Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Fudge Recipe (Gluten-Free, Paleo)

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strong Couch, jump rocks, snowball fights snow, rolling hills and catching fireflies. << - Can you see what's missing here? Yes, cookie dough! I've been reading (and lover) this book on the seven essential skills children need for life lately, but also the skills are not experiences I want my littles to always carry with them. Although sweets are an occasional treat in my house, you can bet that the memory of eating cookie dough is one of them

Unfortunately, the paleo versions if you have made from old favorites ! – this pizza for example – you know that, although the finished recipe can be as satisfying as the original, half the process recipe can be very, uh, different. For example, unlike traditional dough crust it is spreadable my cauliflower before the crispy baked in goodness.

Although we love our favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe , you just have not loved the texture and taste like a child. For this sweet cookie dough, I adapted the basis of my ice cream sandwiches be softer and chewy, while retaining the taste of butter browned makes the recipe. Even my husband hate cookie dough abroad loved, which is saying something. I hope they are successful at home, too!

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Cookie Dough Fudge (gluten, Paleo)

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type of recipe: Desserts

Instructions

  1. Cut into four equal butter and place on a tray light-colored, shallow pieces. Heat pan over medium heat and stir until butter is light brown and smells a bit like hazelnuts. It is important to closely monitor or burnt, but browned butter is what makes this cookie dough fudge is so delicious. See this tutorial if you’re not quite sure what to look for. Allow the butter to cool before moving to the next step or chocolate chips can melt a bit. You can put it in the fridge if you’re in a hurry.
  2. Add the almond flour, cashew butter, maple syrup, vanilla, butter browned and sea salt to a food processor and mix well. If you do not have a food processor, add all dry ingredients in a bowl and mix, then add wet ingredients and mix again. I prefer the food processor because the dough is a little softer.
  3. Add chocolate chips by hand. This step takes a little effort. Press the dough into a loaf pan lined with parchment paper and freeze for at least 5 hours. Cut into pieces before serving.

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