Cookie Dough Truffle Pops.

Safe-to-eat cookie dough covered in chocolate, sprinkles, and served on a popsicle stick. These “pops” are always a hit!

Not only were my Fudge Brownie Pumpkin Cupcakes a huge hit at my bake sale last weekend, but these cookie dough pops were a big-seller as well.

I wanted to bring something fun, cute, and portable.  And something involving cookie dough because… who can honestly resist that buttery raw chocolate chip dough?!

These guys are pretty straightforward. Whip up a batch of cookie dough, roll into balls, pop in a stick, dunk in chocolate, and sprinkle.  The cookie dough uses milk instead of eggs, so they are completely safe to eat.

The hardest part was choosing which sprinkles to use! I settled with chocolate, but I have big halloween sprinkle plans for these next month. There are a few secret tricks I learned while I was whipping these up.

First, roll the balls as big or small as you’d like.  Mine were about 1.5 tablespoons of dough.  Insert the popsicle stick while the dough is still at room temperature. Next, make sure to freeze the cookie dough balls (while on sticks) before you dip them in chocolate.  The cold frozen dough will meld to the popsicle stick and make dipping them much easier.

Also, to avoid getting the inevitable “flat top” from resting the dunked balls on your cookie sheet, I made sure to hold the sticks after I dipped them into the chocolate.  I tapped off the excess chocolate, sprinkled them with sprinkles, and held the ball for about a minute until the chocolate was mostly set.

Some truffles didn’t get sticks. Those were for me. 😉

With all of the bake sale preparations I did, it was nice to have an easy no-bake treat that I knew would be an instant success!

Cookie Dough Truffle Pops

Try writing different messages on the popsicle sticks for different occasions. These are such a fun gift idea.


  • 1/2 cup (115g) unsalted butter, softened to room temperature
  • 1/4 cup (50g) granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup (100g) packed light brown sugar
  • 2 Tbsp (30ml) milk
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 and 1/4 cups (160g) all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/2 cup (90g) mini chocolate chips
  • 12 oz semisweet chocolate or chocolate candy coating, for dipping
  • 30 popsicle sticks


In a large bowl using an electric or stand mixer, beat butter and sugars until light and fluffy. Mix in milk and vanilla. Add flour and salt and mix on low until combined. Stir in chocolate chips. Chill the dough in refrigerator for about 30 minutes, or until firm enough to roll.

Line 2 large cookie sheets with parchment paper or silicone baking mat. Roll dough into balls, about 1.5 tablespoons of dough per ball. Insert popsicle stick into each ball. Freeze balls for at least 15 minutes on 1 cookie sheet.

Melt candy coating following instructions on the package. Remove a couple of balls from the freezer at a time and dip into melted chocolate. Tap the stick against the bowl and let any excess chocolate fall off. Sprinkle with chocolate sprinkles and allow chocolate to set on lined cookie sheet. Store in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.

Recipe Notes:

Adapted from Bakerella

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You’ll love them!

Cookie Dough Truffle Pops! These are so easy and fun to make.



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  1. Hi Sally, I can’t figure out what I did different. I did cook the flour all 3 times but I think the last 2 times I might not have let it cooled enough. I am going to try without baking the flour next time. Even the mistakes are tasty just not presentable. Thanks for all your great recipes. My husband loves your choc chip cookie recipe!! Take care, Lisa

    • Hey again Lisa! I would try it without cooking the flour next time. That’s how I always make them. Love those choc chips cookies too!

  2. My friend made these but used crushed butterfingers instead of choc chips…then she dipped half in peanut butter chips and the other half in chocolate…they were so yummy! I know you love peanut butter so I thought I would share 🙂

  3. oh my goodness this has to be the best site i have visited i love your recipes

  4. HI sally! I made this truffle this weekend and sell it tomy officemates…
    It was totally hit!.. ill take some pictures and post on my FB so you could see them.. ill do try some of your cupcake recipes since im selling cupcakes..
    Thanks to your recipes. Love it!!! =)

    • These are always a huge hit! I sold them at a bake sale. Everyone always loved them! Let me know which cupcakes you try.

