Cookie Dough for Ice Cream (Eggless)
A wonderful addition to any ice cream. Turn any vanilla ice cream into cookie dough. Much better than the store-bought cookie dough ice cream. NOTE: This does not include the ice cream recipe--just the dough.
A wonderful addition to any ice cream. Turn any vanilla ice cream into cookie dough. Much better than the store-bought cookie dough ice cream. NOTE: This does not include the ice cream recipe--just the dough.
I got to try this recipe both ways... exactly how it was written and w/ the suggestions. Trust me... DO THE SUGGESTIONS!!! I followed the first batch exactly (just adding mini choc chips) and it was very watery and stickly like others said. The taste was ok but nothing special. I probably would of been fine w/ it but it didn't make that much specially after everyone picked at it to give it a try. So I decided to make another batch and this time I tried out the suggestions. OMG Everyone LOVED the second batch!!!! My kids didn't even want to use the first batch anymore so I threw it out. The second batch not only tasted better but it also came out more like cookie dough and it wasn't sticky at all. I doubled the recipe so we could pick at it and still have plently to add to my vanilla icecream. This is how I made it: 5 TBS BROWN SUGAR, 6 TBS SUGAR, 4 TBS BUTTER SOFTENED, 1 TEAS VANILLA, 3 TBS WHOLE MILK, 1 CUP FLOUR, 1/2 TEAS SALT, 1/2 CUP MINI CHOC CHIPS. This was enough to make 24 small melon ball size of chunks that I've put in the freezer.. When ready to add to my icecream I just cut each ball into forths and it was the perfect cookie dough chunk. Definatly try this out.. I can see how this would be addicting.. I can go into the freezer at any time and take out a small ball and eat it... UmmmmmmRead More
I followed recipe 'as is' the first time. It just seemed to be missing something. I was wanting something more like chocolate chip cookie dough and found this to be more like sugar cookies. The next time I made a couple of changes... I used all brown sugar, milk instead of water, a bit more butter and vanilla and finally added just a pinch of salt. This was superb! Will be making it regularly.Read More
I got to try this recipe both ways... exactly how it was written and w/ the suggestions. Trust me... DO THE SUGGESTIONS!!! I followed the first batch exactly (just adding mini choc chips) and it was very watery and stickly like others said. The taste was ok but nothing special. I probably would of been fine w/ it but it didn't make that much specially after everyone picked at it to give it a try. So I decided to make another batch and this time I tried out the suggestions. OMG Everyone LOVED the second batch!!!! My kids didn't even want to use the first batch anymore so I threw it out. The second batch not only tasted better but it also came out more like cookie dough and it wasn't sticky at all. I doubled the recipe so we could pick at it and still have plently to add to my vanilla icecream. This is how I made it: 5 TBS BROWN SUGAR, 6 TBS SUGAR, 4 TBS BUTTER SOFTENED, 1 TEAS VANILLA, 3 TBS WHOLE MILK, 1 CUP FLOUR, 1/2 TEAS SALT, 1/2 CUP MINI CHOC CHIPS. This was enough to make 24 small melon ball size of chunks that I've put in the freezer.. When ready to add to my icecream I just cut each ball into forths and it was the perfect cookie dough chunk. Definatly try this out.. I can see how this would be addicting.. I can go into the freezer at any time and take out a small ball and eat it... Ummmmmm
I followed recipe 'as is' the first time. It just seemed to be missing something. I was wanting something more like chocolate chip cookie dough and found this to be more like sugar cookies. The next time I made a couple of changes... I used all brown sugar, milk instead of water, a bit more butter and vanilla and finally added just a pinch of salt. This was superb! Will be making it regularly.
Wow! What a simple, great recipe. Based on the other reviews these are the modifications that I made: I doubled the amount of vanilla, 1 1/2 TB milk instead of water, 2 TB of brown sugar, and I added a little over a 1/4 of a cup of mini chocolate chips. When completely mixed, I wrapped it in plastic wrap, rolled it in a log, and froze it. I then sliced up the log (how you would for slice and bake cookies), and quartered each slice. Amazing!
Wonderful! I loved this, but here is a suggestion for the health conscious (as I admittedly myself) who worry about fat content. Try substituting the butter for the same amount of yogurt. It tasted great! I used vanilla, but I believe plain may be better.
