Whoever wants to eat cookie dough and not get salmonella. Here ya go!
Fun fact! Eggs are completly sealed, and all the salmonella is on the outside. It only gets inside when you crack it. If you wash the egg with soap and water before you break it, you won’t get sick.
This is important, I need this.
I am a deviant weirdo. The only way I like cookies is crispy. Those new cookie chip things are my life.
I hate crispy cookies, I barely even bake them…however those little crisp cookie chip things are magical…like a whole other thing beyond cookies.
The bit about salmonella not being present inside the egg is completely false. There are strains of the bacteria which get inside the egg before the shell is formed and remain there, even if the shell is cleaned. And salmonella isn’t the only thing to worry about - egg shells are porous and often have microscopic cracks, so other bacteria, such as E. coli, can get inside.
Yeah I was only reblogging for the recipe.
I’ll still take my chances since I’m more likely to die by falling in the shower, drown, get killed by flames, or the most likely…heart disease and cancer. It’ like a 1 in 20,000 chance the egg will have salmonella…versus the higher chance for raw chicken.
Exactly. Raw cookie dough is a thing of the gods. And I love it and will risk salmonella forever.