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How to make hot cookie dough like in pizza hut

Hey everyone this is my first step by step ible so please be nice.
This instructable shows you how to make hot cookie dough like the one in pizza hut.
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Step 1: What you need

What you need:

110g of light brown sugar
115g of butter
150g of flour
1 tbs of vanilla extract (or less if you want)
As many chocolate chips as you want.

Step 2: How to make it



Makes about 4 servings (2 pizza hut sized dishes)
1. Mix 110g light brown sugar and 115g butter
2. Add 150g flour, 1 tbs vanilla extract(or less if you wish) and chocolate chips (as many as you want :P)
3. Add 4 - 6 tbs water till 'cookie consistency
4. If you wish it to be hot, cook at 180 - 200 degrees in the oven till slightly brown. 
5. Enjoy!

Step 3: Extra's

You can add chocolate sauce to give it a good taste
 
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Isn't this just an oversized cookie?
timmycutts3 years ago
I have to say, it's really not that great. The whole idea of an instructable is that you can go into a lot of detail with each step, while still having it easy to read and understand. Perhaps, breaking step three up into half a dosen separate steps and going into a little more detail would be a good idea? I also agree with schoochmaroo in that it needs original photos. The whole idea is that you document the process, rather than just showing the item. Like they say, "a picture is worth a thousand words", except, if the picture doesn't relate properly, then it's just a thousand words of nothing. Don't get me wrong, though, it's a good article, but I think, with some... minor adjustments, you could make it into a great (or even really great) article.
harry potter rules (author)  timmycutts3 years ago
thanks for the feed back
Alexvolos13 years ago
Nice Instrucatble!!!
harry potter rules (author)  Alexvolos13 years ago
thanks
harry potter rules (author) 3 years ago
please comment and rate :)
scoochmaroo3 years ago
This could be great with some original photographs. We want to know about your own personal experience with the recipe and how it turns out!