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Cookie Dough Fudge Babies!

These no-bake cookie dough babies can be raw, vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, and paleo – with just four ingredients!

Raw Cookie Dough Bites!


NO eggs

NO flour

NO butter / NO sugar / NO oil

If your favorite part of making chocolate chip cookies has always been eating the raw cookie dough, these snackable cookie dough babies are the perfect healthy answer. Take them on-the-go for long car rides or running errands, pack them into a lunchbox, or keep a few on hand so you always have a healthy snack any time you’re craving something sweet.

You could also totally stir some of these into my Banana Ice Cream, for a homemade cookie dough nicecream sundae!

cookie dough balls

cookie dough bites

This is the cookie dough variation (one of my favorite flavors) of the fudge babies I made for the live USA TODAY segment on Wednesday. The broadcast went out to over 8 million viewers and was posted on all of their official facebook pages… both crazy exciting and completely terrifying at the same time.

So please just ignore my nervous hair flipping and not looking at the camera in the video if you watch. Definitely will fix those things for the future!

usa today insider program

Here’s a link to the shortened version of the video, and if you’re a visual person and prefer to actually see recipes being made, be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel while you’re over there, because it’s where I post all of my recipe videos.

Going back to these cookie dough balls – If you’ve ever tried a Cookie Dough Larabar, that’s what these little energy balls might make you think of when you try them. Just like Larabars, they need no refrigeration and are fine to store in a container for up to a few weeks. The cookie dough bites can also be frozen to always have on hand when a cookie dough craving hits.

To make them refined-sugar-free, you can use naturally sweetened or unsweetened chocolate or cacao nibs, or the chocolate chips can also be left out completely to give you something similar to a Cashew Cookie Larabar, only bite-sized. You could also change up the chocolate chips for raisins, add some shredded coconut or chia seeds, or dip them in melted chocolate – the best part about these fudge babies is how easy it is to customize them… and also how easy they are to eat!

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Energy Bites!

Cookie Dough Fudge Babies

If you want a brownie version, also try the original Fudge Babies.

Cookie Dough Fudge Babies!

Total Time: 5m
Yield: Depends on size rolled
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  • Loosely packed 1 1/3 cup pitted dates (160g)
  • Handful of chocolate chips or cacao nibs
  • 1/2 cup raw cashews, almonds, macadamias, or walnuts – Nut-free recipes Here or Here
  • 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • Optional pinch of salt


*If your dates are rock hard, just soak them in boiling water for a half hour. Most regular grocery stores carry dates; be sure to buy them pitted.

Blend all ingredients in a food processor (or halve the recipe and use a single serve blender or mini chopper). You can add the chips before or after blending. I’ve found that a food processor works much better than a blender because it processes more evenly and the results are not a sticky mess. Roll into balls – I find it easiest to transfer the dough to a ziploc and smush into one big ball, then break off pieces and roll into smaller balls. Feel free to dip in melted chocolate. You can also form bars or even roll out the dough and cut shapes with cookie cutters.

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Published on February 26, 2018

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  1. sisrocks1996 says

    LOL Your turning into a cannibal eating your babies ! So yummy looking though. I need to conquer the fear and make my own dough babies. I’m on a cupcake kick though that can’t be matched.

  2. Jessica says

    You know I already made these and gobbled them down! They’re my favorite variation so far (and my husband’s too!) I just bought some peanuts so I can try the PB chocolate babies 🙂

  3. Kate says

    I just finally made myself the original fudge babies and the cashew cookie bars, but what could be better than the addition of CHOCOLATE? My food processor will be running out of power before I know it. Hahah.

  4. Megan says

    Now I want “cookie dough” for lunch! 🙂

    I’ve made a Cinnamon Raisin version before using almond butter, and it’s my favorite around the holidays… maybe I’ll convert some family and friends this year with a variety of “babies” at the table!!

  5. Heather Eats Almond Butter says

    I love those Lindt 90% chocolate bars, and I really need to make CD some babies soon…um, edible babies that is. 😉

  6. candice says

    Sadly, I never ate raw cookie dough when I was little… mostly because we never made cookies. *sigh* Of course, all that will change when I make this recipe with high quality dark chocolate… yummm. No danger except the threat of eating the whole thing. 😉

  7. Averie (LoveVeggiesAndYoga) says

    I hadn’t even seen this post when I replied to your email…ah-hah, now it makes more sense what you had written to which I replied before seeing this post.