I'm giving this 4 stars as it's written. I followed the recipe exactly the first time - although it wasn't bad, I definitely felt like it was missing something. Just wasn't like the real thing. Well after tweaking it just a little, I've found that what it's missing is some salt and a little baking soda (that's what really makes it taste like "normal" cookie dough). I also used milk instead of water, but used less of it the second time around, just until it had the right consistency. With these changes it was definitely a 5-star recipe - I couldn't tell the difference between that and regular cookie dough! It's kind of dangerous actually ;-)
A wonderful addition to a bowl of ice cream (if you can stop eating it plain!). I used milk instead of water, doubled the vanilla and added 1/2 cup mini semi sweet chocolate chips. I put the mixture on a piece of plastic wrap and formed a log/loaf after sealing the wrap. I also dusted the cut pieces with powdered sugar to help prevent sticking when I put the pieces in a container to store in freezer.
I followed the recommendations of GingerB ( 5 TBS BROWN SUGAR, 6 TBS SUGAR, 4 TBS BUTTER SOFTENED, 1 TEAS VANILLA, 3 TBS WHOLE MILK, 1 CUP FLOUR, 1/2 TEAS SALT, 1/2 CUP MINI CHOC CHIPS) and these turned out phenominal! The kids LOVED them, and ate most of them before we put them in our homemade vanilla ice cream. I will definitely make this again, maybe even keep some on hand in the freezer for a quick sweet fix :)
This recipe is absolutely AMAZING! I don't know why I never thought of it myself. I read every review before making it and saw that alot complained that it was too sweet or not too sweet, I think it is just perfect. I did however only use only 1 1/2 tablesooon of brown sugar becuase we are running low on it right now. I also used 1 tablespoon of water because alot had said it was too wattery. My cookie dough turned out perfect. Call me a pig but I think it is the perfect curl up on the couch on a rainny Saturday and pop in your fav DVD type of snack. I am such a sucker for cookie dough and this recipe is going to be used way too often in our home.
ooooohhhh...soooo good! I actually quadruple this recipe, and then scoop it out onto a cookie sheet in small little heaps, as if you were going to bake it, but then put it in the freezer.If you can hold off on eating them all, they will last for about 2 weeks in a freezer safe container.
Yum! I used this recipe to make cookie dough for my homemade ice cream (I used the Creamy Vanilla Ice Cream recipe from this site) and it was fantastic! However, if you want to make that ice cream recipe with this cookie dough in it, I suggest making a double batch of dough, because one batch was not enough for my cookie-dough crazy family! This was really, really yummy, and I will be making it again! Thanks for sharing!
This cookie dough was great! Didn't find any problems with it, except that there wasn't enough of it in the ice cream! next time I'll have to make a double batch! :)
I'm a pregnant woman who was craving cookie dough - I was so excited to find a recipe that didn't use eggs. I followed other reviewers' suggestions for making it to be eaten as is: all brown sugar, milk instead of water, pinch of salt, chocolate chips. Also added a dash of cinnamon for a little extra flavor. This was super simple and very yummy.
This recipe was pretty good. I would definitely cut down on the brown sugar, because it makes the cookie dough abit TOO overpowering to eat on its own. I made this without adding the ice-cream. Maybe with the addition of a nice plain vanilla ice-cream, the sugary flavour would be mellowed down? I'm not too sure. The mixture WILL seem abit sticky/wet before refrigeration. I recommend adding a little more vanilla extract if you're eating this by itself.
Used milk instead of water and added lots of vanilla. Delish. Although hasn't made it into ice cream...yet! :)
This recipe is AWESOME!!!!! It tastes soooo good and is soooo easy to make. I made 4x the recipe as this recipe is very small. I made it 2x - once with smart balance margarine and once with smart balance LIGHT margarine - They both came out fantastic - so I will be using the LIGHT margarine from now on (the higher water content does make a differece - as this is not being baked. Also - It turned out less greasy that the one with regular margarine!) I took the advise of the other reviewers with a bunch of things - I used only light brown sugar instead of white and brown sugar (so for the original recipe - 1/4 cup of brown sugar. I added some salt, and used about 1 tsp. vanilla and 2 tsp. soy milk (adding liquid to get the correct consistency). I didn't have mini chocolate chips so i placed my chocolate chips into my food processor and chopped them up a bit... I rolled the dough into a bunch of thin snakes/logs, froze it on parchment paper on a cookie sheet and cut them into small pieces. I mixed it into homemade Ice-cream - DELICIOUS!!!!!! These cookies tasted like chocolate chip cookie dough and not sugar cookie dough with these changes. *UPDATE* I made this as the crust of "Fluffy Two Step Cheesecake I" and added little cookie dough balls to the batter and on top of the cheesecake and drizzled chocolate on top and froze it - It was awesome!
