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Seriously the BEST Cookie Dough Dip Recipe that I’ve ever tasted! So quick and easy and always a favorite when you serve it! This creamy dip tastes just like cookie dough in dip form! Made with cream cheese, chocolate chips, and a secret ingredient that takes it over the top! Everyone will ask for the recipe! Serve with graham crackers, pretzels or fruit!

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If you love cookie dough, you are going to absolutely love this quick and easy cookie dough dip.

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.

The Best Cookie Dough Dip Recipe

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 and apple and pear 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 make it.

How to Make Cookie Dough Dip

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

Vanilla.

Yum!

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 the BEST Cookie Dough Dip! I highly recommend bookmarking this baby or printing for your recipe box so that you can make it again and again and again! πŸ™‚

4.84 from 18 votes

Cookie Dough Dip Recipe

Appetizers β€” 10 mins

Prep Time 10 mins
Servings 16
Course Appetizer, Dessert
Cuisine American
Author Robyn Stone | Add a Pinch
The BEST Cookie Dough Dip Recipe – Seriously the BEST Cookie Dough Dip Recipe that I’ve ever tasted! So quick and easy and always a favorite when you serve it! This creamy dip tastes just like cookie dough in dip form! Made with cream cheese, chocolate chips, and a secret ingredient that takes it over the top! Everyone will ask for the recipe! Serve with graham crackers, pretzels or fruit!

Ingredients  

  • 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese softened
  • 1/2 cup butter softened
  • 1 cup confectioner’s sugar
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1 cup chocolate chips
  • 1 cup toffee bits

Instructions 

  • Cream together cream cheese and butter. Add sugars and beat until creamy. Then add in vanilla until smooth. Stir in chocolate chips and toffee bits until well combined.
  • Serve with graham crackers, pretzels or fruit.

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Notes

Do NOT use reduced fat cream cheese as it may cause your dip to have the wrong consistency.

Nutritional Information

Calories: 147kcal | Carbohydrates: 17g | Fat: 8g | Saturated Fat: 5g | Cholesterol: 17mg | Sodium: 60mg | Sugar: 16g | Vitamin A: 210IU | Vitamin C: 0.1mg | Calcium: 16mg | Iron: 0.1mg

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The BEST Cookie Dough Dip Recipe - Seriously the BEST Cookie Dough Dip Recipe that I've ever tasted! So quick and easy and always a favorite when you serve it! This creamy dip tastes just like cookie dough in dip form! Made with cream cheese, chocolate chips, and a secret ingredient that takes it over the top! Everyone will ask for the recipe! Serve with graham crackers, pretzels or fruit! // addapinch.com

From the Add a Pinch recipe archives. Originally published 2011. It’s an oldie, but goodie! πŸ™‚

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  1. I think you are as addicted to toffee bits as I am. What a great addition to the cookie dough dip. I will have to make this for my guys, they will love it.

  2. Toffee bits?Yes, please! What a fun dip to make:)Looks so good. Hope you’re having a wonderful Friday, Robyn. xx

  3. We’re having a big family feast at our house this thanksgiving and this HAS to be one of the dips for that day. Thank you for a great idea!

  4. Wowza…I’d have to make this, take one bite and hide it on the roof! I’d NEVER BE ABLE TO EAT JUST A BIT! This is NOT good for my diet in the best/worst way!

  5. Well, what do you know? I’ve made this recipe so many times and never thought to add toffee bits! Girl, you are so very, very bad…that means so VERY, VERY GOOD in food language! πŸ˜‰ Can’t wait to try this!
    Thanks again, Robin!

  6. I didn’t think it could get any better until I read the words Toffee Bits. Oh my heaven. Girl, this dip is da bomb. πŸ™‚

  7. This looks absolutely amazing! Now I need a good reason to make it. And by good reason, I mean a better reason than I want to sit down and eat the whole batch in one sitting. πŸ˜‰

  8. My word does this sound goooood! BTW, I’m loving the looks of your photos on this post. I don’t know what you’ve done differently but they have a bit of a retro feel to me. Very nice. Happy Birthday to your son Robyn.

  9. Oh Man!!! My hips to jean ratio are going to explode… this looks so good.. thanks for sharing .. although when my muffin top spills out of my jeans I may raise my fist shake it and yell your name. :O)

  10. I came across this and needed a quick dessert to make before going to see a friend tonight. She was widowed earlier this year and I have been wanting to take her dinner and dessert! Mmmmmm this turned out awesome! Loved it! Couldn’t imagine how it’d taste with apple but it worked well!!!! Thanks for sharing!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. Just made this and was experimenting with different things to dip with… ginger snaps and animal crackers are my favorite!

