Monday, May 3, 2010

Cookie-Dough Fudge

This is a dessert from our own creativity that we've actually made a couple times. :-) It's so good. It's like eating fudge that's frozen. And the great thing about it is, it's healthy. So enjoy with pure and unstained conscience!

Cookie-dough Fudge

for the Peanut Butter layer:

mix together:
1 1/3 cups honey
1 cup soft butter
1 cup peanut butter
2 eggs *
1 tsp vanilla
combine and add to above mixture:
2 ½ cups flour
1 ½ tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
½ tsp salt

mix until thoroughly combined. Set aside.

for the Chocolate layer:

cream together:
1 cup soft butter
1 ½ cups honey
add and mix thoroughly:
3 eggs *
1 tsp vanilla
combine and add to above mixture:
1 cup cocoa
3 ½ cups flour
½ tsp bk powder
1 tsp bk soda
½ tsp salt

mix until thoroughly combined.

In a 9” by 13” pan, put a layer of half the chocolate dough. Spread half of the peanut butter dough over that. Freeze for 20 – 30 minutes, or when firm. When it is, spread the other half of the chocolate over the peanut butter layer and spread the final half the peanut butter dough over that. Freeze until firm... or over night.

It takes a lot of muscle to cut it up. I had to get help. :-)

*if you aren't sure your eggs are completely sanitary and safe to eat, this recipe might not be a good idea. However, raw eggs raised on the farm and pasture are very good for you. I actually prefer to eat them in the uncooked form if I can. :-) See, what did I tell you? This recipe is healthy. ;-)


Anonymous said...

Oh yum! What a great recipe; thanks for sharing! :)

bekah said...

Cute pics! :)

bekah said...

Oh and could you tell Lydia that if she changes the way you leave comments on her blog (so that anonymous people can leave a comment), I would be delighted to oblige! :):):)

Anonymous said...

Looks like Sarah ate it all! =D
I'll have to make this someday; looks good. We have homegrown eggs here on our farm so I think we can safely do it. I'm not much for raw eggs but I've done it before.
Thanks :)

Naomi said...

Paige, thanks for the comment. :)

Bekah... I'll tell her. :D

Sam, what she didn't eat, I did. Lol. :) Actually, we brought it to church potluck and you should have seen it disappear there. It wasn't even funny.

It's funny, when I was a kid, I almost got sick at the thought of eating raw eggs. But now, I actually prefer them raw, if mixed with something like cookie dough or egg nog or something of the sort. :) How we change as the years pass...