recipes.
- Edible cookie dough has a lot of fun uses besides just eating with a spoon! It can go into fudge, you can even make a pie crust out of it, etc!
Sweet cookie dough indulgent recipes like these need to be shared with you! If you have an addiction to anything sweet, then you are going to go crazy for these recipes. The best part is that these delicious dishes can be thrown together even when you are in a hurry.
Gluten Free Cookie Dough Recipes You Must Try:
The foundation recipe for all of these yummy cookie dough ideas is this homemade gluten free cookie dough recipe:
Classic Gluten Free Edible Cookie Dough
If you want a quick recipe that is full of flavor, then you need to check out this edible gluten free cookie dough Once you have the four ingredients mixed, you can break out the spoons and munch away. This gluten free cookie dough is also creamy enough that you can spread it like frosting!
Gluten Free Cookie Dough Magic Bars
I am telling you this gluten free cookie dough 7 layer magic bars are out of this world amazing! They are perfect for get-togethers or when you want to cure your sweet tooth.
This 8x8 pan would be terrific to make these cookie dough 7 layer bars in because it even comes with a lid. Perfect for storing and transporting!
Some of my favorite gluten free flour blends for edible cookie dough include:
- Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free 1 to 1 Baking Flour for my homemade cookie dough recipes. If you have never tried this brand, you should give it a try because you will be glad you did.
- Authentic Foods Multiblend. Authentic Foods grinds their gluten free flours finer than anyone else I know! You can really taste the difference in your gluten free baking!
- Pamela's Gluten Free Artisan Blend is also super finely ground.
Gluten Free Chocolate Cookie Dough Fudge
Gluten free chocolate chip cookie dough fudge is almost sinful to eat. This heavenly dessert will have your friends and family begging you to make more. Honestly, I would double the batch because it is going to get devoured right away!
If you are planning to give this fudge away as gifts, then you should look at these bakery boxes. You can add ribbon, handmade note, and a bow and you have a fantastic gift idea.
Gluten Free Chocolate Edible Cookie Dough
Craving something that is really chocolaty, smooth and rich? You are sure to enjoy this delectable edible gluten free chocolate cookie dough. I promise after the first taste you will be in food heaven.
These ramekin serving bowls are really adorable and perfect for serving your cookie dough out of. You can control the portion sizes quickly, and no one can complain someone else got a bigger helping.
This easy chocolaty edible cookie dough is also perfect to make a crust for ice cream pies!
Gluten Free Cookie Dough Pie Crust
For dinner parties or special occasions, you will wow your guests when you serve them vanilla ice cream pie with a gluten free chocolate cookie dough crust. You can add as many mix-ins and toppings as you want, so it is entirely versatile to fit any occasion.
You can add some gluten free chocolate chips, marshmallows or sprinkles to take your pie to a whole new level of awesome.
Gluten Free Cookie Dough Frosting
Many times people think if you are gluten-free you can eat things like donuts. These gluten free chocolate donuts are covered in cookie dough frosting. They are so good that your mouth will water whenever you think about them.
To make your life a little easier, you should consider a Babycakes Donut Maker. If you want donuts that are cooked to perfection every time, then a donut maker is just what you need. Donut pans are also good, but it is harder to mimic the "fried" outside texture on donuts when they are made in a donut pan.
If you prefer baked gluten free cookies, try one of my kids' favorite gluten free cookie recipes:
- Giant Gluten Free Oatmeal Pizookie Cookie
- Gluten Free Funfetti Sprinkle Cookies
- Gluten Free Brookies (a cross between a brownie and a cookie!)
- Quick and Easy Gluten Free Sugar Cookies
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I hope you feel inspired to make and eat some terrific cookie dough! Which one of these recipes sounds the best to you?
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