Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 5 mins

I found this recipe in the newspaper a few years ago. They are super cute and really tasty.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Heat first five ingredients over low heat until melted.
  2. Remove from heat and add the chocolate and vanilla.
  3. Beat until chocolate is melted.
  4. Pour into prepared buttered pan.
  5. Cool at room temperature for 3 to 4 hours.
  6. Using a round cookie cutters, cut the cake into three different sizes.
  7. Stack on top of one another, biggest on bottom.
  8. Sprinkle glazing sugar over the cakes.
  9. These make really cute decorations / desserts.


Most Helpful

I'm not much of a fudge maker but by golly this one came out great - as long as kept in the fridge. Since you didn't specify what size pan I first went for a 9X13 which I soon realized would make the cakes much too thick for a single serving treat so I transferred the fudge to a standard size cookie sheet. I kept the fudge in the fridge overnight and used a set of small biscuit cutters to make my circles, completing six small festive desserts. These were a hit! Were I do this again I'd consider using aspic cutters as these, I think, would be a better size (for us, anyway) Thanks for such a cute idea.

Julie B's Hive February 01, 2010

i followed this recipe exact and i was soo excited to try them but the "fudge" never set i left it out for over 8 hours with no change then i tried to make it again and put it in the fridge and still never set properly. i really wanted this to work out and be as beautiful as your picture but alas i failed

cuteandbublee January 22, 2008

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