Cookie Dough Dip Recipe

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Cookie Dough Dip!

If you love cookie dough, you are going to absolutely love this cookie dough dip. It just doesn’t get any better in my book! My sister-in-law made the most delicious cookie dough dip a while back for a family birthday. One little bite of her cookie dough dip and I was gone – hook, line and sinker! This time of year, I love to have delicious dip recipes for serving when we get together with family and friends, tailgating events, and the holidays. I knew I needed something in addition to my usual spiced caramel apple dip and immediately knew I’d make this dip, but with a little bit of a change.

Oh my heavens!

It was delicious before with just the chocolate chips, but with the little something-something that I added it is out of this world!

Wanna know what I added?

Toffee bits!

That little bit of crunch and toffee flavor tipped this already delicious dip right on over to out of this world!

I’ve served my cookie dough dip with chocolate graham crackers, honey graham crackers, Ritz crackers, and even some apple wedges. But y’all, this dip would be heavenly just licking it straight off the spoon. You just need a cracker or apple slice to look dignified while you are gobbling it up. So, the choice is really yours on what you serve with this dip.

Here’s how I made it.


Cookie Dough Dip Recipe

Cream together butter and cream cheese.



Cookie Dough Dip Recipe

Add in your confectioner’s sugar.



Cookie Dough Dip Recipe

Next comes your brown sugar.



Cookie Dough Dip Recipe





Cookie Dough Dip Recipe

Toss in your chocolate chips. I personally like to use milk chocolate chips, but you can decide which you prefer the best.

I think dark chocolate chips are my second favorite, followed by semi-sweet.

But go with your favorite.



Cookie Dough Dip Recipe

And then some of these little babies.

They give this dip that extra little bit of something to take it from great to Oh My Stars!!!

Mix it all together until well-combined and then watch out.



Cookie Dough Dip Recipe

I think it is the best cookie dough dip in all the land.

You really do need to make this stuff soon. Do note that it does contain cream cheese and therefore the taste is not like taking a big heaping spoonful of cookie dough from the mixing bowl when making cookies. It does taste out of this world delicious though.

I promise!

Here’s the recipe for my Cookie Dough Dip. You can save print, bookmark, or save, but whatever you do – make it soon!


4.7 from 13 reviews
Cookie Dough Dip Recipe
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The most delicious recipe for cookie dough dip you've ever tasted.
Recipe type: Dessert, Appetizer
Serves: 12
  • 1 8-ounce package cream cheese
  • ½ cup butter
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1½ teaspoons vanilla
  • 1 cup chocolate chips
  • 1 cup toffee bits
  1. Cream together cream cheese and butter.
  2. Add all remaining ingredients and mix until well-combined.
  3. Serve with graham crackers or apple wedges.
Do NOT use reduced fat cream cheese as it may cause your dip to have the wrong consistency.

I hope y’all enjoy this cookie dough dip as much as we do. I can’t wait to hear if you do!

Love ya!


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  1. 159


    I made this the other night and did not read about the reduced fat cream cheese. Well I bought 1/3 less fat (NOT fat free!) and there were NO issues!
    With that in mind, the calories for the whole recipe is 4417. I estimated about a total of 3 1/2 cups made. per tablespoon.. 70 calories. Way less than I thought!

  2. 161


    Hello….I live in Australia, do we have something like the toffee bits here? I have never seen anything like it before….Help???

    • 162

      Laura says

      If you can’t find the toffee bits in the baking isle beside the chocolate chips, then you can use a Heath candy bar and just crunch it up!!

  3. 164


    Hey I just found this recipe on Pinterest a few days ago and decided to try it last night. I was disappointed that it didn’t taste like cookie dough. Not in the least. I used full fat Philadelphia Cream Cheese, and real butter. It’s good, but it’s not cookie dough. :( So sad…..