    The cookie dough babies look awesome as do the oatmeal babies…you know I’ve been rocking out the raw vegan cookie dough and oatmeal raisin cookies lately so it’s cool to see you make Fudge Baby versions in keeping w/ the Baby Family Theme 🙂

    Thanks for the shout out too 🙂

  8. Sarah A says

    Sweet chocolaty, cashew goodness: I need a food processor. Stat. This is, by far, my favorite interpretation, and my blender just couldn’t handle all the awesome ingredients.

  9. Vanilla says

    T_T. I’m jealous.

    It’s decided: For Christmas, I’m gonna ask for a Magic bullet, Vitamix or any kind of food processor.

    It’s killing me!
    I want my fudge babiiiiiiieeeeeeessssss!!

  10. Kate G. says

    I love love love Lindt’s 90% dark chocolate. Have you tried their Touch of Salt version? it’s a lower % dark chocolate but it’s a yummy sweet/salty combo.
    I wish i could make these cookie dough babies but sadly i am without a food processor… i did enter your giveaway though!! Crossing my fingers!!

    Kate G.

  11. Shelby says

    If only I bought dates at the store! This is the first flavor I’m trying out. You know I love me some Lindt dark chocolate!

  12. Naomi (onefitfoodie) says

    larabar should hire you to make some new flav’s!! this one is out of this world delicious looking!

    and my mom used to buy the big tub of cookie dough and freeze it just to have on hand, yeah my bro and I would have our way with that tub quite often!!!

  13. jessy says

    i can’t get enough of your fudge baby yummies, Katie – and i’m especially looking forward to your running & kabocha post! i just had my first kabocha last week – i roasted it up and served it over millet- it magical and oh-so deeeelicious. i ate a ton of chocolate chip cookie dough when i was wee – i loved the dough pre-chocolate chips, too. mmmmmmm! think i’m gonna toss some oats in your cookie dough babies – what a super tasty idea!

  14. BroccoliHut says

    One of the many reason I love vegan baking–I can eat all the dough/batter I want without any fears of getting food-borne illness…well unless a tummy ache from too much sugar counts:)
    Quick Q: it looks like from your pics that you use raw cashews–is this true? Have you ever tried it with roasted nuts? Just curious!

  15. Michelle says

    So there I was, minding my own business, listenin’ to some groovin’ baby makin’ (chocolate cookie dough fudge babies that is) when all of the sudden! The motor on the food processor died. So tragic!! I had some fudge babies that, albiet chunky, tasty absolutely fantastic. Excellent recipe Katie! (Unfortunately I am going to have to wait until Christmas for Santa to bring a Magic Bullet or something of the sort)

  16. Stephanie @ Foodie McFood says

    I think your charity idea is awesome and I can’t wait to make something from your blog and link back to it!

  17. Marianne says

    We lived on the edge back in my childhood – mom had no issues with us eating the raw cookie dough. And I’ll still do it, with no shame whatsoever 😀

  18. Allie (Protein Girl) says

    I just made these with toasted cashews & sunflower seeds, vanilla, raw cacao nibs, 4 dates and a touch of honey. OMG! Had to immediately pack them up in my hubby’s lunch, gave to my daughter for breakfast and am taking the rest to the gym to give away so I don’t eat them all!

  19. Katherine says

    These look amazing! If I win the vita-mix I’ll have to try my hand at making a batch in there… after I make butternut squash soup, of course!

  20. Jennifer says

    Oooooh these babies are so good! I’m munching a batch of them right now. You know what would make them even better? … If I could eat them with a bowl of fruit ice cream that I just whipped up in my brand new Vita-Mix! If only there was a way to make that happen…

  21. anisha says

    My main reason to get a VitaMix would actually be to make a bunch of your recipes, especially all your oatmeal ones! They always look amazing but my lack-of-Vitamix makes it hard to replicate them!

  22. Liz says

    If I had a VitaMix, the first thing I would make in it would be a wonderful Green Smoothie with tons of spinach, blueberries, banana, almond milk and flax meal!

  23. Marisa says

    If i had a vita mix i would be making banana “ice cream” like there is no tomorrow! this stuff is too good and i’m sure a blender like this would make the job muuuch easier.

  24. Metta says

    Mmmm…chocolate chip cookie dough, what’s better than that?!

    The first thing I’d make with the vita mix is green smoothie and one of Gena’s blended salads (the harvest soup).

