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OMG!! This was awesome! I USED HERSHEY Dark chocolate chips and Pillsbury Cream Cheese Frosting. I heated the frosting for a few seconds - the best fudge ever. I am thinking of adding a cup of drained chopped marachino cherries next time. My family raved!
I have made this with butterscotch chips and vanilla frosting. I had to put the pan in the freezer to cool quickly, as per my husband. After it was cooled, than pan lasted about 5 hours with only me getting 2 pieces and my husband and step son eating the rest of the entire pan. I have also made it with half semi sweet chocolate chips and half peanut butter chips. VERY GOOD! White frosting and peanut butter chips turned out really well too but they keep asking me to make the butterscotch fudge.
Very tasty, and so easy that my 10 year old son actually made this! We used a tub of Betty Crocker Vanilla Frosting, and a combination of milk chocolate melts and dark chocolate melts. [Made for PRMR]
I used dark chocolate, and dark chocolate fudge icing, then added mint extract and crushed candy canes on top. For me it's not the smooth fudge I was expecting, it came out more like a chocolate bar, probably because dark chocolate doesn't work so well for this. But considering it was super quick--I love the idea. And I'll have to try this again with semi sweet.
I used Phillsbury vanilla frosting. It is VERY sweet! and the set time is closer to one hour. the kids will love them.
well the texture is not bad at all but soooo sweet, you need a definate sweet tooth for this fudge, I used semi-sweet chocolate chips, also a longer refrigeration time to set properly, thanks Nyte!...Kitten