Re: Need advice, leftover fudge
- From: Lynn from Fargo <lynngiff@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2009 21:57:28 -0800 (PST)
On Jan 5, 8:40 pm, PickyJaz <Picky...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
On Jan 5, 3:58 pm, PickyJaz <Picky...@xxxxxxx> wrote:> To use up the too creamy fudge as well as the leftover crushed nuts,
perhaps I could add the nuts right into the batter for this common
thumbprint cookie, and at the half way mark through baking time
depress the cookie tops to put on a half to 3/4 teaspoon dollup of the
fudge to finish baking? I'm not sure what this fudge may "bake to,"
that's already the consistancy of cool to room-temp butter.
Advice from often cookie bakers is appreciated....
Kathleen, Wayne, thanks for sharing your ice cream sundae idea, but
it's too cold here to even think about ice cream.
Gloria, using it for a cake making could work well, thanks.
In addition to using it for a cake, could my mix the nut crumbles into
a cookie dough, then topping the cookies mid-bake with the fudge
work? I'm sure the nuts-mix-in would, but I'm afraid to bake the
fudge atop them. Help with this part?
It is NEVER too cold for a Hot Fudge Sundae . . . even in North Dakota
(20 below most of last week - without the windchill!)
Lynn in Fargo
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