While pumpkin bread is wonderful in its simplicity, it is possible to heighten your seasonal eating by adding a healthy helping of chocolate chip cookie dough to the batter. It gives the bread a decadently gooey center, and the spiciness of the pumpkin bread works beautifully with the brown sugar and chocolate in the cookies. Feel like gilding the lily? Go ahead, serve it with ice cream.
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These cookie dough cups are for everyone!
No need to choose between a slice of cake, piece of pie, or a cookie. You really can have them all with this pie shell full of goodness.
Hailing from the birthplace of Ben and Jerry's ice cream (Burlington, Vermont), my mom has strong feelings about their famous Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough ice cream. She hates it. She always says, "Who wants to eat gobs of raw dough in perfectly good ice cream?" Her daughter, that's who! I love the stuff.
Having lived in London for six months, I decided it was high (tea) time that we do an ice cream flavor inspired by British cuisine. Haggis ice cream was an option, as was black pudding sorbet, but ultimately I decided on a new spin on cookie dough ice cream. How to elevate the good ol' vanilla ice cream with dough balls? An Earl Grey ice cream with chewy pieces of lemon cookie dough sounded pretty good.
Discovering the Pake (a pie baked into a gigantic cake) was something of an epiphany: talk about a way to make pie even awesomer. But it also prompted a question: what else could be applied to pie for an added dimension of delicious? The answer was clear, of course: a cookie dough coating. Introducing: the Pookie, a cookie-coated pie.
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You Will Need About 24 to 30 ounces of cookie dough 3 scoops of vanilla ice cream 9-inch baking pan Oven Serves 2 to 3 people It was a long time before I realized that "pizookie" was a hybrid...