quick 5 minute healthy chocolate chip cookie dough dip #purelytalk

Howdy luvs!

Are you ready to see how we make raw chocolate chip cookie dough dip in under 5 minutes?

healthy raw chocolate chip cookie dough dip

You don’t really have to answer that because we know the answer is YES ;)

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Who doesn’t sneak some raw cookie dough samplings as they bake chocolate chip cookies? Think we all have done this.

What is it about raw cookie dough that is just so damn tasty?

Today in our purely talk #12 video we show how we make a simple recipe that can be made up in about 5 minutes and it is good for you too! This recipe is made up with just 5 ingredients too! Makes this recipe even better.

cashew coconut butter banana raw dip

Most chocolate chip cookie dough dips you might have seen floating around the internet are probably made from either garbanzo beans or butter. Nothing technically wrong with either of those ingredients. They are just things we (at the moment) can’t eat due to healing our gut and skin issues.

So we played around with ingredients that so far our bodies can handle from time to time.

ingredient for cookie dough dip

This leads us to our cookie dough dip creation made from cashews, coconut butter and a banana!

Raw chocolate chip cookie dough — done the purely twins way.

We actually made this recipe (well close to it) about over two years ago during Christmas one year. Our first time making it was still based out of cashews and coconut butter…but we used agave nectar in it, which we no longer consume. So we thought about what to sweeten this cookie dough dip with? And we came up with a banana. Maple syrup was our second thought.

under 5 minute raw cookie dough dip recipe

Healthy cookie dough dip that taste incredible. And naturally gluten-free, vegan, dairy-free, grain-free, low-sugar, and RAW!

No baking required for this cookie dough and no CRAZY ingredients. Just simple real food. Simple ingredients for a simple cookie dough dip recipe.

quick 5 minute healthy chocolate chip cookie dough dip #purelytalk

quick 5 minute healthy chocolate chip cookie dough dip #purelytalk

A quick recipe for cookie dough dip made from just 5 ingredients. Raw, vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, and low sugar.


  • 1/2 cup coconut butter
  • 1/2 cup cashews (soaked, rinsed)
  • 1 banana*
  • 1/4 cup chocolate chips
  • 3-4 tablespoons water
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla bean powder (or 2 tsp vanilla extract)


  1. Soak cashews for about 30 minutes, while you gather the other ingredients.
  2. Rinse cashews. Place all ingredients, except chocolate chips, into blender.
  3. Puree until smooth. The batter is thick, add more water as needed.
  4. *If you prefer a more sweeter cookie dough dip replace the banana with 4 tablespoons maple syrup or honey. Only use the water if needed.

Now there is now excuse not to have an easy “healthy” dessert that you can really impress your friends with at your next party!

Perfect for dipping or eating by the spoonfuls!!

we love raw cookie dough dip

We love raw cookie dough dip, do you?



  1. Hannah says

    Ohhh man! This just made my week!! Coconut butter and cashew based cookie dough dip?! No need to say more I’m sold! Super duper excited to make this! How do ya’ll store it? I would imagine it would harden in the fridge with the coconut butter but would it be ok to keep on the counter since it has banana as the sweetener? Oh and can’t wait for the cookbook!!!

  2. Nancy A. says

    I made this over the weekend and it is so good!Easy and delicious!! I used it for my apple and loved it. Will be looking for other things to dip this week. It makes a generous amount and I told no one it had healthy ingredients! They didn’t notice and loved it! Ha!

  3. Laura says

    Could I sub another nut or seed for the cashews? I recently discovered I’m allergic. Instant headache. :( I was thinking raw sunflower seeds..I know it might change the taste but I’ve made milk with them before and the taste is pretty mild.

  4. says

    Hello Ladies,
    A lot of your delicious recipes use coconut butter…are there two substitutes that I can use. I am just now jumping on this diet so anything helps! Thank you!

      • says

        And just to follow up on that question…how much is each serving? I’m trying to calculate the nutrition, especially calories, and considering the ingredients I’d need it to yield at least 15 tablespoons to have a reasonable calorie count. Preferably a bit more. Any idea how many tablespoons would be in a batch based exactly on your instructions? Thanks!

          • says

            Thanks for answering quickly! I’d hoped you would have at least a general idea of how many spoonfuls are in each batch, so that’s unfortunate. Unless it yields a certain amount, the calorie count is going to be through the roof, so I was hoping to get an idea of that before putting in the effort to make it.

            On another note, can you use existing cashew or almond butter for this instead of starting with raw nuts? Thanks!

  5. Veronica says

    Looks delicious! I know this is a dip, but do you think it could be baked into cookies? Just curious! Cant wait to try!

  6. JW says

    Hey, just wondering how many servings this is expected to yield, and how large those servings would be (presumably 1 tbsp)? Thanks!


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