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Grab your cookie dough & a spoon and dive right in!
For ULTIMATE INDULGENCE allow your dough to come to room temperature (20-30 mins).
Remove dough from the tub & place into microwave safe bowl.
Place the bowl in your microwave and set the timer to 20 seconds at full power.
Remove the bowl from the microwave and devour this gooey dough!
If you would like it super gooey continue to blast it in the microwave in 20 second intervals.
Allow the tub to come to room temperature for 20 minutes to allow it to become easier to handle
Remove the dough from the tub and split into 30g balls (you can make them smaller or larger depending on how big you want your cookies)
Line a baking tray with greaseproof paper and heat your oven to 170c (fan assisted) or 190c
Place the balls of dough on to the tray and flatten to your desired shape & thickness (the dough does not rise or spread so ensure they are exactly how you want them to come out of the oven)
Bake for 8-10 minutes* (all ovens vary so they may need slightly less time)
Remove from the oven and transfer to a wire rack and allow them to cool (they will harden as they cool)
Consume whilst still warm for crispy cookies with a gooey centre, YUM!
*Ensure not to over bake them as this could cause them to go hard