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Hi Saturn: This is fabulous fudge! I make it even lower calorie by using unsweetened chocolate. Still very rich. I also often add 1 tsp espresso powder to the recipe to make it even richer. If I don't want to eat the whole tray myself, I make it for 1 as follows: 1 square unsweetened chocolate 2 T sweetened condensed milk 1/8 tsp espresso powder 1/2 tsp vanilla 1 T water Melt chocolate in micro; stir in milk and rest of ingr. Then add: 1/4 C nuts (I like walnuts) spread into small pan and let cool cut into squares Thanks Judy in WA

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godbreathed01 January 03, 2010

super easy & super yummy. I stored some in the fridge & some at room temperature (both in air-tight containers), the room temperature ones seemed to "dry out" overnight. I'd suggest storing them in the fridge.

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um-um-good February 17, 2009

The only problems I have with recipe is that it is very sticky because of the Vanilla, but you have to add that, it makes all the difference, and this doesn't last more then 3 hours....tops!! You can vary it with mint, broken graham crackers, riced krispies,coconut even toasted is good. This is the best and I don't like fudge...... NOT to sweet, just rich and YUMMY!!

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coni208 January 03, 2009

I have made it twice now,it is absolutely great.Have not tried the variations though.But simply great.We all loved it.so quick and easy to make too!

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sweetybaby March 29, 2007

This is so easy, I love it. I added part of a package of left over marshmallows, they swirled throughout, giving the fudge an attractive marbled look.

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Liz;) March 02, 2007

This really is flawless. I added pecans and coconut and it came out perfect. I halved the recipe as I only had 1 package of semi-sweet baking squares. I used a foil lined meatloaf pan. Caution when changing the number of servings to 2 dozen in US measurements, the sweetend condensed milk does not calculate, use only 3/4 cup, not the 1 1/3 cup stated. Thanks for posting Lou, I had to slap Mark's hand twice before I could take a picture of the fudge! Nick's Mom Brenda

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Brenda. August 12, 2006

This is my one and only fudge recipe. It is absolutely impossible to mess up this fudge. I love it.

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Chef 167408 March 07, 2006

My kids loved this. I omitted the nuts and did the peanut butter version. I love peanut butter. The only problem I had was the recipe does not state when to add condensed milk. I would probably make again next year at the holidays.

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LMillerRN January 24, 2006
Baker's Fabulously Flawless Fudge