Loved this recipe and so did my boyfriend. I used Splenda and Splenda brown sugar in place of the sugars and added some mini M&Ms. Big hit!
I was kind of having a sweet treat moment and needed to use up some heavy cream, so I made this recipe to go into Five Minute Ice Cream which is also from this site. I took JAE12349's advice and used all brown sugar, used milk instead of water and added a little salt. I took my 1/2 tsp. measuring spoon and made little balls and set them in a baking dish and froze until firm. Sticky little buggers. I haven't tried it yet but it seems to look okay. Once I have a chance to try it and take pics of a firmer ice cream, I'll take pics and change my review on how it was in ice cream. As is, it's okay with minor changes.
Really yummy but it was way too sweet. Cut way back on the brown sugar next time.
Very tasty on its own or in ice cream! I chopped up a few milk chocolate almond pieces and mixed them in. My dough was a bit too sticky so I ended up adding a bit more flour. Next time I'll cut down on the sugar, it was too sweet for my taste.
Oh my gosh! This is so awesome! I've had this in my recipe box for a long time, and as much as I love chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream, I've never made it. I think deep down I knew how dangerous it would be to have a container of cookie dough in the house! Well, my review is based on the alterations of other reviewers (mainly giggletush's). Here's the proportions I used: 6 Tbsp. brown sugar, 5 Tbsp. sugar, 4 Tbsp butter, 1 tsp. vanilla, 3 Tbsp. milk, 1 cup flour, 1/4 tsp. salt, 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips. I rolled them into little skinny logs, froze for an hour, then sliced. Excellent!
Cookie dough that doesn't have any raw egg in it so I can eat it guiltlessly (ok, I admit the waistline is feelin guilt ;)) was worth a second try as I tried this recipe 'as is' the first time and thought it was bland and not worth the calories. I made this again I used these suggestions as posted by giggletush: 5 TBS BROWN SUGAR, 6 TBS SUGAR, 4 TBS BUTTER SOFTENED, 1 TEAS VANILLA, 3 TBS WHOLE MILK, 1 CUP FLOUR, 1/2 TEAS SALT, 1/2 CUP MINI CHOC CHIPS. And that, my friends, is a recipe dangerously good:)
Nice recipe- comes together very quickly. As another reviewer noted- great as a rainy day curl up with a movie snack! Never last long enough to make it into much ice cream.
Excellent! I used all brown sugar and only 1 tbsp of milk (rather than water). This was perfect in homemade ice cream. It doesn't harden up. Stays nice and soft, even frozen. The only thing... It's addicting. Very addicting. Beware! I added mini chocolate chips to mine as well. :D Thanks!
I loved this recipe I followed the advice of GingerB her recipe came out soooooooo good. Better then any cookie dough that I have ever had in ice cream! her suggestion was as followed o and I doubled this recipe because we love our ice cream with a ton of dough! so here is her recipe;5 TBS BROWN SUGAR, 6 TBS SUGAR, 4 TBS BUTTER SOFTENED, 1 TEAS VANILLA, 3 TBS WHOLE MILK, 1 CUP FLOUR, 1/2 TEAS SALT, 1/2 CUP MINI CHOC CHIPS. Thank you so much for this recipe its fabulous!
You really need to freeze or refrigerated before eating, but it is very good!
this rating is for this recipe with changes suggested by reviewer on Jan 21, 2009. really good! next time i might add a pinch of salt, though.
I used this recipe along with the five ingredient ice cream one on this site. I followed the recipe except for subbing milk for the water. It definitely tastes like authentic cookie dough; it just seems like something is missing.
yum, I mixed with vanilla ice cream, it came out good, I suggest using mini chocolate chips though, the large was are hard to chew.... Otherwise a great recipe!
I substituted the all-purpose flour for gluten free oat flour and the milk for water (and halved the amount), and I was pleased with the result.
