Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Fudge

My friend and I were browsing the web when we came across this outrageous fudge recipe. Being a cookie fanatic, she begged me to make this cookie-tasting candy for her; perfect to add to my newly established candy recipe collection! This super sweet cookie dough fudge tastes exactly like my favorite Chocolate Chip Cookies right before baking! (They even have the same vanilla-butterscotch flavor that I love!)  They are a cookie lover’s fantasy come true; you can eat all of the “cookie dough” you like without the worry of unsafe ingredients! This candy treat will certainly fill your sweet tooth with its rich cookie taste and chocolate chip crunch. Enjoy!!!

Recipe: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Fudge 

**NOTE: Feel like mixing it up? Try making this fudge using butterscotch chips, white chocolate chips, nuts, or marshmallows!



69 thoughts on “Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Fudge

    • What is it about the eyes (and touching them) that makes poplee cringe? I’m not disagreeing with you in the least, just simply wondering if it’s because it’s such a vulnerable area?! I feel the same way about fingernails. For some reason I can not watch them being removed!

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      • I’m gonna talk about another sucejbt, but still related with this post, your blog and its content.It could be perceived as provocative but my question is: does it makes sense for a Portuguese, working and living in Portugal, to write its own blog in English? I know what you’ll answer me: English is the PRs pros language and it is what this blog is about. From this point of view it makes sense.But Portuguese is the 4th/5th (depending rankings) most spoken language on internet. This is not just the language of a little country of 10M people. There is more PR blogs written in English than in Portuguese (you would have less competition by writing in Portuguese) and when we look to your blog comments your audience seems to be mainly (almost exclusively) Portuguese (am I wrong?). So I provoke you and ask you, does it makes sense to write your blog in english instead of Portuguese? Why don’t you write it in Portuguese?I guess, write your blog in English is for you an evidence but from my point of view the question could (and should) be asked.

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  4. Oh my gosh!! i could literally live on cookie dough!!! But yes, often i feel very ill after i eat half the batch before actually getting any in the oven!!! Will definitely have to give this a try!!!

  5. Hey 350! Thanks for following me at kickin’ it! This cookie dough fudge looks dangerously delicious. I’ll look forward to what you’ve got going on in your kitchen for sure!–Michelle

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  7. Oh my! They look so yummy!!! I must confess I’ve never eaten a fudge in my life for two reasons: 1. It’s not a traditional recipe in my country; 2. I’ve always thought they’d be too sugary. But yours look so delicious that I must give it a go!

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    • Death is a part of life but nothing relaly prepares you for it. I enjoy being around the elderly and it hurts when their time comes even when I know in my heart they are in a better place.I agree with you on the other two specialties. The videos for eye surgery are pretty eerie and makes me shiver just thinking about it.Simuka

  9. OMG I would love to repost this on my blog … charmingsouth! Would you mind? This brings back such memories for me. Back in high school friends and I would go to a chain restaurant and order their chocolate chip cookie….RAW. This was before everthing was dangerous haha! Looks wonderful and I will definitely be trying.

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  11. Thank you for stopping by my blog and liking:) those chocolate fudge looks delicious absolutely yummy.i will make sure to follow your blog and would kindly appreciate it if you could also follow mines as well take care*_*

  12. Oh wow. These squares of fudge look just like giant hunks of cookie dough (which I’m guessing, is what’s intended, but… wow!) but I bet they taste even better. Definitely trying this!

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  14. The specialist that I would love to have an oupnrtpoity to work with is a Neonatologist. I think that it would be a blessing and a miracle to be able to work with little ones that have to rely on you during their first few weeks of life. Some infants may require extra attention and treatment for various reasons. Being able to show empathy and give support to the families during the process is essential. My daughter was six weeks premature and required extra treatment, so I can understand the feeling that parents have when they can’t leave the hospital with their little miracle. Being able to now be the one to give that support to the families and making them feel as comfortable as they can be knowing that their child is receiving the best care possible is really important to me. New parents may feel overwhelmed and may not know how to do certain things, so being able to assist in showing them how to care for their little one would be an amazing experience.The specialists that I would least want to work with would be an Emergency physician and a Proctologist. Working with an emergency physician, you would never know what you can encounter any given day. I feel that I can handle a lot with respect to blood or anything that could make a person queasy, but I don’t know how I would react if a patient came in with a severed limb or just anything that is extreme and out of the ordinary. As with a Proctologist, I don’t have an interest working with a specialist that deals with disorders of the colon, rectum, and anus. With both of these specialties, it may be because neither are areas that I would explore. I’m sure with proper training you will be more knowledgeable and see the importance and necessity of having a specialist that can provide care for patients that depend on them to make them feel better.At the end of the day though, you have to love what you do no matter which area of interest you choose.

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