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How simple is this?This is a great little recipe,that really fits the bill when you need something chocolatey.I used pecans in mine (I seem to have loads of them at the moment!) and it was just great!! I made some for my son's nursery bake sale,and was besieged by mothers and nursery teachers for the recipe.We loved it!! Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders.
Super recipe. A great quick fix for fudge cravings (which Buddha gets often). I used the conventional DB method and left out the nuts. Thanks for a great recipe. :)
Super simple fudge recipe. I left out the nuts because I don't like them in my fudge. This is a sweet and creamy concoction, perfect for a quick chocolate fix or to give away as part of a gift.
This was a very easy fudge recipe....not as creamy as what I prefer, but my son loved it and it was easy and quick! That means we really liked it!
Thank you for an easy and tasty fudge recipe...just what I was looking for:)
This is a good base recipe. I added kosher salt, which really made it pop. Most of my chips were semisweet. As there were not quite enough I added about 15% of the 2 cups 60% cocoa. Then I divided it 5 ways and made almond, coconut, orange/pecan, walnut and peanut variations.
This recipe rocks the fudge lovers world. I have made many recipes including adding a cup of sugar and marshmallow fluff and all that jazz, but in the end I found it too difficult for a quick treat and time in the kitchen is time away from the family.
I have to say this is one of the best recipes I have tried as of late, and I have over 50 recipes...
I didnt have any nuts, but I did add just a touch more vanilla to add flavor (an extra 1/4 tsp) and it really made me the super-hero of fudge. Thank you so much, this is definitely in my recipe box now :)
It was awesomely delicious!
I used a 10 ounce can of condensed milk instead of 9 and it made it a touch creamier.
I found similar recipe from Rachael Ray. I used a whole bag of semi-sweet Chocolate Chips, plus an extra handful, then about 1/3 a bag of butterscotch morsels and at the end stirred in some Heath baking bits. Really delicious. I don't even want to wait until Christmas tomorrow to dig in. Basically, I think you can improvise with this recipe a lot and it will come out fine. Oh and Rachael suggests making it a wreath by using round cake pan (line with parchment) and wrapping milk can with plastic wrap in the center when pouring fudge in. Looks pretty.
I use a recipe similar to this except I use a little over 3 cups of chips. I have made this with all kinds of chips, adding in peanut butter chips, using milk chocolate chips, adding nuts or coconut.. Even have used toffee chips and mint chocolate chips. So easy and not many ingredients so you can experiment with all kind of things. It is always a huge hit.. Maybe using more chips helps it set better. Oh, my recipe also calls for some vanilla.