My husband and I threw an ice-cream party with a toppings bar. This one was a big hit! And I didn't mind eating the leftovers the next day. I added 1/4 C chocolate chips and used milk instead of water like others suggested. Keep it in the fridge instead of freezing for ready snacking.
Oh, man. This is too addictive. I used Smart Blend instead of butter, Almond milk instead of water and skipped the white sugar, since I added semi-sweet choco-chips... I couldn't stop our daughter from racing me to it! There's only the smallest bit left in the fridge & it's mine!!!
I liked this, though was very grainy and a tiny bit bland. Fell very short of my expectations, but I hardly noticed the grainyness because I overflowed this recipe with chocolate chips :)
I made this just to eat--not to put in ice cream. It wasn't sweet enough. Add 1/2 the water first, and then add in the rest if necessary. Otherwise it may be too wet. It would probably be okay if the ice cream was pretty sweet. Too blah by itself though.
I made the best chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream using this recipe. I followed the reviewer GingerB's suggestions, basically doubling the recipe. It made enough for my 2 qt recipe with some to spare for snacking.
A great recipe, i added 2 tsp reduced fat peanut butter to give it something extra. MMMMM,I also added a few mini chocolate chips to make it like the store brands.
I used Ginger's changes, except salt, I reduced to 1/8 tsp, to this recipe and it was an amazing addition to homemade vanilla ice cream, as well as eaten raw!!! Yay!! Love this!! 5 TBS BROWN SUGAR, 6 TBS SUGAR, 4 TBS BUTTER SOFTENED, 1 TEAS VANILLA, 3 TBS WHOLE MILK, 1 CUP FLOUR, 1/8 TEAS SALT, 1/2 CUP MINI CHOC CHIPS You will Love this!!
Fantastic recipe! I used milk in place of water, but this is a perfect recipe. Great for ice cream or just to keep in the fridge as a snack. :)
followed the suggestions of other reviewers (mostly "giggletush) and it came out great. We were excited that its totally vegan if you use soy margarine for the butter! Add it to some rice ice "cream" and its close to the real thing!
Really really rich. I wanted to eat it by itself, but I do think I will need some ice cream to go with it!
Yummy! I made this today. I used all natural margarine so I wasn't able to form it into a log. I put it in a bowl and put it in the fridge for an hour. It turned out great! I added a 1/4 teaspoon of vanilla though. I can't have dairy, so I ate some out of the bowl. Thanks for the recipe!
Following the suggestions from GingerB, I saved some balls to make White Chocolate Covered Cookie Dough Truffles. They were delicious! TIP melting white chocolate: bring water to a rolling boil, place choc. into heat proof bowl, place over water. Don't allow water to touch the bowl. Stir and keep a close eye on it. Refrigerate before moving the balls.
Since so many other people said it, I used Ginger B's modifications. I doubled the recipe and spread the cookie dough over the top of a batch of K. Anderson's "Fudge Brownies I" from this site, and the result was wonderful! (And I still have some left over to mix with ice cream!)
This was heaven with butterscotch chips substituted for the chocolate. Very tasty.
use the suggestions -so so so good
Just like a smaller basic chocolate chip cookie dough without baking soda and eggs. Exactly what I was looking for.
I can feel my hips and thighs getting bigger by the bite!
This is so good!It tastes like the real thing.I used giggletush's recipe and it turned out really good.
I only made one serving and used milk instead of water. I put it in homemade chocolate ice cream- so good! I wish I'd had chocolate chips.
I followed the suggestions by giggletush and this was great!!! I just put it into a container and froze it. I've been eating it out of the container!!
I love this recipe! I added Coconut shavings to it then added cinnamin it was absolutely great with natural vanilla icecream! I loved it! Also I thought that you could add sprinkles to make it more festive for a party or birthday!
Fantastic and very easy to make. I mixed this into home made vanilla ice cream and it was amazing. I will definately make this again.
Yum! I made these to go into that chocolate chip cookie/cupcake recipe where you put cookie dough into the middle of a cupcake before baking, and I wanted to make sure I wasn't risking anything with raw eggs. This recipe is perfect! Good balance with the cupcake-y goodness.
I made most of the revisions suggested - used a full teaspoon of vanilla, used soy milk instead of water, added a pinch of salt - but I still wasn't crazy over this. I found the margarine overwhelmed the taste and eating it raw in the ice cream left one feeling a bit sick to the stomach.
