the cookie or the dough?
So, I want to ask a question that might spark a huge, ugly debate. It’s a question that I don’t know if I can even answer, because I feel so passionate about both sides.
What is better: Cookie dough or a cookie?
As for myself (today), I am totally on Team Cookie Dough. I know that people will let me know that the eggs in the dough could be harmful, but seriously it won’t change my mind.
If I go eating cookie dough, I will want to be remembered by that. Plus, I will be in a perfect state of happiness as I go. No bite of cookie dough has ever left me filled with regret.
I just have no control. When you put a bowl of cookie dough in front of me, I can’t help but eat a couple handfuls.
That’s right . . . I said HANDFULS. I may have issues. But then let’s talk about a warm cookie.
By the time the cookies are finally done baking, I am so full of cookie dough that I can’t even bring myself to try a cookie. But do I try anyway? Yes. Always. You always have to taste the finished product.
Whether you love cookie dough or cookies, this recipe is for YOU.
The dough is divine (in my humble opinion), but my husband swears that the cookies are even better (but you don’t have to take his word for it).
what oats work best for this recipe?
We always use instant oats in our baking. Rolled oats are bigger than instant oats and take a little longer to cook. However, if you over cook the cookie to better cook the oats, you will have dry cookies.
If a recipe calls for instant oats, but you only have rolled oats, no problem. The cookies will just be a little more chewy.
But for best results, we highly recommend using instant oats for this recipe.
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