This fudge tastes like eating cookie dough right out of the package

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Sneaking a few bites of chocolate chip cookie dough is routine practice when baking chocolate chip cookies. Some people even buy containers of premade cookie dough and enjoy it raw as a treat. Cookie dough is one of those guilty pleasures we love to eat even though it may not be the healthiest. Besides being full of sugar, the dough usually also has raw eggs in it which are not the best to consume. Raw eggs can carry salmonella bacteria, and if you are eating foods with raw eggs in them like raw cookie dough, you will increase your risk of getting salmonella poisoning. If you get an infection from the salmonella, you could experience nausea, fever, vomiting, stomach cramps, diarrhoea and headaches. Not everyone who eats raw eggs will become sick though. Usually, people who have compromised immune systems are more at risk for getting food poisoning. The best way to prevent food poisoning from eggs is not to eat them raw or undercooked. So the bad news is you shouldn't be eating raw cookie dough with raw eggs in it. The good news is there are other dessert recipes that make cookie dough edible and safe for us to eat uncooked like this recipe for fudge candy.

This recipe tastes just like cookie dough before you bake it, so you can have your cookie dough without worrying about getting sick. Fudge is also a very popular dessert recipe, and it's super easy to make. Fudge is said to be an American invention and people say that it was the result of some fudged caramels, which is why we now call it fudge. In 1886 a grocery store in Baltimore sold fudge for only 40 cents a pound. which was the first time ever that fudge was sold. Emelyn Battersby Hartridge got the recipe for fudge from a friend and she made some for a Vassar College Senior Auction and the recipe for fudge candy was popular ever since. Now there are hundreds of different types and flavours of fudge including this chocolate chip cookie dough fudge recipe. One of the more popular fudge recipes is for a chocolate fudge recipe, but now there are flavours beyond chocolate like pumpkin pie fudge and butterscotch fudge. There are even easy fudge recipe you can make that only require three or four ingredients. But for the classic, rich fudge recipe you'll need to make it with more ingredients than that. This fudge recipe even has flour in it to make it more like a regular cookie dough but other than that it has the condensed milk like regular fudge recipes have.

All you'll need to make this recipe is 1 stick of softened butter, white sugar, vanilla extract, all-purpose flour, salt, mini chocolate chips, a can sweetened condensed milk and some melted white chocolate. This recipe doesn't take long to make, but it does require some time to set so plan ahead if you need it for a specific event. All you do is grease up an 8-inch square pan and line it with some parchment paper so that the fudge will easily slide out of the pan once it's done. Use a handheld electric mixer to beat the butter, sugar, and vanilla, then add in the flour and salt. Once all of those ingredients are combined stir in the chocolate chips with a spoon. In another bowl mix the sweetened condensed milk and the melted white chocolate and then mix with the cookie dough mixture. Pour it into the prepared pan and allow it to set in the fridge for around 2 hours.***

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