  25. Kimberly says

    The first thing I would make if I got my hands on a Vitamix is banana “ice cream”. In the emulsion blender its yummy so i’m sure a blender like this would make it divine!

  26. Brooke says

    There is nothing like comfort food and remembering good times with girlfriends than bonding over raw cookie dough! Makes me smile and want to call some old buddies…and of course make these! LOL!

  27. Jessica says

    The first thing I would make in a Vita-Mix is a smoothie… raspberries, banana, milk, almond butter and spinach… yum!

  28. claire says

    These babies look amazing!! I cant resist anything to do with cookies. Im not sure if I could control myself around these guys! The first thing I would make in my vitamix would be my own chocolate flavored nut butter. Everything just tastes better with chocolate. I would DIE to win one of these as my own, ancient, verrrrrrry cheap blender is on its last legs and I’m desperate to try out all your great recipes 🙂

  29. Sarah says

    I would make raw soups every day with my new Vita-Mix ANDD I would my own nutmilks (my current blender can NOT handle dates, which are in majority of the recipes I’ve come across)

    Thanks! 🙂

  30. Kel says

    I would make lots of stuff in a Vita-Mix, but the one I would be most excited about are smoothies. My blender does not like frozen fruit!

  31. jayna says

    If I had a Vita-Mix, I would first make a green smoothie with lots of kale! My dinky blender can hardly handle it, so I would be super excited to make one in a Vita-Mix.

  32. Mitchell says

    I get the feeling that I’m the only male visitor on this particular page. No matter. I’ll admit, the recipe sounded a little strange to me at first, but I was hooked from bite one.

    With a Vita-Mix, I’d be remiss to make anything BUT chocolate chip fudge children (er, babies), but I suppose a nicely blended (and heated!) split pea soup would be first on the menu.

  33. sarah t says

    mmmmmm… looks good. love cookie dough. if I won a vitamix I would make smoothies and ice cream. no more lumpy smoothies or hauling out the ice cream maker. thanks Sarah

  34. Mads says

    Oh my…these look absolutely delicious…will make these with or without a new VitaMix!

    Thanks for a great recipe, Mads

  35. AnnieC says

    These ingredients would DEFINITELY be going into my new Vitamix! My kids would adore the end product. I’d also love to make more smoothies with “tougher” ingredients that my current blender just can’t handle.

  36. Alexa says

    This is my first choice for a new vitamix, although it was so hard to choose! I just love chocolate chip cookie dough!

  37. Meaghen says

    I adore raw cookie dough and immediately upon seeing this recipe knew it would be delicious.

    The first thing I would make in the Vita Mix would be some kind of soup. Because soup in a blender.. that’s just crazy!

  38. Madeline says

    i hardly use my blog at the moment, so i’m going to enter the vitamix giveaway as if i don’t have one, hope you don’t mind! i love chocolate chip cookie dough, so naturally these are my faves. i can always count on your recipes being quick and easy, and because they’re vegan i don’t need to worry about making myself sick with raw egg! hooray! with my vitamix, the first thing i would make is a killer smoothie. i only have a tiny hamilton beach mini smoothie blender, and i’m embarassed to say that it can’t really handle…ice. i know. it’s shameful. i hope i get the vitamix!

  39. Marie says

    These chocolate chip cookie dough babies look absolutely delightful. And so tasty too! 😉
    The first thing I would make if I got a Vita-mix is chickpea flour for making all kinds of vegan baked goodies!

  40. Gina says

    The Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Babies sounds delicious! I would probably make some raw banana ice cream in the Vita-Mix.

  41. Stefanie says

    This would be the first thing I make with a VitaMix. I have a craving for chocolate chip cookies but mainly want the dough. These look so yummy.

  42. Tanya says

    Hey….I made a new version of these only by adding one ingredient: peppermint extract (or oil). So now they’re Mint Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Babies……just like mint choc. chip ice cream 🙂

  43. Maya says

    I’m dying for a Vitamix, but it’s a long way off for me at the moment.. I use my blender for everything, so it’s hard to answer this question, but I think the first thing I would make in a vitamix would probably be a big batch of some kind of nut butter.

    I don’t have access to any nut butters here in Japan, and generally end up dedicating 30-60 minutes out of every week trying to coax my broken down old blender into making me enough of the various nut butters I need to keep me going. Since I have to do it in so many tiny batches and pay such close attention to the blender it ends up being very, very time consuming, and I’m sure I’m very close to blowing out the motor entirely!

