Monday, March 28, 2016

Killer Cookie Dough Dip

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Last night, my two passions came together in a spectacular melding of improv and cooking. I was asked to be a part of my friend's comedy night at ColdTowne theater, titled "Let's Cook: Improvised Cooking Show, Easter Edition."


That name really does not do it justice.


In the show, Jesus and the Easter Bunny has a smackdown, Dr. Lundqvist did a presentation on wrestling in America, I created a recipe live on stage, multiple people were murdered, Emeril's lesser-known cousin Emerald made an appearance, a 6ft tall child covered in chocolate made jokes, Detective Etouffe from New Orleans investigated the murders, two attorneys who didn't quite know the name of their practice offered legal advice, all while Christian tried to keep the show together.


It was the best kind of insane and actually a pretty solid crowd for a Sunday night. I hope we get to do it again!


The recipe I made live on stage was this one: cookie dough you can eat right out of the bowl without fear of salmonella. And while the cookie dough I made in the show may or may not have been the cause of the murders (I plead the fifth!) this one is all good.

We put the leftovers out in the lobby and they didn't even make it to the next show a half hour later, if that's any indication of how good it was.


It's technically a cookie dough dip--use pretzels or vanilla cookies as dipping aparatuses--but if you just scoop it out with a spoon, nobody will judge you.

Killer Cookie Dough Dip

  • 1 package neufchantel cheese (or cream cheese), softened
  • 1 stick butter, softened
  • 1/3 cup dark brown sugar
  • 1/3 cup white sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla (I used vanilla bean paste)
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 cup mini chocolate chips


-Cream together the butter, cream cheese, and sugar until light and fluffy.

-Add in the vanilla and salt, stir well.

-Fold in the chocolate chips.

-Serve at room temperature or slightly chilled with pretzels, cookies, or fruit for dipping.



14 comments:

  1. OMG, how hysterical! I would have loved to see your show. How clever to incorporate making a recipe onstage and being part of the murder! Your dip sounds so delicious and easy to make. No wonder there were no leftovers. :)

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  2. It looks like you had a blast on stage! My daughter would love this cookie dough dip, what a treat!

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  3. This is the perfect "girls night" dip...also for a baby shower. Who wouldn't love this!!

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  4. Sounds fun and I could totally go for this as snack and dessert at the same time!

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  5. Cookie dough dip?! That is outrageous I love it!!! Pinning this for my next hard day at work!

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  6. It looks like you had so much fun! This dip sounds amazing and so easy to make too! My daughter would go crazy over it.

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  7. What a fun show! I can see why this dip didn't last long - I would eat a whole bowl on my own! Love cookie dough dip!

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  8. That sounds like it was such a fun night! And the recipe sounds delicious too!

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  10. WhatWHAT??? This looks crazy good! I could eat the whole thing myself, which is probably not advisable, but would be a likely outcome. LOL

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  11. What a fun event! And I don't think I'd leave enough for the leftovers to have made it to the lobby. :)

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  12. omg that sounds SO FUN! Wish I could've been there to see it!!

    and eat this deliiiiiiious cookie dough DIP! mmmm

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    1. Well, if you're ever in Austin... ;)

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