    1. I’m not sure why it would be runny, Erica. For the cream cheese, I only use Philadelphia Cream Cheese or Publix brand and haven’t had any problems with that in all the times that I’ve made it. Maybe try switching your cream cheese to one of those brands and see if it works better for you.

    2. Mine was a little runny too but the flavor was still there. I did use the 1/3 less fat cream cheese, that might have made a difference?
      I am going to put it in the refrigerator and see if it thickens up a little.

    3. Hi Dara, I don’t recommend using the lower fat cream cheese for just that reason. I think the recipe holds up better by using the full-fat version. The brands I’ve used for cream cheese are Philadelphia and Publix brand and have not had any issues. I hope it thickened up for you in the refrigerator. But most of all, I’m tickled you got the flavor! It is so yummy!

  12. I made this tonight for Thanksgiving tomorrow and it is delicious there may not be any left for tomorrow πŸ™‚ But I had to do 2 cups of powdered sugar because mine wasnt thick enough and had too strong of a cream cheese taste.

  13. Yay! I’m going to make this for a friend that just had a babe…it looks like the perfect treat to perk anyone’s day. Thank you heaps for sharing! πŸ™‚

  14. I LOVE cream cheese dessert dips! When my friend made this the other day I was hooked, couldn’t stop thinking about it. I asked her for the recipe and she sent me your way. I’m so excited to have been introduced to this blog.

    PS – I recommend animal crackers for dipping. Yum!

  15. First time I made it with fat free cream cheese and it came out runny and nasty. Made it again with regular cream cheese and the consistency was much better, still had a distinctable cream cheese Wang taste to it though

    1. I have to say I love the taste, but I also found that it tastes nothing like cookie dough. I was hoping for the cookie dough taste :-/ Looking forward to trying it with some of the great suggestions on here. Was anyone able to make it taste like cookie dough?

  16. ohh myyy im gonna surprise the family w this one..if i wanted to do a choc version of this..would i add cocoa powder…and maybe white choc chips???

  17. I made this last night for a party…it was a HUGE hit!!! Everyone was asking for the recipe…I will definitely keep this in my arsonal of recipes!

    1. Hi. I didn’t substitute anything for the cream cheese and followed the recipe that is included. It’s definitely not a dip you’ll eat everyday – although you might really, really want to.

  18. Toffee is probably my favorite thing on the planet, so the addition of that took this already amazing idea into MUST MAKE territory. Except it’s also MUST WAIT until I can make it and immediately give it away, otherwise I will have no problem devouring the whole batch myself!

  19. I made this for my family and they love it πŸ™‚ The change we made was to use mini choc chips. It is very addicting and I was told more than once to move it away from someone as they could not stop eating it! lol Thanks for the recipe.

    1. Oh my goodness, Belle – now that sounds pretty delicious, too!!! Let me know if you try it and how it turns out!

  20. Can this be made in advance and refrigerated? Or will it affect the taste or consistency? if it’s ok to refrigerate, should it be served cold or left out to become room temperature first?

    1. Hi Nat! It can definitely be made ahead and refrigerated. That’s actually what I do before parties, etc. Then, just pull out of the refrigerator and allow to reach room temperature for serving, about 10-15 minutes.

  21. I just made this for a work christmas get-together and it turned out perfect! I had to pry the mixing bowl out of my husband’s hands. I think he’s going to be very disappointed when there isn’t any left for him!

    1. If you don’t have any type of mixer, then I would allow all of the ingredients (such as the cream cheese) to get really softened at room temperature and then blend together by hand with a rubber spatula. It will require a bit more elbow grease, but should work just fine.

  22. This dip sound wonderful. I am going to add chocolate chips, heath bits and pecans. I’ll let you know how it turns out. YUM!!

