How To Make Gookie Dough Nachos
Nachos. The delightful little triangle wheat product which goes perfectly with cheese, salsa, sour cream and jalapenos. If you don't like nachos, then you're definitely not human, what is there not to love?! So, we're taking nachos to the next level and introducing loaded Gookie Dough Nachos.
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You will need:
One monster tub of Gookie Dough in a flavour of your choice
(For the marshmallow dip)
150g of mini marshmallows
Two tablespoons of water
(For the salted caramel)
175g of caster sugar
50g of butter
300ml double cream
One teaspoon of salt
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Preheat the oven to 180 degrees and line a baking tray with parchment paper. Flour a surface and take your Gookie Dough and roll it out to the thickness of a pound coin. Trim the edges, so they're straight and cut strips along the dough then make triangle shapes until all of the dough has been used. Space the nachos out on the tray and pop in the oven for 10-12 minutes.
Take your mini marshmallows and place them all in a pan along with the water. Melt them until a liquid/gooey mixture forms. For the salted caramel, melt the sugar in a pan until golden caramel is formed then add the butter and next, the cream. When the caramel starts to bubble, add the salt.
Take your nachos and stack them galore. Drizzle the sauces over, along with some Nutella, and then add some more marshmallows. If you're feeling extra then add some Gookie Dough pieces and sprinkles for a 'funfetti cake batter' feel! *Recipe adapted from UniLad*
Tah-Dah! A twist on the old Mexican classic. Move over salsa, it's time for a lil' salted caramel. Perfect for sharing and dipping. Sassy dessert it served.
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