  4. 166


    i suggest serving with vanilla wafers – the vanilla in the cookie really helped masked the final bit of “cream cheese” taste. i also added more sugar and vanilla, small batches at a time, until i got it a little sweeter. i’m not crazy for that cream cheese taste, so i wanted to mask it a bit more. like everybody above, when i brought this to a party people went crazy! i doubled the recipe and it still went!

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    OMG OMG OMG!!! I love love love love love this. It was perfect for the kids after they played in the backyard with the water hose!

    • 171

      Robyn says

      So glad you all loved it, Sheila! It has definitely been one of those well-loved recipes around here, too! Thanks so much for letting me know.

  6. 174

    jessica says

    Just made this and it was delish! It tasted a bit too buttery though. I used salted butter – could that be the culprit?

  7. 175

    Kara Mae says

    Omg this cookie dough dip is so amazing! I first had it at my friends house at a forth of july get together. I am 11 weeks pregnant and once I started eating it with apples I could not stop I think I sat in front of the bowl the rest of the night!

    • 176

      Robyn says

      Hi Kara! I’m so glad you like it. Congratulations on your baby. How exciting!!! I have to tell you though. I’m NOT 11 weeks pregnant and have been caught a time or two sitting in front of a bowl of that stuff. I have to give it away or I eat it ALL!

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    Mommy's Always Write says

    Yum! I’ve had this on my Pinterest list for way too long, and I finally made it today to take over to a friend’s house for dessert. It was a hit with the adults AND kids! I took animal crackers and chocolate graham crackers for dipping, and I’m still not sure if I like dipping things in it or just eating it by the spoonful better! There were six adults and six kids, and this made plenty for everyone (plus extra that is dangerously sitting five feet away from me in my fridge right now!). Thanks for the recipe – I’ll definitely be making it again! :)

    • 182


      I’m so glad y’all loved it. It is seriously addictive! I have a variation that I just made that I think you may also like. Actually, it posts in the morning. YUM!

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    Marielle says

    This stuff was amazing!!!! The toffee bits really made the dip! I’m not a chocolate chip fan so I left those out and added walnuts! So good!!! I tried them with the chocolate graham crackers and it was a little bland so I switched to the apples and man o’ man… Flavor explosion!! So good!! Thx for the recipe!!

  10. 187

    Kim says

    Couple quick questions. I totally want to make this for a pot luck wondering though. Can it be made the night before and refigerated?? Also wondering I can’t find chocolate graham crackers. Okay to use original graham crackers?

    • 188


      Hi Kim,
      Absolutely – it really tastes even better the next day after being in the refrigerator overnight. It gives it longer for all the flavors to meld together. Yes! Regular graham crackers work just fine with this dip. I also like to serve it with apple or pear slices, pretzels, or a Biscoff cookie. Oh my gosh! Now, I’m craving it! Hope you enjoy it!

  11. 189

    teresa says

    love this. I used the chocolate toffee bits and added a splash of lime juice and I plain to make this and put it in a graham cracker pie crust for Thanksgiving. Yum

  12. 190

    Mandi says

    Can I make this ahead of time or does it have to be served immediately? Can I store in the refrigerator and serve cold?

    • 191


      Yes, you can absolutely make this ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator until right before use. I recommend letting it sit out for about 10 minutes before serving to make it a bit easier for dipping. I hope you enjoy it!

  13. 193

    Nicole M says

    I used 2 cups of powdered sugar as someone suggested and I personally liked it better. I also used Scor bits as I am Canadian an often have to subsitute items as the toffee bits are unavailable here. It turned out great! Thanks for posting.

  14. 194


    This dip looks amazing! I guess it doesn’t fit in my nutrition plan (haha!) but anyway, just staring at these beautiful pictures make me happy! 😉

    Cheers, Röben

  15. 195

    Cassie says

    This dessert was amazing. I made it for the first time tonight and brought it to my family get-together. Everyone raved!! I know some commenters said it doesn’t taste like cookie dough, but it’s a cookie dough dip, and the cream cheese will make it not taste exactly like cookie dough. I brought graham crackers and apples, but most just ate it off of a spoon! Yum, yum, yum!!