  23. This was very good….I was impressed! I am actually going to make this again for Christmas because it was a hit. Kids loved it, my friends loved it, and my husband loved it. I made it with mini semi-sweet chocolate chips (I think it is easy to use with pretzels and such). I also like it refrigerated and cold, I think it tastes good while giving it a thicker texture…Even though it hardly lasted long enough to make it to room temperature! I liked pretzels with this too, my husband enjoyed it with animal crackers, and I also thought it tasted good with apples & graham crackers : )

  24. oh my goodness. I think I just had a heart attack looking at these pictures. This looks incredible. I love the idea of adding the toffee bits! I’m going to make this for a party sometime.. my friends will absolutely love me haha

  25. My girlfriends and I are having a PINTERESTing Day today. Everyone chose a craft and a recipe to make from PINTEREST. This is the recipe I chose. Can’t wait to try it!!! And hopefully some will make it to the party ;). Thanks for sharing!

  26. I took the dip & spread it between two graham crackers, then wrapped it in wax paper and froze it. It was a yummy treat like an ice cream sandwich! πŸ™‚

  27. oh my god! I just made this and it is absolutely out of this world!! Not only do I love it but it is a HUGE hit with everyone else trying it! And it was soooo easy to make!! Thank you for providing me with a new little something to bring to get togethers!!!

    1. I’m so glad you like it! Isn’t it dreamy? And addictive? And the stuff that dreams are made of? Thanks so much for letting me know you tried it and loved it as much as we do! Have a great weekend!

  28. Looks super yummy and excited to try it for the Super Bowl.

    Quick question: Where did you get your measuring spoons? Looking to replace my plastic ones with something I like better.

    1. Thanks, Angie. These measuring spoons came from my grocery store. They weren’t expensive at all. Let me know what you find.

  29. my husband is training right now and im getting ready to send a box of goodies to him do you think this will stay good if i ship it? It will take at least three days to get there.

    1. Oh goodness, Ashley. I sure wish I could say that I thought it would! I’m afraid the cream cheese wouldn’t hold up in the shipping.

  30. It is ridiculous how simple this recipe is and how amazing it is! I just made it for two different parties last weekend. People were trying to lick the bowl when I was taking away the empty dish. That is a successful dish in my opinion. Thanks so much!

  31. So we just made this — LOVE it! My husband said “it doesn’t taste like cookie dough”, but I think you need the chocolate chips for the full effect, not just licking the beaters πŸ™‚ thanks for sharing!

  32. I just made this dip, it’s every bit as delicious as everyone says, the only problem I had is that mine came out dark, and I used light brown sugar. Any suggestions????

  33. This turned out so well! I’m definitely a novice at all things cooking, but the dip was foolproof and tastes amazing – I made a double batch to take to a Superbowl party tonight and I’m sure it’ll all be gone by the end of the night! Thanks for the recipe!

  34. Just made a double batch of this for a superbowl party, but I’m thinking that it’s going to be gone before anyone gets here! YUM!

    1. I’m so glad you like it! Just put the bowl in the dishwasher before they arrive and they’ll never know! πŸ™‚

  35. I used 2 cups powdered sugar and 4 tablespoons brown sugar and you could not taste the cream cheese at all. Very delicious!!!

  36. Found your blog via Pinterest, and made this dip yesterday for the Super Bowl! It was delicious! Can’t wait for another excuse to make it again!

    1. I’m so glad you like it, Meagan. It is most definitely one of those dips that you don’t get tired of serving! {or eating}

  37. Oh my yumminess!! I think I’m heading to the store to get the ingredients to make a double batch of this!!
    Thank you for sharing!!

  38. This was a good dip, especially if dipping with nilla cookies. Yum! BUT it doesn’t taste a THING like cookie dough. Was a bit bummed. Next time I’ll just make cookie dough and leave the eggs out.

  39. Just tried this recipe! It’s awesome! I had leftovers so I tried to put the rest in crescent rolls. They’re sooo good! A definite must try!

  40. Was wondering if anyone knows the overall nutriotional value for this dip as a whole. Or how to figure it out.
    I want to make this for a party. But I am on Weight watchers and would be really helpful please and Thank you!

    1. Hi Amira,
      I’ve not tried freezing it, but I have made it ahead of time for a party and made it two days in advance of the party. I think it tasted even better that way so that all of the flavors had time to hang out and be really good friends! I would say I wouldn’t store it for more than a week though.

  41. So yummy! I used vegan cream cheese, butter, and chocolate chips! I didn’t add toffee bits, but it’s sooooo good. Next time I need to use a mixer to better mix the cream cheese and butter. A fork only works okay. πŸ™‚

  42. I made this with vegan: cream cheese, butter, and chocolate chips! So good! Next time I need to use a mixer instead of just a fork. πŸ™‚

  43. I made this a couple of weeks ago and LOOOOOVED it! I made a couple of *teensy* changes per my personal preference but still very much the same recipe – its just too perfect. I posted about it on my blog and added your original post’s link there as well!

