Chocolate Fudge Cookies Recipe Demonstration – Joyofbaking.com

Chocolate Fudge Cookies Recipe Demonstration - Joyofbaking.com

Recipe here: www.joyofbaking.com Stephanie Jaworski of Joyofbaking.com demonstrates how to make Chocolate Fudge Cookies. Chocolate Fudge Cookies, also called Chocolate Rads, are hard to describe as they seem to be a cross between a chocolate cookie and a chocolate torte. They are instantly recognizable by their shiny and cracked bumpy surface. When you break one open, you will find that the inside is wonderfully soft and fudgy with an intense chocolate flavor. The chocolate flavor comes from adding a whooping one pound (450 grams) of melted dark chocolate to the batter. The chocolate lover is in for a real treat with this cookie. We welcome comments on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Betty's Chewy Chocolate Drop Cookies

In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make Chewy Chocolate Drop Cookies. These are conveniently made with a cake mix and just a few other ingredients. They look yummy and taste great! Ingredients: ½ cup butter 18.25-oz. chocolate cake mix (I used a Dark Chocolate Fudge cake mix.) 2 eggs, well-beaten 1 tablespoon water ½ cup confectioner’s sugar, placed in a shallow bowl cooking oil spray In a large mixing bowl, use a pastry blender (or fork) to blend ½ cup butter and an 18.25-oz. package of chocolate cake mix, until the mixture is crumbly. Add 2 well-beaten eggs and 1 tablespoon water and stir until smooth. Let mixture rest 5 minutes. Use a spoon to get enough of the mixture out to form a 1-inch ball. Drop the mixture into the shallow bowl of confectioner’s sugar. Use your hands to roll the mixture into a ball, coating it with confectioner’s sugar. Place the coated chocolate ball in a baking pan that has been sprayed with cooking oil spray. Continue until all chocolate mixture has been made into coated chocolate drops. Bake at 375 degrees (F) for 10 minutes. Cool 1 minute in pan. Remove to wire rack and cool completely. These cookies will flatten during the baking process, and they will show a dusting of confectioner’s sugar on top of the chocolate cookie. These are tremendously quick and easy to make, and they look beautiful and taste wonderful! I hope you enjoy this recipe! –Betty 
Video Rating: 4 / 5

  1. fushia22 says:

    Can we freeze the batter in the fridge and make some later?

  2. Raison102106 says:

    Hello Stephanie I really love your videos and your soft voice totally makes everything perfect! Keep on posting videos and we really appreciate it. From the Philippines. Thank you!

  3. LuckyME199925 says:

    Thanks for replying, Betty! I will now go make these!

  4. bettyskitchen says:

    The sugar is not necessary; just bake them as is.
    –Betty :) 

  5. LuckyME199925 says:

    Hi Betty! Do you have to coat the cookies in icing sugar or can you just bake them as is? Thanks!

  6. LuckyME199925 says:

    Hi Betty! Do you have to coat the cookies in sugar or can you just bake them as is? Thanks!

  7. Arzilla0304 says:

    Ohhhhhh.Thanks:D

  8. bettyskitchen says:

    Confectioner’s sugar is the same as powdered sugar or icing sugar. If you don’t have that, you can put granulated sugar in a blender and blend until it becomes powdered sugar.
    –Betty :)

  9. Arzilla0304 says:

    Hey Betty,other than the confectionary sugar what else can we use? (:

  10. bettyskitchen says:

    No, I don’t have a recipe for cookies that uses a brownie mix. I will look for one.
    –Betty  :)

  11. purpleshammrock says:

    I made this for work and it was gone in a few minutes. Do you have a recipe to make cookies that uses a brownie mix?

  12. ClaireGoGoGo says:

    Dear Betty, I’m making these cookies for my sick friend tomorrow, very excited! Thanks so much for the recipe, wish me luck! <3

  13. bettyskitchen says:

    Thanks for your wonderful feedback! I really appreciate it!
    –Betty  :)

  14. modernkitten says:

    Dearest Betty, This cookies were a great success!! They stayed moist for 2 days (that’s as long as I could resist). My boyfriend and I made them for a dinner party we threw. They were easy enough for him to make and everyone loved them! Thanks for the recipe. From the Netherlands.

  15. bettyskitchen says:

    I hope you enjoy them!
    –Betty  :)

  16. 1085raggmopp says:

    My home ec teacher made these with Hershey hugs the kiss with white and milk chocolate and they were so good and my mama told me to make some so these will be made soon

  17. bettyskitchen says:

    The dough will stick to your hands; you just have to spoon it quickly into the confectioner’s sugar and roll it around to be able to work with it at all.
    –Betty :)

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