    I’d follow that up with energy balls, which are pretty much just nuttier versions of your fudge babies.. and either a nice big smoothie, or frozen banana ice cream!

  44. Christina says

    Once again, delicious. My hamster Xenophon loves them too (I left the chocolate out of his though) 🙂

  45. Liz says

    Hey Katie,
    Just thought you’d want to know that the Larabar people are reading your blog! Hahaha maybe not really, but guess what new flavors they’re coming out with……
    Chocolate chip cookie dough!
    And also Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip, Chocolate Chip Brownie, and…
    Carrot Cake! (See, they really DO read your blog ;))
    Anyway, I thought of you as soon as I read their new flavors, since you make the yummiest “better-than-Larabars” around! Next I bet they’ll be coming out with Tiramisu, right? 😉

  46. Maya says

    OMG!!! Just made the chocolate-chip-ccokie-dough babies and covered them in cocoa powder… I think I died and went to heaven or something, ’cause they taste too good to be true 🙂 I’ll never eat a store bought chocolate truffle ever again, these are sooo much better! thanx for sharing!

  47. Laura says

    me making your cake batter milkshake has opened a HUGE door… I’m slowly cooking (well, mixing, really) my way through your recipes and I’m a girl obsessed.

    I didn’t believe that dates + nuts = cookie dough but these are SO GOOD! can’t wait to make the cookie dough milkshake with them!

  48. Veronica says

    OK, this is too funny! We recently discovered Lindt 90% chocolate and when I ate it, I couldn’t help but think of you and your love for bitter chocolate. I meant to tell you about it, but now I see from that last picture that it is old news for you! Figures. 🙂 It’s also uncanny that just three days ago I also made some raw cookie dough balls, but I didn’t have a recipe. I used part dates to sweeten, part brown sugar, and I did put in as much oats as nuts (I used half cashews, half almonds). They were good, but not exactly perfect, and I think it was that I used roasted, salted cashews (the almonds were raw). I think the raw cashews are much better for baby-making. Lesson learned! Have you ever had any baby making flops?

  49. Catherine @ Running Beginners says

    Oh my goodness gracious me – I can’t believe I waited so long to make these ones! Just finished whipping a batch up (a double batch at our place or they’re gone before you can say yum lol) and popped one in my mouth as I was putting them in the fridge to chill a little ready to snack on later. Heaven! Soooo yummy that I am actually seriously debating letting my kids have one each (since they helped me make them so I can’t completely cut them out of the eating part) and then hiding the plate so I don’t have to share with anyone else! Which is really kind of mean and evil of me but I’m oh so tempted and I just might do it lol. I did ours with the chocolate in the mixer and they’re a lovely chocolatey cookie tasting ball of deliciousness!

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      I’m so honored you tried them! And lol they AARE addictive… especially early in the morning when I’m trying to get to class or out for a run. I just seem to keep popping more into my mouth. It’s worth the risk of being late for class ;).

  50. Stephaniedem says

    Hi!!! I may have missed this somewhere, but do you have to refrigerate leftover babies –that is if they last that long!

  51. Donna @ Nutrition Thyme says

    Hi Katie!
    I recently discovered your blog (and Heather’s) and just love all your recipes! I’m going to post the link to this recipe on my facebook page as when I mentioned making them I had multiple requests for the recipe 🙂

  52. Girl In the pink says

    I’ve have cookie dough balls in my freezer that I can’t stop eating!! I like your healthier/flour-less version – I need to try!!

  53. Bella says

    Yummo! Can we use pistacios for the recipe (i love pistacios) and do you have the nutritional infornation?

    Thank you!

  54. Jenna says

    Ok, I finally made these today! Thankfully (I suppose), I only had a few dates in my pantry so I had to cut the recipe in half….and….I’ve already eaten all but two babies! Oops!!! Haha!! Such a yummy recipe, Katie!!

  55. Anonymous says

    I just made these with prunes and sunflower seeds instead of dates and nuts. My dad (who hates when something is even a little healthy) has already had 3!

