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Cookie Dough Fudge
1 stick butter, softened
3/4 c. sugar
1 tsp. pure vanilla extract
1 c. all-purpose flour, microwaved on high for 3 minutes
1 tsp. kosher salt
1 1/4 c. mini chocolate chips, divided
1 14-oz. can sweetened condensed milk
1 1/2 c. melted white chocolate
Grease an 8" or 9" square pan with cooking spray and line with parchment.
In a large bowl using a hand mixer, beat butter, sugar, and vanilla until smooth. Add flour and salt and beat until combined.
Stir in 1 cup mini chocolate chips.
In a large bowl, mix together sweetened condensed milk and melted white chocolate, then fold into cookie dough mixture. Pour into prepared pan and top with remaining 1/4 cup mini chocolate chips.
Refrigerate until fudge is firm, about 2 hours. Remove from pan by lifting edges of parchment paper and cut into squares.
SOURCE IS delish.com
113g of butter, softened
1 tsp(~5ml). pure vanilla extract
120g all-purpose flour, microwaved on high for 3 minutes
1 tsp(~5ml). kosher salt
45 g (Or a hand full) mini chocolate chips, divided
198 ml of sweetened condensed milk
118ml of melted white chocolate(Ignoring evaporated water from doing double boiler method just assume we are using 118g of chocolate)
This is ishy as it is mostly googling.
Had everything until white chocolate. To the store!
Pregnant me came to the comments for the recipe, and is now considering leaving my husband for you...
Lol pregnant me came for the recipe too!
Why would you microwave flour for 3 minutes? To dry it out? Make it warm?
Raw flour can make you sick. Nuking it should kill any ickies.
How effective is that though, there wont be much water in the flour
The goal isn't to hear the flour by vibrating the water in it, like in most things you microwave; instead it's meant to vibrate the water inside any pathogens, killing them.
couldn't you just add water to the flour before microwaving if this were the case?
Water and flour makes paste... it would probably make it pretty gluey.
Probably although it may not be good in the recipe
What empirical sort of measurement is a stick. A stick of butter? Seriously.
1 stick is 4 oz, which is 1/2 cup, which is 8 tablespoons, which is 113 grams.
We left that empirical bullshit back in England in 1492, son.
And why the recipe needs salt?
Cookie dough often has a little salt here and there. Wouldn't be the same without it. :)
Because it is good for the flavor. There is science to it as well.
Can I get that in metric pls
God bless you
Looks delicious 😏
Thanks for the recipe! Looks perfect for a party.
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