  44. I plan on making these this week but was wondering if I can make them a day ahead and just refrigerate them?
    Thanks!

    1. Hey! I actually prefer to make it a day ahead and allow it to refrigerate. I’m big on make-ahead items and think it gets even better when in the refrigerator overnight. Can’t wait to hear how you like it.

  45. Ok so I added more sugar and some vanilla and even peanut butter. That peanut butter really changed the taste and I think it taste better than before!! You can’t taste the cream cheese or butter either! Im having a girls night tonight and they all can’t wait to eat this!

    1. What a great addition with the peanut butter! I bet that tastes fabulous! Enjoy your girls’ night tonight!

  46. Hi Shay,
    I’ve not ever softened my cream cheese in the microwave for this recipe. I allow it to sit on the counter with the butter while the butter softens and then mix them both together. I don’t use fat-free or low fat cream cheese and the brands I have used have been Philadelphia and Publix. Hope that helps you, Shay. If it continues to be runny for you when you make it, maybe don’t softened the cream cheese and just cream it with the softened butter straight out of the refrigerator. Then, when it is all made, place it in a covered bowl back into the refrigerator for a while to get more firm before serving.

    Enjoy!

  47. OMG!!!!! I just found this recipe and HAVE to make it tonight. I just have one question though. I was always told if a recipe didn’t specify light or dark brown sugar, go with dark. Yours didn’t specify, but it looks like in the pic you used light brown sugar. So, which one is it? I can’t wait to make this! Actually, I have another question. What tastes best to eat the dip with?

  48. LOVE this recipe – we’ve been looking for different dips for our Sheila G’s Brownie Brittle and think this would be awesome!!! We have a toffee flavored product – wondering if the pairing of those would be too much toffee (or can there be too much toffee??) would definitely be good w/ our chocolate chip flavor. Yum!!

  49. Oh my goodness Robyn, this was divine! I made it for a hostess party with my girls and i substituted the heath for butterfinger bits that I had at my house, It was a huge hit! I have posted it on my blog.

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  50. This is incredible!!! If I could only have one sweet dish for the rest of my life, this would be it! Thanks for sharing!!

  51. Maybe try switching your cream cheese to one of those brands and see if it works better for you. For those who love sweet and salty taste try using Ritz Crackers with the dip! It still turned out amazing! wow !!

    1. Oooh Latisha! I LOVE the idea of using Ritz crackers for that sweet and salty taste! I’m definitely trying that next. I bet pretzel chips would be good, too.

  52. Hi! I tried this today and it was very tasty! However, I thought the cream cheese flavor was a little overbearing, (I think it’s just my personal taste though, my family loved it) This may seem like a dumb question, the obvious solution would be to just add less cream cheese, however I’m not very good at making food so I’m wondering if I added 6oz instead of 8 would that throw the whole recipe off?

    1. Hi Sandra, I’m so glad everyone liked this! It is a favorite of ours! I don’t believe it will majorly change the recipe to reduce the cream cheese a touch. You may want to increase the amount of confectioner’s sugar to make sure you have the right consistency. You also may want to try refrigerating the dip overnight as I’ve noticed that reduces the cream cheese flavor a good deal.

      Let me know how it turns out! I can’t wait to hear!
      Robyn

    2. I didn’t like the “bite” from the cream cheese that I still tasted using this recipe so I added more of both sugars and a little more vanilla. Adding more brown sugar gave it the raw cookie dough taste an texture (gritty like). You just need to taste and add when you get it all combined ( but before Heath chips and chocolate chips). Just my thoughts…. But this is a new fave of our nonetheless!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

  53. Hi Robyn,

    You show this recipe with graham crackers. What else would you use as the “vehicle” to get this delish stuff to your mouth?

    Nickie

    1. Hi Nickie!
      I like to use any number of different “vehicles” depending on my mood at the time. One of my favorites though are crisp apple slices. YUM!
      Other ideas are pretzels, vanilla wafers, or other types of cookies. Really though, a spoon works pretty well! LOL!

  54. I just wanted to let you know I did a review of this recipe on my blog, I linked everyone to this site to get the recipe….! I love it and will be making this over and over again for different events!

