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This is a simple recipe that you can make at home. It's made with just four ingredients, but it has the perfect amount of crunch and sweetness.

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Remember when I dubbed this the Summer of Ice Cream, way back on Monday? I have an addendum. [But don’t worry. The Summer of Ice Cream is still totally on.]

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However, it’s also the summer of this:

Deep Fried Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough | From

Glorious globes of gooey goodness

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Yes, friends, this is the summer when I make peace with deep frying and give state fairs everywhere a serious run for their money!

I’ve always been a little fascinated-slash-horrified by the news stories I read every summer about the latest deep-fried foods coming out of amusement parks and fairs. Fried bubble gum! And Kool-Aid! And PB&J! America, what is going on?

I’ve decided that carnies shouldn’t be hogging all the frying fun, so I’ll be tackling some fun and crazy frying projects over the next month or so. Every Friday (or Fry-day—see what I did there?) I’ll share a new fried dessert recipe with you. Forget the Ferris wheels and roller coasters—here at SugarHero, we make our own fun!Up first: Deep-Fried Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough!

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Have you ever eaten a cookie and thought to yourself, “This cookie is pretty tasty, but it would be better if it were less baked, but still warm and melty, and also encased in a layer of sweet, crispy fried dough?” You’re in luck, because I have the perfect recipe for be honest, this was new territory for me, and although I thought the idea of deep-fried cookie dough sounded good, I had no clue how it would actually turn out. I was thrilled when these unassuming balls of dough proved to be really, really, really good, or as Jason described them, “Mmmmaaarmmssdlfalskhkasboiasdfntwwaaa…” (He sort of trailed off into drool at the end.)

Deep Fried Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough | From In the interest of scientific inquiry, I tried a number of variations for this dessert: I made cookie dough both with eggs and without eggs. I tried batters with eggs and without eggs. I fried the balls both when they were frozen, and when they were merely chilled. And of course, I tasted each batch. For science! So when I say that these balls are really, really good, you know that I can be trusted, because I think I’ve eaten more deep fried cookie dough than anyone else, ever. That’s an achievement I’ll be bragging about at the next class reunion for sure.

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Deep Fried Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough | From

So let’s talk about what you’re actually getting when you deep fry cookie dough. After frying, the balls are beautifully smooth and round, with a crispy, slightly sweet coating that’s hard and crunchy on the outside, but nicely fluffy on the inside. The cookie dough becomes melted and warm and starts to cook around the edges, but definitely remains dough-like in the center. If you eat them when they’re fresh from the fryer the dough portion is gooey, like in the picture above, but if you let them cool to lukewarm, the dough will continue to cook and set, and will be a little more solid, like in the picture below.

It is definitely still like eating cookie dough, rather than a fried cookie, so use that as your guide in determining whether you’d like this dessert. I think the chocolate chips are absolutely necessary to give them the best flavor and texture, so don’t get any cute ideas about trying this with plain sugar cookie dough or something. But as far as making other changes, go crazy! Try adding other flavors of baking chips, or even chopped candy bars, or experiment with the dough itself and do a chocolate variation instead.

Of course fried foods will never be healthy, and are, as Cookie Monster might say, a “sometimes food.” But that’s true for almost any dessert, so as long as we’re not all eating fried cookie dough for dinner every night, it’s all good. Let’s do this thing. Go a little crazy in the kitchen, try something new, and show those carnies a thing or two!

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