Hey! Got leftovers of that cookie dough? (see previous post 😉)
Well, the good news is you can easily transform it into something different. It takes little effort and it has even more chocolate! I’m a choco-holic, so the more chocolate the merrier.
- Leftover GF cookie dough (see last post)
- 1 bag of chocolate chips
- 1tbsp of coconut oil
- Double broiler
Alrighty, it’s pretty simple. Here’s what you gotta do:
Roll about 2tbsp of the cookie dough into balls and set on a tray and place it in the freezer for about 15-20 minutes.
Freezing them helps keep their shape while dipping them in chocolate.
When 20 minutes for the dough balls are almost up, you can start melting the chocolate.
You need to do the *double boiling method to melt the chocolate or else your chocolate will easily scorch.
* If you don’t have an actual double boiler, you can easily create your own using a sauce pan and a larger glass bowl.
Fill the sauce pan almost halfway and set the glass bowl on the sauce pan. (you don’t want the bowl to touch the bottom of the pan, so you need to make sure the bowl is a little larger).
Add about 2 cups of chocolate chips and coconut oil in the bowl (depending the amount of cookie dough you have left, you may need more or less). Turn on the heat and get the water boiling.
Be sure to stir the chocolate as it’s melting.
Once it’s melted, dip the cookie dough in the chocolate and set them on a tray with parchment paper. Let the chocolate harden and enjoy your refurbished cookie dough. 😋
Xoxo Juliana Marie