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This was good, but I didn't care too much for the cinnamon. I would omit that if I made it again! Potzi
Good fudge, everyone that tried it really liked it, i will definately be making more of this. thanks for the recipe
I found this recipe in Taste of Home in 1999, and it's a fantastic fudge recipe. Even from the first time I made it, I got rave reviews and everyone wanted the recipe. You just can't mess this one up, and the flavors are excellent. Thank you for posting this!
Oh this is very good and easy to make. I love when I can actually make fudge that doesn't turn out all gritty. I used Snickerdoodle flavored coffee, so some of the flavor came through in the fudge. Even more cinnamon is a good thing. I put half of the batch in the freezer for later ;) and half of the batch went on my Christmas trays. I may just have to set up a booth at our church's Ladies Brunch next year to sell this! Made and Reviewed for Please Review My Recipe Tag - Thanks! :)
This is a really lovely fudge, I used almonds for the nuts and put a really thin layer of white choc and flaked almonds on top and it looked as good as it tasted! Another keeper. di :)
This is excellent. We called it mocha pecan fudge and I sent it to work with my husband for a holiday party (keeping some at home for me!). The coffee taste is subtle but really lovely. And the ease with which this can be made is wonderful. Thanks for a great one!
I knew this would be a 5 star rating even b/f sampling. I have never had coffee fudge and them to combine it w/cinnamon gives it a truly unique taste. I think the cinnamon takes away from the strong coffee taste you would have otherwise. I'm glad I stumbled upon this one~
I truly loved this. There are many reasons why this is perfect. I have come to find out that many great recipes can be made in the microwave. No more just heating warmed milk or hot tea for me. I made this last night before going to bed, so Dennis could take them to work with him this morning for a office lunch party. By 12:00pm all the fudge was gone, people kept nibbling away apparently all morning. I did however, use walnuts instead of pecans, because these were the only nuts we had. I had to microwave a bit longer the 1 1/2 minutes, (more like 2 1/2) but other then that this worked out perfectly. Thank you so much, lucid...will be making this quite often.
this is the worst fudge i have ever tasted. Defiantly did not turn out how it looks in the photo. Too squishy.
I got this same recipe out of a Taste of Home magazine - and it makes my list of things to make every year for gifts. It's fabulous!