  16. 196

    Elle says

    Is it okay to make this in advance, as long as I store it in the fridge in an airtight container? How long will it stay fresh and yummy? I don’t know if toffee can soften, but I don’t want it to get soggy. Help? Thanks! :)

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    Jenny says

    I’m making this for the second time for our SuperBowl party tomorrow… AMAZING!!! Wouldn’t change a single thing!

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    Amista B. says

    I have made this twice: once without toffee, and another time with milk chocolate toffee (not the kind you bought). I loved it both ways. My favorite thing to dip in it are Honey Maid Lil’ Squares. They are the perfect size, texture and flavor for the dip (in my opinion). This is a GREAT recipe. Ive tried others but the cream cheese flavor was too prominent and made it a little weird, not with this one though! Perfect blend of all the ingredients. Thank you!

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    Chelsea says

    OH MY GOODNESS! I can’t stop eating it! I suggest for the first time if you are making it for someone else or for an event, you better make a batch for yourself to keep at home or you’ll be sorry you didn’t. My favorite dipper for this dip would be apples. YUMMO!

    I pinned this AGES ago and am disappointed that I waited this long to make it.

    Thank you for sharing!

  20. 201

    Bridgett says

    I will so be making this on Saturday for my daughter’s 17th Spa themed birthday party. Can not wait to try it.

  21. 202

    Jamie says

    Hi maybe I missed it or overread it but I would like to try to make this but dont see exactly how much butter, cream.cheese and other ingredients to put in exactly. Im not too good at eyeing it out so I would appreciate the help..thanks :)

  22. 204


    We made this dip tonight for our church campfire and it was a sure success! The graham cookies were a great option but the apples were the surprising hit. I would highly recommend it for a quick yet unique treat! Thanks for the recipe.

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    Ashley says

    I made this dip for a work potluck probably about a year ago. I ended up having to print out a copy of the recipe for everyone in the office. It is amazing. Since that first time I’ve probably made it about 15 more times and haven’t changed a thing besides doubling the batch!!!!! I’m now told that I must make this for any party in our office. I usually use either the chocolate or cinnamon graham crackers. I absolutely love this recipe. Thank you for bringing it into my life. :-)

  24. 207

    Sarah says

    Question…cream together the cream cheese and butter…does that mean melted butter? butter at room temperature or just butter straight out of the fridge? and just mix it normally using a spoon or a hand mixer or something?

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    Jan says

    Hi there, I am looking forward to making this. Can you please tell me if the recipe is for salted or unsalted butter?
    Thanks so much for the recipe and the help!

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    Janet says

    I made this and it was awesome, but it turned out brown in color instead of the whiter color in the picture. A friend also has made it hers is also the whiter color. Also, mine has more a gel-like consistency and hers was more creamy. Any idea what I’m doing wrong?

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    Deb says

    This came out well and is a huge hit. The toffee bits added that bit of extra crunch. I really liked it with pretzel sticks rather than a cookie or graham cracker. College daughter took over the rest and has taken it back to school with her.

  28. 212


    I just made this, with low fat cream cheese, a little butter and some coconut oil. The texture is just fine. I’m calling it cheesecake dip, though, because as you said, it tastes nothing like cookie dough. I’m taking it to a baby shower tomorrow, with pretzels for dipping.

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    Tammi says

    Yum! Can’t wait to try tonight! I think some salty pretzels will be nice for dipping as well!

    Thank you! :)

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    Steph merrifield says

    This is amazing recipe! So glad I tried it – it was a hit at the party! Served with Apple slices and graham crackers. To die for!

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    Kelly says

    I’m making this tonight for our new years eve party. Can I make it a head of time and keep in the frig or should it be made later so that it’s more room temp? Sorry if it’s a dumb question. Just not sure how it will taste best. Thanks! -Kelly


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