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Join me in my kitchen where I’ll be making yummy treats to enjoy with the whole family using Upper Oaks fudge.
With the children being at home, the kitchen is constantly getting raided and cakes are always being baked. For an afternoon of creative fun, Thomas decided to make cookies. With no chocolate chips on hand, we decided to make some fudge cookies. We obviously always have plenty of fudge around!
If you crave large, tender cookies oozing with fudge and white chocolate, then these fudge cookies are just for you. The secret ingredient of vanilla fudge adds an extra depth.
8oz (225g) butter – Make sure the butter is room temperature, this is important to the mixing stage
5oz (140g) caster sugar
1 egg yolk
10 drops of caramel flavouring (optional)
10oz (280g) plain flour
100g vanilla fudge chunks
100g white chocolate chunks
- Cream the butter and sugar together until light and fluffy, this will take a few minutes but is an important step to ensure thick and tender cookies.
- Add the egg with a few drops of caramel flavouring and beat until just combined
- Slowly mix in the dry ingredients and then add the chopped up fudge and white chocolate being careful not to over mix
- Roll the dough into 3 cm balls (because we like big cookies!) then place apart on a greased pan
- Cook on a low heat of 170 (so the fudge and chocolate don’t burn) for 15-20 mins
- Transfer to a cooling tray so they firm up and enjoy!
This is an easy recipe, perfect for cooking and enjoying with or without children!
Now for the best moment of the day: sit, relax and get your moment of joy with a sweet treat.