  56. katia says

    I just made cookie dough babies for the first time 🙂 used this recipe as a guide rather than following it exactly. I used almonds as well as cashews, & processed them with some Medjool dates and half a banana. Mixed in some dark vegan chocolate chips. As I was forming them into balls, I noticed it was just so super sticky (probably the banana’s fault) but they were sill easy to roll. The stickiness bothered me so I rolled the cookie dough balls in some sweetened shredded coconut ! SNOWBALL BABIES ANYONE?:D

  57. Anna@ActiveFingers says

    Oh my goodness! Why did I wait so long to make these?!? Dates have always scared me for some reason but I had some that my parents gave me and decided tonight was the night to make your raw cookie dough bites. Thank you for your wonderful recipes!

  58. Saranna says

    I love chocolate chip cookie dough. I love Larabars. But nothing prepared me for how much I would LOVE these! When I first tasted the dough, I couldn’t believe how incredibly yummy it was! Just bought a whole bunch of cashews and dates… can’t wait to make them again this weekend! 🙂

  59. Ashley says

    SO good!!! I added a handful of oatmeal and really liked it. But, I just like the flavor of oats in almost anything. I blended the chocolate together and it almost tasted like a no-bake. I want to to try it again to see if I like it better that way or with the chocolate chips separate. Thanks so much for this!

  60. Megan says

    i just bought dates for the first time ever to give these a try… i couldn’t even find them at the grocery store for a LONG time. apparently michigan does not believe in sunmaid dates, so i will be trying my luck with “sun dates.” clever huh.

  61. Sandra Kutej says

    I love your recipies every one I have tried I like I am so glad toy were on channel 8 I would of never known of you it is neat how you figured out beans could substitued for flour our family is on a low carb diet thanks to you it doesn’t have hum drum keep up the good work

  62. Andrea says

    Thank you, thank you! You have cured my unhealthy craving for cookie dough! These are beyond wonderful! 🙂

  63. carre says

    these taste awesome! only thing is that mine didn’t stick together to form balls…? anything I can add to make them stick more?

  64. Kari McKnight says

    I made something similar today that was a yummy success. Handful of salted cashews, handful of walnuts, about 1/4c of rolled oats, Tbs honey, about 8-10 sundries apricots, Tbs coconut butter, tsp vanilla whirred in food processor til very well incorporated. Then a quick pulse with finely chopped dark chocolate bar (1.5 oz roughly) then rolled into balls. Oh my they taste just like raw cookie dough! Thanks for all your yummy ideas! You inspire me to be a better eater. 🙂

  65. Mary says

    I loved these! Especially made with almond and dark chocolate! My super picky boyfriend even likes them and he’s a hard man to please!

  66. Lesley says

    Last night I wanted something sweet but not full of processed sugar, and I needed some protein post-work out. These fit the bill perfectly! So yum!

  67. Rachel says

    These. Look. AMAZING. I’m in love with Larabars, so these are a must-try! Just wondering, can raisins be subbed for dates? Due to the recent hurricane, my local supermarket is out of dried fruit, but my mom has some raisins in the house.

  68. Parvaneh says

    Hi. I`ve got a problem with making raw cookies made with walnut or other nuts. Usually the cookies are soaking in the oil of the nuts! is this because I process them too much? or it`s normal? I don`t like it because it makes healthy cookies look unhealthy!:(

  69. Anonymous says

    I just made these and they tasted AMAZING!!! However, had the same problem as Parvaneh: the resulting balls were really oily on the outside, and as a result, the chocolate chips wouldn’t stick to the dough, but just fell out. So I pressed it into the bottom of a container and put it in the fridge for a bit. It firmed right up, and I cut it into squares. I’m going to try again with softer, stickier dates and processing for a shorter amount of time. Thanks so much for this great recipe!

  70. Catrina T says

    Made these again last night. Usually I replace the nuts with oats (since we have an allergy) and last night did them with sunflower seeds. They are so good both ways!! This has become a staple for us during dance competitions. 🙂 Thank you so much for your recipes!!

  71. Ellie says

    Hey! I Tried a version of these last night and loved them!! I will definitely be scoping your site for more recipes!

  72. Kayleigh says

    I made these with walnuts and without the pinch of salt and my 14 and a half month old baby girl thought they were ‘yum!’ She’s veggie, not vegan but has a real sweet tooth, so these are great! Keep ’em coming!

  73. ariella says

    hi katie.
    i just made these, and my Magic Bullet hated them, so i had to add about a sixth of a cup of water in there, so it turned to like chunky cookie dough pudding, so it is in the freezer right now. very yummy, very sweet. i used almonds.