    1. Thanks so much, Nikki! I’m so glad you enjoy it as much as we do. I have to hide it from myself πŸ™‚

  55. I want to make this because My boyfriend loveS cookie dough but he hates a lot of chocolate (white, milk, dark) but he can do the heath bar bits. What would be a good replacement for the chocolate chips?

    1. Hi Brittany, you could change the chocolate chips out with peanut butter chips. Some days I wish I didn’t like chocolate nearly as much as I do! πŸ™‚

  56. I’m thinking about making this. What should I eat with this dip? The picture shows chocolate graham crackers but is there anything else?

    1. Hi Alex, I like to eat crisp apples, graham crackers – chocolate or regular, or even animal crackers are delicious. I can’t wait to hear how you like it!

    1. Hi Monica,
      You definitely can make it the night before. I think it actually allows the flavors to deepen just a bit. Be sure to keep it tightly covered or in an airtight container. I hope you enjoy it!

  57. Saw this on pinterest. Made it for Easter. Served with apples, bananas, graham crackers, and grapes. Delicious!!!

    1. YAH! I’m so glad you liked it, Linda. Love that you served it with all sorts of fruit, too. It really is scrumptious with fruit, I think.

  58. 5 Thumbs up! This dip is spoonworthy! But if not using just a spoon, chocolate graham crackers are the best! I recently took it to a scrapbooking weekend where they give a prize for the best homemade snack…guess who won??!!!

  59. 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!

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

    1. 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!!

  61. 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. πŸ™ So sad…..

  62. 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!

  63. 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!

  64. I want to make this tonight and serve it as an “icing” to the brownies I made last night. Go big or go home, right?? Looks sooo delicious!

    1. 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.

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

  66. 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!

    1. 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!

  67. 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! πŸ™‚

    1. 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!

  68. 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!!

    1. I’m so glad you loved it, Marielle. Yes, my favorite thing to eat with this dip is a crisp apple or pears. So, so good!

  69. 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?

    1. 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!

  70. 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

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

    1. 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!

  72. 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.

  73. 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! πŸ˜‰

    Cheers, RΓΆben

  74. 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!!

  75. 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! πŸ™‚

    1. Yes, it works fine to make it a day or two in advance. I actually like it better! Hope you enjoy it!

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

  77. 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!

  78. 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!

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

  80. 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 πŸ™‚

    1. I made this for a baby shower. I’ve made cookie dough dips before. To me, they’re usually just ok. But this stuff? Omg! It’s ridiculous! I don’t eat sugar anymore because it gives me headaches, but I could not stay out of this! Totally worth the headache!

    2. Thanks, Angela.
      Sounds like you love this recipe as much as I do! Sorry about your headache, though.

  81. 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.

  82. 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. πŸ™‚

  83. 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?

  84. 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!

  85. 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?

  86. 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.

  87. 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.

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

    Thank you! πŸ™‚

  89. 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!

  90. 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

    1. Hi Kelly,
      You absolutely can! It helps the flavors meld together even more. I hope you enjoy it!

    1. I’ve not added it to this particular dip recipe, but I don’t see why not.

    2. Made it for the Super Bowl!! It was a huge hit!! Delicious!! Didn’t change a thing!!! Love, love!!!

    1. Hi Laurie,
      I’ve not tried it with coconut oil and can’t tell you how the results will be. I do believe the butter lends a great deal of flavor to the dip and would be concerned with removing it entirely.

  91. By far mine and my family’s most fav (and most often made) find on Pinterest!! Β I use lower fat Cream Cheese although this makes it more soft and I always use Dark Chocolate Chips. Β The kids’ friends always ask for it and it will stay tasteful for several days in the fridge!Β 

    1. That’s such a wonderful compliment Donna! So happy you and your family (and your kids’ friends!) love it! It’s such a fun & delicious recipe we love too! Thank you so much for letting me know you enjoy it! xo

  92. I made this last weekend for my husband’s milestone birthday party. My adult step-son was visiting with a group in the kitchen and sampling the food. When he reached the cookie dough dip, he groaned and said “Omigod! This is the best stuff I had in my mouth all month”. I sent the leftovers home with him. Everyone who tried it loved it.

    BUT the story continues. His son who lives out of state with his mother was done for a visit a few days later. He was messaging me about it—LOVED it. I sent him to the recipe. Actually I was surprised there was any left for him to sample since he has a half brother and three young half-sisters.

    I’ve made another batch and will take it with some teddy grahams and pretzels to my quilting meeting tomorrow. THX!