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This Cookie Dough Fudge Is So Tasty You’ll Want To Make A Double Batch

We’re drooling already!

If you like to cook or bake, or, honestly, to just eat, you may have noticed a new food trend lately: We seem to not be happy with the foods we already have. Grapes? Only if I can pretend I’m eating cotton candy. Or how about strawberries? Yeah, those should definitely taste like rosé.

If it sounds like I am complaining, I’m not. Along with combining foods I’m not totally on board with (just give me regular grapes, please!) also comes some intriguing ideas that I am 100% behind. Mainly, that involves desserts.

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Everyone knows cookie dough is the ultimate treat, whether you throw caution to the wind eat it as dough, or actually bake it into warm and gooey chocolate chip cookies. But sometimes, you want your cookie dough to be a bit more, well, dessert-like.

Enter: cookie dough fudge — the latest combination food that is getting made in my kitchen, like, as soon as I’m done writing this.

The recipe comes from Cooking with Karli and as amazing as it sounds, just wait. Not only does it have only 10 ingredients, but it is easy to make and there’s no baking required!

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Along with some staples like sugar, butter, milk, flour, and vanilla, you’ll also need mini chocolate chips, white chocolate chips, and sweetened condensed milk.

Once everything is mixed together and ready to go into the pan, just refrigerate it for two hours and you now have glorious cookie dough fudge. The best part? This recipe is actually safe to eat raw, because there are no eggs.

You can find the full recipe on Cooking with Karli’s blog.

Prefer your fudge more chocolatey and less doughy? Check out this recipe for former First Lady Mamie Eisenhower’s chocolate fudge. With only eight ingredients, it all comes together in just a few minutes.

After boiling the main ingredients into a syrup, just add some others (like chocolate bits, marshmallow cream, and nuts) in a bowl, pour the syrup you already made into the bowl, beat until it’s all melted, and then pour into a pan.

You can slice up the fudge after letting it stand for a few hours, but the recipe says it is better the second day.

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What is your favorite way to eat cookie dough?