Eating raw dough

Common Questions and Answers about Eating raw dough

eating

would cookie <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dough</span> ice cream be a suitable substitute?? Then you don't have to worry about the raw eggs. Although, I can't imagine there are real raw eggs in store-bought prepared cookie dough, is there?? It would go off, wouldn't it? So maybe that's okay???
Eggless cookie dough is in the ice cream and other stuff and it's safer but still be careful because I read that raw flour in cookie <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dough</span> can still make you sick. I love raw cookie <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dough</span> but stopped eating it when I got pregnant.
But i do know there is a type of cookie <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dough</span> that does not have any raw egg in it. Just dont remember what it is called.
Not safe with the raw eggs in in but probably safe if you find some without eggs in it
It's not the raw egg that will cause you to miscarry, it's the salmonella you could get from a raw egg. But most eggs are fine, I've never had salmonella poisoning and I've been eating g cookie dough and fried eggs over easy all my life.... It's just a precaution for pregnany mothers .. I'm sure you'll be fine just be aware from now until you deliver.
it happens, Just not very often since most eggs are pasturized. The other day I was eating raw cookie <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dough</span>! :).
I ate some raw cookie dough before & when i was like 13 weeks & my baby fine i ate alot to not even remembering i shouldnt be eating it.
The one I never thought of was caesar dressing. It has raw eggs. (so does cookie <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dough</span>) It seems like the list of no-nos grows daily!
I can be eating soft or hard foods, doesn't matter. I can hold my head still or look down at my plate and it doesn't matter. I don't feel it any other time at all, only when I chew something. I don't have any other symptoms. I'm not on any type of medications. I had a stapedectomy 2 years ago to correct hearing in my right ear.
I have the exact same symptoms. Within a half hour of eating I get this weird dizziness/drunk feeling, nausea and sometimes headaches. I was tested for Celiac disease because my symptoms matched almost perfectly--came back negative. The only test that has come back positive was mild gastritis and acid reflux via endoscopy. I was prescribed Pariet for that and thought maybe that was the cause so I quit taking them for a while but symptoms continued. My dr. is puzzled as to what it could be.
some may think im weird but idc lol i love to eat raw chocolate chip cookie <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dough</span> and havent in sooo long. im 5 months and was making cookies and just started eating it without thinking it might make me sick since im pregnant...can something happen like me getting sick or it affecting my babygirl?
I have been eating cookie <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dough</span> daily since I was 20 weeks. And no you aren't supposed to but its so darn good!!
so, unfortunately, I would still avoid the batter if it has raw batter (if you are using a box mix, I don't know what to tell you). the salmonella outbreak in the U.S. a couple of years ago from people eating raw Pillsbury cookie dough was from the flour, not egg...just fyi.
maybe its just me but I want to do anything I can to protect my baby and Im not eating ANYTHING raw. NO matter how much I would be eating. Parasites and things you get from eating raw meat are obviously microscopic. Whis to say that little bit you might eat wouldn't have anything in it ?!?! I would be careful about eating raw meat.
i LOVE it, and its so hard making brownies or even cookies without eating any of the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dough</span>/batter. i think im going to make a thing of cookie dough and leave out the eggs and just eat the whole thing one of these days lol.
For the first two trimesters I CRAVED TURKEY sandwiches I ate them like 5 times a day and I'm not even kidding and my baby is perfectly healthy big boy, he's so damn healthy he started crawling and he's only 4 months old lol, it's more of a precaution I drank soda and coffee and ate crab and lobster and shrimp and basically if I craved it I ate it and clearly my young is not effected
If you eat it there is a risk but I mean no more risk than eating raw cookie <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dough</span>, its more your preference and what you choose :)
but a mom to two who have very bad allergies. My daughter's lips get like that from eating raw carrots of all things! It is cross reactive to pollen allergies but when cooked are ok. Huge swelling inside her lips!!!! Cross reactive foods is a good area to search to see if something fits the bill and to take note if this happens with raw vs the same food cooked? Just a thought. WELCOME to our Community!
You can always just ask your doctor but you are pregnant. Do you know why I constantly have to have sugar? Raw cookie <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dough</span>, cake, fraps, candy bars. If its sugar its fair game. They call them cravings for a reason.
I know you can't eat most sushi, which ***** for me cause I love sushi. They say you can only have 12 ounces of caffeine a day. No raw or undercooked meat.
I'm 6 weeks and 6 days today and I just found out that Tiramisu, deli meat, sprouts, hotdogs and cookie <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dough</span> are no-nos for pregnancy. Since I've been pregnant, I've been eating sandwiches made by my DH that has shredded chicken deli meat with sprouts on them and also Blimpie's Best sandwich. I had Tiramisu the other day and I've had Ben & Jerry's cookie dough ice cream.
And no raw/undercooked foods and try to steam your lunch meat before eating it
When they say stay away from egg yolks they mean don't eat raw cookie <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dough</span>, don't eat fried eggs that aren't cooked all the way through, because uncooked eggs aren't guaranteed to be free of bacteria. But something like gelato that's been thoroughly processed - it's not a risk. Enjoy it. Sounds lovely!!
) such as feta, goat, Brie, Camembert, and blue cheese unpasteurized milk, juices, and apple cider raw eggs or foods containing raw eggs, including mousse, tiramisu, raw cookie <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dough</span>, homemade ice cream, and Caesar dressing (although some store-bought brands of the dressing may not contain raw eggs) raw or undercooked meats, fish (sushi), or shellfish processed meats such as hot dogs and deli meats (unless they are reheated until steaming) Source: kidshealth.com I say, what's done is done.
I love clothes and can't wait to tuck a shirt in and put on some spikey heels. I miss raw cookie <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dough</span>!! And, I miss my sleep, not having heartburn 24/7 and being able to shave my legs without such a huge effort!
MedHelp Health Answers