      • I tried the ” Lemon cupcake with Vanilla frosting” and still…
        They loved it !!!

        Also, i tried the ”Glazed Chocolate Donut Holes” and so far this is my top 2 client request per week.
        i just made some revisions since yogurt is kinda expensive here in the PH.
        I used 1/8 cup of Fenetti and add it in the wet mixture, then i added chocolate chips in each donuts.
        So so big Hit, but nothing beats the Cookie dough pops. Top 1 !

        Thanks for sharing your talent sally.. =)

      • Seriously LOVE these cookie dough pops! Thanks for trying so many of my recipes.

  5. These were amazing! Anything with cookie dough I’m in

  6. These look absolutely amazing and I would love to give them to a group of friends that meet each month, but wondered about whether they need to be refrigerated even if you “bagged” them up for gift-giving? I will look forward to your answer if possible.

    • Hi Donna! When I give these truffles as gifts, I keep them in the refrigerator until I’m ready to give them away. They must be chilled whenever possible. They can be out of the fridge for a few hours though, especially when it isn’t hot outside.

      • Thanks Sally for your prompt reply! I wondered how they did at the bake sale sitting out and if there is anything in them that would “spoil” and make someone ill. I felt a little more comfortable since they don’t have eggs! I’m going to go make them right now!


  8. Do you think these would turn out using an alternative flour like rice or oat?

  9. I made these for my daughters Senior Prom Dinner… They were a hit!!! Cookie Dough + Teenagers + Moms = 0 Truffles Left

  10. Hi Sally! I love this recipe. Problem is, I’m the only one in the family who appreciates raw cookie dough (sad, I know!) so I’m left with a lot of cookie dough all for my self and I can’t eat them all. My question is, can I still bake this cookie dough recipe? Tweak it or something, like add an egg? Is it still possible? Thanks so much! 🙂

  11. First of all these are nothing short of amazing. My husband was veering so frustrated when I made him wait until the cookie dough was covered in the chocolate. I obviously gave in and we are some anyway haha! The obly question I have was mine were a tad but grainy. Any suggestions?

    • Lots of typos in the comment!! My baby kept messing with me when I was typing the comment. Sorry about that

    • Hi Melissa – you can always try to use all confectioners’s sugar instead of brown & granulated. I’ve tried both ways and I actually prefer the graininess – that’s how cookie dough always tastes to me.

      • My husband said the same thing but I was just curious if it was supposed to be that way!! If I did use the confectioners sugar is it just the same amount as the sugars in the recipe?

  12. Also, have you ever done this with salted butter?

  13. I made these for the first time a few months back and they were AMAZING!! I made them again yesterday and they didnt taste the same AT AL!! They were grainy and tasted ike chemicals. WHAT DID I DO WRONG?????

    • I’m unsure, Sara. I have not changed the recipe. Are your ingredients all fresh?

      • I made them again and they were WONDERFUL. I’m not sure what I did wrong the second time, maybe my butter wasn’t fresh. My parents buy butter in bulk and freeze it, so that may have been the problem.

  14. I found your blog few months before and your recipes are the best I ever seen, simple but tones of new ideas and makes most sense of it all. I saw this weeks back, but I wasn’t sure about eating raw dough, so I waited. Finally, I made one time and not it is easy to make, but so delicious, and I made it again and again. My husband loves sweet stuff, but he is very careful about taking too much sugar, however he eats this at least two a day if I have on hands. By the way mine is 1.5 times bigger than yours because I can only make 17 or 18 on each batch. Well, I just have to make more each time. Also, I cut down both sugar to 2/3 and it’s still taste great. Thanks.

  15. Hey, these look AMAZING! I was considering making these for a kids club, but I heard that it’s dangerous to eat raw flour? Is this true? (Man I hope it’s not!) 

    • If you have concerns about raw flour, you can always “toast” it in a saucepan over high heat, stirring constantly, for 5 minutes.

      • “Toast” the flour you mean? So, just put the flour in a saucepan and stir for 5 minutes?

  16. AMAZING recipe!! Just made the dough, and it is SOOOOO good!

  17. With the cookie dough truffles – will it work with white chocolate with pink coloring (to make it look like a ‘strawberry’)?

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