I wasn't sure where to place this question, so since it was cookie related, I decided to put it here. If I'm wrong, moderators, please move it to the appropriate place!
I am going to make some chocolate chip cookie dough minus the eggs and form them into balls and dunk them in melted chocolate. Sounds really yummy. I plan on packaging them cute and selling them at my parents' country store. My question is, would it be fine if they were left out at room temperature or would they need to stay cold? The only perishable ingredients will be butter and milk.
My parents have display coolers, but the best place to sell things like this is right at the cash register.
Maybe you could substitute with powder milk and butter crisco...just thinking.
Milk powder is still milk and will spoil over time, just take a bit longer.
They would most definately be need to be kept in the fridge at all times as they are perishable.
Uncooked flour with moisture will spoil over time as well.
The flour will go mouldy.
Just what Sara said.
Here's a similar recipe that requires refrigeration:
Just made this one. Easy and delicious.