CCC Monday: Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies

May+512a22 CCC Monday: Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies

Happy Monday!

I hope you all are having a fabulous Memorial Day weekend, here in the US.

If you are abroad, I hope you had a great weekend and even better week ahead!

I wanted to thank you all who made the whipped milk ice-cream and left comments to tell me how much you enjoyed them! It means the world to me that someone is actually reading my blog, but to have you come back and tell me you made something using my recipe and you loved it – it melts my heart!


May+514a22 CCC Monday: Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies

     For another installment of CCC Monday, I chose the eggless version of chocolate chip cookie.

     If you have a sweet tooth, there is a big chance you like raw cookie dough, the one that’s safe to eat.

    Have you ever tried to actually bake cookies from it?


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 I have not, until now. I was very excited to see what cookies will it produce.

I am here to tell you, that if you like your cookies crispy-crunchy – this version is for you!

They bake beautifully, have a nice crispy ring on the outside and a crunchy inside.

Is it the ultimate CCC for me? No, but I really enjoyed these cookies. And so did everyone in our family!

They have a delicious caramel taste to them and the crispiness makes you one happy cookie-eater!

May+520a22 CCC Monday: Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies

 I really enjoy CCC Mondays. icon smile CCC Monday: Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies

I hope you do too! 

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 For this version of CCC, I took the recipe I have been using for years and simply didn’t add the eggs.

I left the baking soda so the cookies will brown nicely. Also, because we had a very hot week, I refrigerated my dough overnight so it was easier to handle.


May+512a22 CCC Monday: Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies

Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies

2 c all-purpose flour
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
1 c ( 2 sticks ) unsalted butter, softened
1 c packed dark brown sugar
1/2 c granulated sugar
2 Tbsp milk
2 tsp vanilla extract
1 1/2 c chocolate chips

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Line your baking sheet with parchment paper or silpat.
In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together the dry ingredients ( flour, soda and salt ).
In a large mixing bowl, cream together the butter and both sugars, until light and fluffy.
Add milk and vanilla and beat until combined. Now switch to a spatula or a wooden spoon and stir in the dry ingredients. Add chocolate chips and stir again. Do not over mix.
You can scoop the dough onto your baking sheet now or refrigerate the dough overnight.
I made teaspoon size balls, placed them on the baking sheet and flatten them gently.
Bake in 13-15 minutes. Watch them after the 12th minute, as they will brown quickly after that.
Cool on the sheet for 1 minute, then transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.

adapted from: Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book Bridal Edition


Other Chocolate Chip Cookies recipes:

Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies

Waffle Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Cook’s Illustrated Chocolate Chip Cookies






  1. says

    Oh my, these are perfect for my one daughter with food allergies. I’m so glad you reposted these since I only started networking in June of this year.

  2. says

    Hi Anna, came across this on Pinterest. I've been trying and testing a lot of eggless chocolate chip cookies too since couple of months (the ones in Starbucks & other stores are so not worth it!) – with milk, yogurt, banana puree, applesauce, etc etc etc to know what difference they make to the cookies.

    You've got a wonderful blog!

  3. says

    You can make cookies without EGGS???? I had no idea! Especially ones that look so delicious! I think I'll enjoy CCC mondays from now on!

  4. says

    Never tried CCC without eggs, but since its crispy I know my daughter will love it because she likes crispy ones and my son likes chewy ones :)Bookmarked!!

  5. says

    Hi Anna! I really enjoy your CCC Mondays…you know…I didn't really think there were so many chocolate chip cookie variations….so this is fascinating to me! These turned out beautifully! You know, sometimes I do enjoy a crunchier cookie…so I will know next time to just leave out the egg! And of course you got my vote…so good luck…I hope you make the top 25!!! Have a GREAT week! : )

  6. says

    These cookies look delicious – I can't believe they are egg free! Will have to try that myself one day (and I'll definitely be back to tell you what I think!)

  7. says

    My college roommates would attest to how much I love eating raw cookie dough. It's kind of embarrassing, really! hahaa, I'm so glad there's a healthier (relatively) recipe for me to indulge in! :D I need to remember this for a future pregnancy, whenever that may be!

  8. says

    It's kind of embarrassing how much I like raw cookie dough, as my roommates in college loved to point out. :) I'm so glad there's good alternative to eating the uncooked egg! They look like they bake up just as tasty, too :)

  9. says

    Looks fabulous sweetie! I am waiting for the best recipe so I can test it out! I too love a good chocolate chip cookie! Have a fabulous week! I can't wait to join up on Friday!

  10. says

    How cool is this! There are a lot of raw cookie dough recipes out there for just eating as is, but I never even thought of how they would do baked! It looks like these were a success-yum!
    Keep up with this series and have a great day!