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Something this delicious should not be so easy!! I don't have a double boiler so melted it in a wide copper-bottom pot. Can't find my coffee bean grinder (??!) so chopped the lavender in my blender. Easy, easy, easy! And incredibly delicious, especially with a nice fresh cuppa...
This is a real delicacy! I didn't want to add any sugar to this in order to taste the bitterness of the chocolate, and since I didn't have any condensed milk, I used Copycat Borden's Sweetened Condensed Milk and omitted the sugar and vanilla. I also chopped the lavender in my blender. I don't recommend using a stick blender to get the fudge really smooth... mine blew up in the process!!!
Freaking amazing! Fudge and lavender are both so relaxing...combine the two in this EASY recipe and you can take a break from all of your troubles. I doubled the lavender (because I really wanted to taste it...and I did).
This fudge is creamy and good the only thing that I would change is chop the lavender flowers small. Finding bits of what you think is grass was not pleasing to the pallet but the flavor is out standing. I combined the Lavender fudge, with Lavender shortbread #100640, Lavender sugar #71901, Lavender jelly #101138 a print out of the recipes and some chamomile tea for a special birthday gift last month. Thank you so much for posting.
This fudge is very good. Creamy and rich. Easy to make and molds well. My oldest son Jason really enjoyed making this with me. We will be making it again I'm sure. Thanks for the great recipe Rita!