28 Reviews

This is about as easy as fudge-making gets! No candy thermometers required. The only thing I've found about this fudge is it tends to get a little soft if left at room temperature, but only if you leave it out for a long time.

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Claire #3 December 14, 2002

This fudge was foolproof. It was so quick and easy to make, there was minimal cleanup and (best of all!) my guests couldn't get enough of it. So rich and chocolatey! I will definetely use this recipe again. Thanks!

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starrynight March 27, 2003

This recipe is a must for the holidays...I will be making it every Christmas! It's really yummy with chopped walnuts. People couldn't believe it only took me 3 minutes to make..they all wanted the recipe. The only problem with it is that I can't stop eating it!

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Sally Kush December 26, 2002

Lennie, you are awesome! This recipe was so quick and easy and the fudge tasted like my mom's -- except she slaves over a hot stove! (I think her ingredients are basically the same, but she just doesn't use her microwave much.) I am going to be making fudge all the time now!

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abcdefg December 20, 2002

I am framing this recipe and hanging it in my kitchen!! What a quick and easy way to get my chocolate fix. This fudge had a great flavor and a nice consistency. The only recommendation I would make would be to warm the condensed milk before stirring it in with the chocolate. The room temp. milk seemed to cool the chocolate too quickly and I had a hard time mixing in the other ingredients. I can't wait to try this with other chip flavors. Thanks for sharing!!

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Krich June 05, 2003

Excellent fudge. I took the other reviewers suggestion and heated the milk prior to blending which worked great! I made 5 batches for giveaways at our family Xmas dinner. The only negative is that the pieces gift quite soft at room temperature so it serves better to keep them chilled.

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Laura Myers January 02, 2008

This was so easy to throw together and so good! I've never made a batch of fudge that took less than 5 minutes to prepare before. I made no changes to the recipe and it turned out perfect. Thanks for a great recipe, Lennie, I will definitely be using this one again!

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~cbw~ December 22, 2003

Really great stuff! I used a little less than 2 cups Ghirardelli 60% choco chips and a little more than 1 cup milk chocolate. I think it came out a little too chocolatey - next time I'll use mostly milk choc mixed with the 60% chips.

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Apostolic December 23, 2009

Very easy and delicious. I didn't have it in me to bake a lot of Christmas cookies this year (we just moved), but the family was happy with this! My favorite batch was made with milk chocolate chips with red and green swirled chips pressed on the top -- very festive, yet very easy -- THANK YOU

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beasles January 02, 2008

Love this fudge! Since I bought way too many swirled chocolate chips at Christmas, I overdid it and made 3 batches (had to use up those chocolate chips!)... Chocolate Caramel, Chocolate Peanut Butter, and White Chocolate & Peppermint. Definitely agree with the poster who suggested warming the sweetened condensed milk before adding it to the melted chocolate. I nuked the milk for about 30 seconds before adding it, and that batch had a great texture. Fudge was wonderful, creamy and rich. My favorite batch was made with Chocolate & Peanut Butter Swirl Chips.

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Ruby Toozday March 15, 2007
Easy Microwave Fudge