  74. Celena says

    After walking past the dates in my grocery aisle countless times, I finally decided to pick up and box and try making these despite not having tried a lara bar before. Needless to say, these are AMAZING!!! I added a small spoon of cacao nibs instead of chocolate chips because I thought the dates made it sweet enough already. I also included some puffed kamut to add some volume 🙂 Thanks Katie!

  75. Anna says

    I made these a few days ago, and they were a hit with my family! I did make some adjustments:
    -My food processor chops pretty poorly, so I had to add a little flax milk and honey to the dates in order to adhere the bits together
    -I added cocoa powder because more chocolate never hurt anyone
    -Since the flax milk made the rounds a bit wet for my liking, I baked them for 10 minutes at 350 degrees F and then stuck them in the fridge overnight. (I know, that’s not raw, but it gave them EXACTLY the same texture as real cookie dough)

    Thank you so much for your recipes! I feel great because I can eat delicious food while still being healthy about it 🙂

  76. Allyn says

    I made this once before and they were pretty good. I decided I would try them again because I am traveling the next couple of days and enjoy having healthy snacks, and let me just say how even more amazing they were. This time I was able to fix the mistakes I made the first time and bars (I made them into “lara bars”) are fabulous. They hold together better and I added a little more vanilla because I love the flavor. I used a magic bullet and would highly suggest to blend the ingredients in sections and combine them after. Thank you Katie !! <3

  77. Kellecat says

    Hey there… so, couple quick questions, to clarify!!

    To make the sugar free raw chips, you pour mixture into a bar mold and freeze and then shatter, or crumble to make chips?

    And when you write cocoa powder did you mean regular cocoa, or could raw cacao powder be used, and if so, same ratios/amount??

    Anyways, putting these on the Christmas cookie list this year!! THANKS!!

  78. Jessica Lloyd says

    I am so happy I found you on Pinterest!
    I love all your recipes, and make them all the time!!
    Just wanted to say how much I love making and eating it all!! 🙂
    Jessica lloyd

  79. Sarah says

    What is the nurtition info for these? The link takes me to a laurabar page, but no nutrition info for the cookie bites.

    Thank you,

  80. Charlyne says

    Hi Katie, Someone mentioned SnickerDoodles…So you have a recipe for them ? Would love to try that also. PS love your site. Found you on Pintrest. So glad ! Look forward to may more recipes from you.

  81. heather says

    We made these for a “healthy snack” project for Brownies and they were a huge hit with the whole troop as well as the moms! Can’t wait to play around with some variations…I’m thinking coconut, macadamia nut, and white chocolate would be amazing!

  82. Holly says

    What food processor do you use? I have a kitchenAid that does an ok job, but it doesn’t chop the nuts up as fine as yours. My balls are always pretty chunky looking.

  83. Kristy says

    These look delicious! Should they be stored in the fridge? And how long will they keep for? Thanks for all of these fantastic homemade larabar recipes!

  84. Whitney says

    Great video, Katie! You look darling!
    Question: which banana bread recipe was that? It looked wonderful!
    Also, I had a suggestion (though you’ve probably already thought of it): I know you’re having publisher issues concerning your new book. I was showing your website to my friend, who has already written and self-published several of her own books, and she said to me, “Why doesn’t she self-publish her book? She’s got beautiful photography, and a great layout. And she has such a huge following, marketing and selling it wouldn’t be a problem.” I completely agree with her. So, have you thought of that? It might give you more freedom to do what you want, and when.
    Anyway, just a thought. Take it or leave it, no biggie. 🙂

  85. Frog says

    normally I say I hate all things cookie dough. Then no honey, strawberry or apple anything allowed due to serious allergies. This recipe looking forward to.

  86. Cassie Thuvan Tran says

    As a kid, I basically ate more cookie dough than I did actual cookies! The Nestle Toll House cookie dough pretty much could have been my boyfriend. But anyways, I’m totally over cookie dough now. JUST KIDDING! Definitely still love it, but I go for vegan alternatives nowadays. These little fudge babies look so delicious–I would eat all of them any day!

  87. Lauren Newman says

    I know this post is old but can anyone tell me if these need to be refrigerated or if not, their shelf life? Would like to make them for my children. Thank you!

  88. Desi says

    I just made these tonight to take on my girls beach trip. So yummy!!! I doubled the recipe and used walnuts. Soooo easy and delicious, thank you.

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