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no-bake choc-chip cookie dough bites

no-bake choc-chip cookie dough bites

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Be warned: these bite-sized treats are super-moreish.

Raw cookie dough is arguably the forbidden fruit of the dessert world. We know that we’re not meant to eat it (salmonella, E. coli and all that), but we do it anyway. It’s just so darn delicious with its thick, chewy texture and delightful choc-chip clusters!

Well, dear pals, we’re here to give you some good – nay, fantastic – news. You can eat as much of this cookie dough, by Teak and Thyme, as you like without giving yourself food poisoning. That’s because it’s eggless, and is made with almond flour rather than raw white flour. To make the dough even more delicious, roll it into little balls, dip it in melted chocolate and sprinkle it with flakes of salt. Yummo! Head this-a-way for the recipe.

To accompany you while you embark on your next culinary quest, we’ve cooked up some lovely kitchen merch, including three colourful tea towels and a flower-power apron. The designs are pulled straight from the pages of the frankie 2022 diary, which is full of vintage kitchen-inspired artwork by Pilgrim Hodgson. Find the lot over at the frankie shop.