Dec 15, 2012

Cookie Dough Fudge | Part Deux

Cookie Dough Fudge

Now this is good. Little scoops of cookie dough tossed in a batter of chocolate chips and condensed milk. It's really candy more than fudge. Chocolate cookie dough candy. Ah-maze-ing.


While the previously posted recipe is my husband's favorite in the battle of the cookie dough fudge bake off, this one is mine.  I'm cool with that. Making this was a lot of fun.


Are you a cookie dough fan? Check out my husband's favorite. Try mine. Vote here!

See those lumps of cookie dough awesomeness in the chocolate fudge?



Cookie Dough Fudge

Cookie Dough

1/2 C softened unsalted butter
1/2 C light brown sugar
1/4 C granulated sugar
2 T milk or half and half
1 tsp vanilla
1/4 tsp salt
1 C flour
3/4 C semi-sweet chocolate chips (I used regular, mini chips also work very well here)

Fudge/Candy

2 C semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 C milk chocolate chips
1 14 oz can sweetened condensed milk

Instructions

Make the Cookie Dough:

  1. Place everything but the flour and chocolate chips in the bowl of a stand mixer and mix until fluffy. 
  2. Add the flour and mix until just combined.
  3. Add the chips
  4. Make 1/2 inch or so sized balls of cookie dough and place on a sheet pan. I used this little cookie scoop to form the dough balls. Made it much easier. 
  5. Freeze the dough balls for at least 15 minutes. I froze mine for one hour.

Make the fudge:

  1. Spray and 8 by 8 inch square pan with spray oil, and line with parchment or wax paper leaving enough paper to lift the chilled fudge out of the pan. I use binder clips to attach the paper overlap to the edge of the pan. Spray the parchment. 
  2. Place the chocolate chips and condensed milk in a sauce pan and heat over low heat until the chips are melted. Stir continuously. 
  3. Once the chips are melted, remove the pan from the heat.
  4. Fold the frozen dough balls into the chip mixture and then place the entire mixture into the pan. 
  5. Chill the fudge in the refrigerator until solid.
  6. Cut into squares. Makes 64 one inch squares.
These should be stored in the refrigerator in a sealed container.

I found this recipe on Cookies & Cups. Check out her blog. She tells some really cute stories. It's such a fun read.

Oh, by the way, this is my 100th post! Celebrating!

Sharing with Everyday Mom Meals



Sweet 2 Eat Baking

No comments:

Post a Comment

I love comments and questions and read every one of them.