I’ve been wanting to make cookie dough truffles ever since I saw Anne Thornton make them on her Dessert First episode “Chocolate Chip Comfort.” Unfortunately, her version was made with raw egg-Food Network put a little caveat on the bottom saying it’s okay as long as you use Grade A eggs or something, but I was too nervous so I went looking for an egg-free version (see Mom, all your warnings about salmonella in raw egg seeped into my brain! Aren’t you proud?). Anyway, it was easy enough to find an egg-free version-I used this one from, a great husband-wife foodie blog. I did use some of Anne Thornton’s suggestions for toppings though-such as chopped nuts and cinnamon. The great thing about egg-free cookie dough is that you don’t have to feel bad licking the bowl! Unless eating raw butter, flour and sugar makes you feel guilty. In that case you’re on your own.

I melted some of this milk chocolate in the microwave and dipped a few truffles in it.

The chocolate dipped rolled in chopped almonds were my favorite-I felt they deserved their own close-up!
Health food-mmm.

One tip I learned in case you want to make them yourself: Make the dough balls realllly small, because when you dip them in the melted chocolate, they get a whole lot bigger! Use a teaspoon measure to scoop them out, as suggested in the Anne Thornton recipe. Then don’t eat too many in one sitting, or you may end up with a stomachache. Not that I would know or anything…

All photos by me


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  1. ah! these look so good!

    Published 11.29.11 · Reply
  2. Thanks Whitney! Yes they were good…too good!

    Published 11.29.11 · Reply
  3. Amy wrote:

    YUM! I made some of these with condensed milk instead of egg… but I gotta be honest, most of them never made it as far as getting chocolate-dipped…… also saw a recipe for cookie dough choc fudge that looked amazing! Anything with cookie dough wins πŸ™‚ Yours looks pretty!

    Published 11.29.11 · Reply
  4. Natalie wrote:

    Wow, are these even real? They sound amazing, and look so pretty!

    Published 11.30.11 · Reply
  5. Amy-cookie dough chocolate fudge sounds amazingg! gotta try that next.

    Natalie-thanks! yes all too real, as i know since i ate waaaay too many πŸ™‚

    Published 11.30.11 · Reply
  6. Al wrote:

    I think this is the best post yet on this blog. OMG it seriously looks like a cook book, the pictures are so pretty. I think I may need to make these for all these holiday parties and be super impressive πŸ™‚


    Published 11.30.11 · Reply
  7. Oh yummmm. I love truffles!

    Published 12.1.11 · Reply
  8. Adrianna wrote:

    these look delish!

    Published 12.22.11 · Reply
  9. Bettina wrote:

    Love the photos, they really make me want to make this recipe!

    Published 1.4.12 · Reply