Chocolate chip cookie dough cupcakes make any potluck or foodie event better. This lovely vanilla cupcake recipe is filled with an eggless cookie dough. This gourmet cupcake recipe is a perfect party table dessert.
Our eggless cookie dough recipe keeps you safe from salmonella. Wouldn’t want to take the chance you know? We topped off the beautifully textured vanilla cake with a light and fluffy buttercream frosting. Sprinkle a few mini chocolate chips on top and viola!…A lovely chocolate chip cupcake recipe.
Our vanilla cupcake recipe DOES contain eggs. ONLY the cookie dough is eggless. For an ENTIRELY eggless cupcake recipe you will need to use an egg substitute in the vanilla cupcake recipe.
Who doesn’t love eating raw cookie dough? You can even buy it in tubs now. Many companies make a wonderful business off America’s obsession with raw cookie dough.
Cupcakes with cookie dough are marvelous too. Your family is going to love this cupcake recipe from scratch. It’s a process…but so worth it!
Watch the video below to see the frosting technique I used on these cupcakes. It’s so easy and pretty. I use this decorating method on LOT of my cupcakes.
And WAIT till you try this cupcake frosting recipe. It’s perfect for this gourmet cupcake recipe. Yeah I’m going there. And you will be happy you did too!
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cupcakes
This is an easy filled cupcake recipe. However, it does require some time. So PLAN AHEAD with this one.
This recipe features a vanilla cupcake with a ball of frozen cookie dough baked into the center of the cupcake. The cookie dough is nice and soft in the center so it tastes marvelous in the vanilla cake.
- You definitely want to make sure the cookie dough balls are frozen solid before you bake them into the batter. I froze mine about 12 hours. Making the cookie dough the night before breaks up the work quite a bit!
- These cupcakes are simple to make. Just a basic vanilla cupcake filled with easy to make eggless cookie dough.
- Top them with super simple vanilla buttercream frosting.
- Add a few randomly sprinkled on mini chocolate chips and you are there.
These cupcakes make a lovely party dessert for a grown up birthday or special event. Kids love them too so this dessert recipe is great for a multi age event. cookie dough cupcakes are great all year round!
Looking for more Creative Filled Cupcake ideas? Head over to cupcake corner. We have many yummy cupcakes for you to try.
This is only cupcake FILLED with cookie dough. The Cookies and Cream cupcake uses Oreo crumbs and Candy Cream Bars. Another cupcake idea you may enjoy.
Frosting: I’ve included a video on how to make this frosting below
- Beat the butter alone until it is pale in color, light and fluffy.
- Add in the powdered sugar slowly beating until it is thoroughly mixed in.
- Add the vanilla and the milk next, start with 3 tbsp of milk and test the consistency. I ended up using 4 tbsp of milk.
I decorated the cupcakes with the swirl technique. I used a Wilton 2D tip and mini chocolate chips on top. I demonstrate it for you in a video in this post.
Here is the Printable Recipe:
Chocolate chip cookie dough cupcakes with eggless cookie dough baked into the center of a delectable vanilla cupcake. This cupcake is choc full of mini chocolate chips and Topped off with a light and fluffy vanilla buttercream frosting. Yumm… Cookie Dough: Cupcakes: Frosting: Decorating: Plan this recipe ahead to make it easy on you. Make the cookie dough a day ahead and freeze the cookie dough balls.
Serving Size: 1 frosted cupcake
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 517 Total Fat: 28g Saturated Fat: 17g Trans Fat: 1g Unsaturated Fat: 9g Cholesterol: 98mg Sodium: 254mg Carbohydrates: 63g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 41g Protein: 5g
Chocolate chip cookie dough cupcakes with eggless cookie dough baked into the center of a delectable vanilla cupcake. This cupcake is choc full of mini chocolate chips and Topped off with a light and fluffy vanilla buttercream frosting. Yumm…
Plan this recipe ahead to make it easy on you. Make the cookie dough a day ahead and freeze the cookie dough balls.
Recipe adapted from: Lifeinthelofthouse.com