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Most will admit that cookie dough is the best (if only) reason for making cookies, but these incredible cookie dough truffles from The Cookie Dough Lover's Cookbook skip the whole nonsensical baking part.
There's no egg in the batter. Instead, heavy whipping cream helps bind the dough together.
To shape the truffles easier, pop the dough in the freezer to firm it up. Also, try wearing powder-free gloves while rolling the balls to prevent your hands from warming up the dough.
It will be difficult not to scoop up little bite-fuls while making, so plan on doubling the recipe so you can snag some guilt-free.
Sure, an involved recipe that takes hours to prepare is the perfect chance to show off your cooking skills. But there's nothing better than a super simple recipe that yields just as noteworthy results. That's why we're taking a look back at our favorite recipes from the year that are so easy to make, any beginner could master them. Ahead, check out everything from breakfast to dessert recipes and everything in between!
Who wants to eat plain chicken during the height of Winter? Um, no one! Bake like crccooks and stuff chicken with sage and prosciutto for greater depth of flavors.
Sage and prosciutto stuffed chicken with orange-sage vinaigrette is easy enough to make for those busy weeknight dinners, but totally elegant enough to serve on the weekends, too.
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