If you love brownies as much as I do, you’re going to love this Edible Brownie Batter Cookie Dough recipe! It’s sinfully delicious and ready in 5 minutes.
If you’ve tried my Edible Cookie Dough recipe and loved it, you’re going to love this Edible Brownie Batter! The recipes are similar, but this one is full of chocolatey goodness!
Edible Brownie Batter Cookie Dough Recipe
You know how sometimes you find yourself licking the spatula after mixing brownie batter even though you know you shouldn’t?
It’s too good not to!
When I was a kid, I wanted to eat the batter for everything. My mom always warned me that I could get very sick, but I didn’t care. Every bite was worth it!
Then I grew up, got salmonella poisoning around the age of 23 and learned my lesson. No more raw eggs, no more cross contamination.
Most brownie recipes call for eggs and while tempting, we all know it’s not safe to lick the spatula. So here is an edible brownie batter that you can eat without worry!
Ingredients For Edible Brownie Batter
This tasty treat only takes a few minutes to whip up and only uses a small handful of pantry staples. It’s slightly dangerous since I bet you will always have these ingredients on hand and will want to make this Edible Brownie Batter way too often!
Here’s what you’ll need:
- oat flour
- brown sugar
- granulated sugar
- vanilla extract
- cocoa powder
- chocolate chips
- dark chocolate chunks (or a dark chocolate bar)
*the full list of ingredients and measurements can be found at the bottom of this post in the recipe card.
How To Make Edible Brownie Batter Cookie Dough
This recipe is dangerously simple to make. If you’ve made my Edible Cookie Dough before, the steps are very similar.
You’ll be making this on a weekly basis, and if you’ve got kids, they’ll be asking for it daily!
- Sift the sugars into a large mixing bowl, then add the butter and mix with an electric hand mixer until soft and fluffy, then mix in the vanilla and salt.
- Sift in the flour and cocoa powder together, about 1/4 of a cup at a time and continue mixing until all ingredients are fully combined, then fold in the chocolate chips and chocolate chunks using a spatula.
Don’t forget to add your all your favorite toppings!
Take Your Brownie Batter To The Next Level
If you’re looking for some mix-ins or toppings to add to your Edible Brownie Batter Cookie Dough, try these:
- Chocolate chips – this one is obvious, duh chocolate chips are a must, but you can try other types like peanut butter to kick it up a notch!
- Ice cream – one night I thawed some ice cream, just enough so that I could mix the brownie batter into it and then put it back in the freezer for about 30 minutes before devouring the entire thing!
- Peanut butter – this is such a classic flavor to pair with chocolate!
- Nutella – this is one of my favorite things to mix in with my brownie batter.
Questions You Might Have About This Recipe
Can You Get Sick From Eating Brownie Batter?
Typically brownie batter is made with eggs and raw flour, so it is not generally safe to eat. However, this edible version is eggless and made with oat flour so it is safe to eat!
How Should I Store Leftovers?
If by some miracle you have leftover brownie batter, you can place it in an airtight container for up to a week in the refrigerator.
You can also keep it in the freezer for about a month. If you want to save it in single-use servings, try freezing it in an ice cube tray. That way you can take out only what you need and it will thaw way faster!
Can I Bake Edible Brownie Batter?
Technically, you can, but I don’t recommend it. Eggs act as an emulsifier in brownie batter and are also what keeps the brownies from drying out while baking. This recipe is best enjoyed “raw”!
Can I Use All Purpose Flour?
Yes you can use all purpose flour instead, but make sure you heat treat treat it first. To do this, arrange the flour on a baking sheet in a flat layer and bake it for 5 minutes at 350 F.
More Easy Dessert Recipes To Try
- Snickerdoodle Hershey Kiss Cookies
- Best Homemade Brownie Recipe
- Candy Cane Hershey Kiss Cookies
- Key Lime Pie Cannoli Dip
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Edible Brownie Batter
- Sift the sugars into a large mixing bowl, then add the butter and mix with an electric hand mixer or stand mixer until soft and fluffy, then mix in the vanilla and salt.
- Sift in the flour and cocoa powder together, about 1/4 of a cup at a time and continue mixing until all ingredients are fully combined, add the milk and mix again until desired consistency is reached. Then fold in the chocolate chips and chocolate chunks using a rubber spatula.
- Enjoy right away or add your favorite toppings!
- If you use salted butter, you don’t need to add more salt
- All purpose flour can be subbed for all oat flour, but you will need to heat treat it first by placing it in the oven for 5 minutes at 350 F.
- Add more milk if you want this to be more like a dip. I use oat milk, but any will do!