See i only put the dough in the freezer for a half an hour and it was a little soggy. But other than that it was great! So just be sure to leave the dough in the freezer for as long as it takes for it to get hard
This is excellent! I've had this in my recipe box for years but just now got up the courage to make it. I took the suggestions of others and made this with 2 1/2 Tbl brown sugar, 3 Tbl white sugar, 2 Tbl softened butter, 1/4 tsp vanilla, 1 1/2 Tbl milk, 1/2 C. flour and added 1/4 tsp salt. I could have licked the bowl clean. I was only able to get 14 balls out of it which worried me until I remember one reviewer doubled and got 24 balls. I'm planning to put this in homemade vanilla ice cream. Can't wait!!!
Love, love, love this recipe!!!
This was awesome, though I followed "giggletush"'s recipe rather than what was stated in the recipe. I substituted smart balance for the butter, but next time, I'll stick to the butter if I'm doing it for a dairy meal. I found that they didn't really freeze well with the smart balance, and then they kind of dissolved in the cheesecake that I put them in. But it was great all the same!
im giving it only 4 stars because i think originial recipe is like a 2 and modifications make it like a 5+ so i guess that makes it a 4? anyway, i followed "giggletush's" suggestions, and it turned out great, however i couldnt use the full 1 cup flour, had to use more like 3/4 otherwise it wouldve been too stiff/dry. anyway, i loved the taste of this cookie dough and im a really picky eater. i put it in my ice cream... so yummy!
My advice to anyone making this to eat plain, add a pinch of salt, and use much less sugar, unless you like that crunchy sugary texture then by all means...other than that, it's real yummy.
This recipe was pretty good! And I did wonder about why there wasn't any chocolate chips in the recipe, shame shame! :D Anyway this tasted a little floury when i made it, and i tried to add more vanilla or something but it still tasted floury.. Hmmm.
Wow, this is so good! It taste way better than the cookie dough bits in store bought ice cream. I am confused though, where were the chocolate chips in the recipe? I added about 3 Tblsp. of mini chocolate chips to the dough. The only change I made was using whipped dairy butter instead of stick butter, as it was what I had on hand. It just made them a little softer. I liked that the recipe didn't make a ton, also, and was quick to mix up.
This turned out great just the way it was....Thank you
I know it sounds a little odd, and it did to me too at first, but add chocolate chips to this recipe and then spread over just cooled homemade brownies. Chocolate chip cookie dough brownies! YUM!!
I thought that the cookie dough was more like sugar cookie cookies and so i made it again but added more flower (for a 6 serving i added 5 tablespoons more) and instead of water I added milk. I also added mini Chocolate chips and after put on the ice cream i added a little bit of cinnamon
Whoever invented this recipe was a genius!!! Who doesn't like cookie dough?! (except for the people who don't?) I used milk instead of water, and didn't use a whole 2 tablespoons. Cookie dough... ah...
Almost too good. You'll just keep eating it.
Very good recipe. The only change I made was to add some mini chocolate chips.
Delicious in the Creamy Vanilla Ice Cream recipe from this site. I added a handful or so of mini chocolate chips to cookie dough. Then I rolled the dough into little balls and froze them on a sheet pan. I stirred them into the almost-frozen ice cream by hand. My family gobbled this up.
this is amazing!
This was tasty and simple to make! To duplicate the consistancy of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream bits I had to almost double the flour.
I followed the recipe exactly and it turned out grainy. Overall good flavor with choco. chips!
I followed the suggestions to make this recipe. Awesome! This would be perfect for ice cream and i will definitely make again..with the suggestion recipe.
I had a recipe like this one, but I couldn't find my because on movieing. This is about the same as mine. GREAT recipe!!! I made it for my son's birthday cake. I put it between a tripled layered fudge cake and poured fudge frosting over it and then put M&M's on top. My son was VERY happy with his cake. ;-) P.S. I didn't add as much flour. That way it was easier to spread.
Great recipe if you love eating raw cookie dough! Dont be afraid to try this, its eggless. I recommend adding mini semi-sweet chocolate chips (about 3/4 cup per recipe), depending on how chocolate-y you like your dough! Wonderful :)
Was too sweet. I found the texture was a little grainy, but that's to be expected given the ingredients. The main problem was the sweetness. I would highly recommend adding a pinch of salt at the very least to cut back on the sweetness.
