CCC Monday: Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough Frozen Yogurt

Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough Frozen Yogurt – eggless cookie dough packed with chocolate chunks made into fro yo! This treat is amazing! 

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It’s just had to happen.

There was no way around it.

Take it from me. I have been doing this little series for 8 weeks now. A frozen version of chocolate chip cookies was simply bound to happen.

So, for all of you cookie dough lovers, I give you the Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough Frozen Yogurt.

Frozen yogurt. It’s the new thing now. Like cookie dough dip used to be.

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It’s the last week of July, National Ice Cream Month.

It’s hot so the oven is out of the everyday routine for me.

One plus one makes cookie dough frozen treat.

Aaaaannnnddd, to make you feel good about eating it I made it with yogurt.

You’re welcome. icon smile CCC Monday: Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough Frozen Yogurt

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Yields about 2 cups

Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough Frozen Yogurt

Your favorite cookie in a frozen yogurt form! Easy and delicious! Cookie dough recipe adapted from my Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe

10 minPrep Time

12 hrTotal Time

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  • 1 c all-purpose flour
  • 1/4 tsp baking soda
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 c ( 1 stick ) unsalted butter, softened
  • 1/2 c packed dark brown sugar
  • 1/4 c granulated sugar
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 3/4 c chocolate chips or chunks
  • 1 c vanilla yogurt


  1. In a mixing bowl of a stand mixer, beat the butter and both sugars together until light and fluffy. Add vanilla and beat until combined. In a small mixing bowl, whisk together the dry ingredients ( flour, soda and salt ). Add the chocolate chips or chunks and stir. Add the flour and chocolate mixture to butter mixture and fold in gently. Add yogurt and stir again. Place in a container and cover with lid. Freeze until set, preferably overnight.


The total time includes the freezing time.

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This is crazy good! Loaded with chocolate chunks and creamy yogurt goodness….. Mmmmm…




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  1. Jessica S says

    Saw this on Pinterest today and just got finished mixing some up. Tasted the batter, and it’s delicious! Can’t wait for it to freeze up and have for a snack tonight! :)


  2. Heather says

    This is yummy, but SUPER rich! My whole family enjoyed this! I made this gluten free by substituting almond flour for the All Purpose flour (and making sure my other ingredients were GF). Thanks for the recipe!

  3. says

    LOVE the new site Anna! Good luck with the big move. :-)
    I love that this recipe doesn’t need an ice cream maker, it looks absolutely delicious!! Great job, can’t wait to give it a try. Yay!

  4. says

    love the new site! congrats on the big move! Subscribed and subscribed again, so that even without Buzz, I won’t miss a post! I would love it if you would follow me too!

  5. says

    I just added this site to my google reader! :) I loooove chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream! This yogurt version sounds like a healthy but still delicious option!

  6. says

    Anna, this yogurt is unbelievable, and your photos are amazing, I also love your new site, I guess you could say I just like everything! Wish I had a bowl full of this right now, my mouth is watering!

  7. says

    Oh my chocolate chunk and cookie dough in frozen yoghurt? You’re my newest BFF! :) I can’t wait to try this when I get my ice cream maker on Friday! I might make an ice cream version too. I’m guessing you would substitute the yoghurt for double (heavy) cream? Anything else? Perhaps, add in full fat milk too?

    I can see you also made the switch to WordPress. Great minds must think alike because I did too! I kept getting 503 errors on blogger which would randomly bring the site down. Although, I had a custom domain so it was some work for me having to move my WordPress for one server to the next and change all the links back. You can import all your blogger posts into WordPress too. My site is still at the same domain address but those people that followed or subscribed with Google Friend Connect (GFC) and the subscribe bookmarklet are subscribed at the wrong feed address so I might lose a lot of my subscribers in the move. :(

    Which brings me to say, if you’re subscribed to my blog (which I think you are), then please visit my site and resubscribe (sorry!) I’d hate to lose you too. For more info, you can just see this post. Hope you continue to follow along. I’m now subscribed to your new blog. Have a great week.

    • says

      Hi Lisa! I actually saw your post about the subscription and I have the same fear. Cathy from Noble Pig suggested migrating the feed. I just did and it shows up on my new site address. If you need any help, let me know. Cheers to cookie dough in frozen yogurt! I think you are right, the heavy cream and milk subs should do it! Have a fabulous day, my friend! xoxo

  8. says

    Hi Anna! The blog looks sensational! Congrats and I hope the transition continues smoothly! I was wondering if you’d be putting cookie dough into ice cream! A fabulous idea for CCC Mondays! It looks sweet and scrumptious!

  9. says

    Yeah for new sites and this yogurt…OMG I am in love with cookie dough!! Do I have to resubscibe to your blog…I migrated all my subscriptions over when I changed…but not sure what your setup is! Let me know!

  10. says

    I really love this recipe and your blog and pictures in general. The new website looks great but I noticed that the feed on readers like google reader has been shortened and there are no longer any pictures. This is a real shame as your photos always made your posts stand out from the others on my reader. would you consider changing this?

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