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Chocolate Chip Cookie Fudge Recipe

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I urge you to make this Chocolate Chip Cookie Fudge Recipe! It’s going to be the best cookie dough fudge recipe that you’ll make, ever! Perfect for holiday fun and an easy way to feel like you’re enjoying raw cookie dough without the worry of it actually making you ill! Make sure to check out all my Easy Fudge Recipes for even more sweet treats!

Once you cut this chocolate chip cookie dough you’ll be enjoying bite after bite of creamy fudge! Easy and delicious!

I love getting that chocolate chip cookie dough fudge flavor without worrying if it’s safe to eat. Once it’s made and cut into squares, it’s a grab-and-go dessert that everyone will love!

The added sweetened condensed milk makes the perfect sweet and creamy texture and taste for this fudge recipe! Combined with the white chocolate chips and mini chocolate chips, it’s loaded with tons of chocolate flavor!

Since you’re using raw flour, you do have to follow the steps below for heat-treating flour! Make sure that you get the kids to join in on the fun of making this fudge recipe as well! Great for family traditions in the kitchen.

My boys are fudge hounds. They can sniff it out a mile away when I make it and waste no time in eating the entire pan. I always have to sneak myself a piece or two for later just to be sure that I get some!

What is the best way to eat fudge?

I think that when fudge is at room temperature, it has more flavor. It also tends to have that creamy texture that melts in your mouth, too.

If you want to eat it chilled, just pop it in the fridge and enjoy that way as well.

Specialty Ingredients:

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Reminder, not all ingredients in the Chocolate Fudge Recipe are linked above, just the ones that may be a bit difficult to find or that you might be unsure of what to look for

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Make it a Meal:

Meal planning is such a great way to get ahead of the stresses of thinking about what to make for lunch or dinner. If you’ve been on the fence, now is the time! Below is just a small sampling of what you can plan out with just a few minutes of time.

Main Dish: Hearty Ground Beef Casserole Recipes

Vegetable Side: Recipe: Roasted Spring Vegetables

Starch Side: Oven Sweet Potato Steak Fries Recipe

Refreshing Drink: Fast and Easy Toxic Waste Mocktail Recipe

Best Fudge Recipes:

Once you make this Easy Cookie Fudge Recipe, why stop? Below you’ll find some of my other favorite fudge recipes that are loaded with amazing flavor and taste! All of these fudge recipes are different in flavor but all delicious, too!

Try this Super Sweet Reese Cup Fudge Recipe! Seriously – so good!

I love making this Perfectly Sweet Pink Cherry Fudge Recipe when I’m craving something fun.

There’s a reason that this Peppermint Oreo Fudge is one of my favorites!

Looking for something fun? Check out this Hot Fudge recipe!

You’re going to love the flavor of these Crazy Good Peppermint Fudge Filled Cookies!

My boys love when this Easy Gingerbread Fudge Recipe shows up on the counter!

I make this Easter Egg Fudge Recipe for Easter every single year.

Can you freeze fudge?

Absolutely! If you can’t eat it all right away or want to save some fudge safely for later, pop it in an airtight container and put it in the freezer. It actually unthaws quickly too making it the perfect treat.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Fudge Recipe

Chocolate Chip Cookie Fudge Recipe

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Additional Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 20 minutes

This simple fudge recipe is a fast and easy dessert!


  • ½ cup softened butter
  • ¾ cup of sugar
  • 1 tsp of vanilla extract
  • 1 cup of heated flour
  • 1 tsp of salt
  • 1 ¼ cup mini chocolate chips
  • 1 (14 ounce) can of sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 (12 ounce) package of white chocolate chip morsels


Spray an 8-inch casserole pan with cooking spray. Add parchment paper and then spray that with cooking spray, too.

Put the flour in a microwave-safe bowl and heat for 1 minute. The flour needs to reach 165 degrees.

In a different bowl, mix the sugar, butter, and vanilla until smooth.

Add in the flour and the salt and beat.

Stir in 1 cup of the mini chocolate chips.

In a different microwave-safe bowl, melt the white chocolate chips on high. Stirring after the first 30 seconds and then repeating the stirring process after 10 seconds. Don't overheat!!

Add in the condensed milk to the white chocolate and stir. If the chocolate cools down, microwave again for 14 seconds or so to stir and mix.

Add the condensed milk and melted chocolate mixture to the cookie dough mix.

Put the mixture into the pan.

Sprinkle the mini chocolate chips on top and gently press them in.

Put the fudge in the fridge for around 2 hours.

Take the fudge out and lift it out of the pan with the edges of the parchment paper.

You can use a knife to slice - heat it under hot water and wipe it dry. This will help to make nice and smooth cuts of fudge. You may need to reheat and dry between cuts.

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