My kids think this is better than the store bought cookie dough ice cream! I used all brown sugar and milk instead of water as someone suggested. Perfect!
This was pretty good. I didn't add it to ice cream, just ate it. I used milk instead of water like others suggested. This would be good rolled in balls and dipped in chocolate!
My husband loves this. You can just eat it alone since it's eggless or put it in something. Either way- yummy.
Being 7 months pregnant and craving cookie dough bites, this was the perfect recipe! I followed the changes and it is delish! Now I can indulge when I need to! :)
When I read this recipe, I stopped what I was doing so I could make it. It is so simple and good. I didnt make it to add into ice cream, but rather just to eat by itself. I added peanut butter and chocolate chips just for something different. Mmm...
I made this for my cookie dough-loving brother (6 years old) rather than for ice cream. When we made chocolate chip cookies, he would always prefer dough over actual cookie, but the raw egg was a worry. This recipe was GREAT with the given substitutions (given in first few reviews). It still wasn't as great as real cookie dough with egg, but beggars aren't choosers lol. The only thing... whoever suggested 1/2 tsp of salt, that was WAY too much!! I had to add a touch more milk to get rid of that saltiness, blech. The slightest pinch should be just fine :) Milk made the cookie dough more sticky, but that was fine since we were eating it as is ^_^ 1.5 tsp of milk for more of a dough, 2 tsp milk for sticky dough.
tasted like cookie dough but a horrible after taste and texture to it
I followed the advice of another reviewer and made this using 2.5 tablespoons brown sugar, 3 tablespoons sugar, .5 tsp vanilla, pinch of salt, .5 cup of flour, 2 tablespoons butter, and 1.5 tablespoons milk, and .25 cup of chocolate chips. Even after freezing the result was not cookie dough. The result did not solidify even after freezing. It stayed watery and mushy and I only added 1.5 tablespoons of milk. I had higher expectations for this recipe based on what other reviewers said. This looks like cookie dough but its texture fails to resemble both store bought cookie dough and the cookie dough chunks in ice cream recipes.
Extremely easy to make, pretty tasty, but just not the same taste as cookie dough with eggs...Probably very good in ice cream though.
Pretty good. Subbed milk for water and used all br. sugar. I had no mini chips, so I chopped up some big ones and added those.
Tasted like raw flour.
this stuff looked like, felt like and tasted like frozen oatmeal! the taste is ok, but it kinda tatsed like flour. i HAVE NEVER FOUND A GOOD ENOUGH COOKIE DOUGH FOR ME.
GREAT! No problems whatsoever with this recipe. I used miniature chocolate chips when I made this along with some homemade vanilla ice cream and--voila!--great cookie dough ice cream. I have also doubled this recipe with wonderful success!
Unfortunately, it came out way too soft and would not have held its shape. The flavor was alright but it needed a little salt. I had to add around 1/2 cup of extra flour (maybe even more) which made the flavor even more off. After adding more sugar and a little salt the flavor was passable.
pretty good recipe - doesn't taste like the regular cookie dough but still satisfies cravings!
I followed Giggletush comment and it came out really really good. Though a little sugary. I used soymilk instead of whole milk. I didn't use as much salt as giggletush said to use I just used dash or so.
Great for nibbling, but wonderful in ice cream. I made the recipe as written, but it can easily be changed to suit each persons preference.
YUMMY, and soo easy to make! I added mini chocolate chips to it. I put this in "five ingredient ice cream", and they went well together! This one's a keeper! T
This is pretty tasty. I also had to add more flour to get the right consistency. I followed other reviewers suggestions and added 1/4 t. salt, used 3T butter, milk instead of water, & mini chocolate chips. I still think it's laking something, I just can't figure it out. Thanks for the great recipe to use in our homemade ice cream.
YUM! I ate this right out of the bowl!
I used this in five ingredient ice cream also from this site. I made it into a log and then froze it in plastic wrap, I then sliced it and cut it into small pieces. My girls thought it was fantastic. Many Thanks.
Really good, a tad bit too sweet for my taste, but this is definitely a great recipe. No eggs!! Next time I'll sub the milk for water and add some chocolate chips.
This recipe is 5 stars if you stir in mini chocolate chips. Then you have a 10 star recipe.
This is good! I even eat it just plain! haha