Fudge cookie

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A fudge cookie is a cookie that is prepared with fudge or that has the flavor, consistency or texture of fudge. Chocolate fudge cookies are a variety, along with other fudge flavors, such as peanut butter fudge.[1][2]

Typical ingredients include flour, chocolate, unsweetened cocoa, sugar, vegetable oil, margarine or shortening, vanilla, salt and baking soda.[3][4] Additional ingredients may include nuts, such as almonds and cashews, and carob.[5] Some varieties are dusted with powdered sugar after being baked and cooled.[3] Quick-preparation varieties may use cake mix and chocolate chips.[2][6][7][8] Additional varieties include fudge thumbprint and fudge sandwich cookies.[8] Vegan versions of fudge cookies exist.[9] Some varieties are prepared with rolled oats or breakfast cereal and boiled, rather than baked.[10]

Commercial brands[edit]

Several commercial brands of fudge cookies are produced, including those made by Keebler which manufactures E.L. Fudge Cookies, Nabisco which manufactures Fudgee-O Cookies and Stella D'oro.[11]

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