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One of my co-workers practically swooned when she tasted this as she has sorely missed fudge since going gluten/dairy free. It was also a big hit with those without dietary restrictions! I used a Ghirardelli 70% cacao bar for the chocolate as it does not have dairy either and was easier to find than the dairy-free chocolate chips. Thank you Laurie150 for such a great recipe. I like the way you spell your name too! :) Laurie
I call this the magic fudge recipe - it is the coolest thing to watch the bowl of sugar/choclate turn into fudge before your eyes. The taste is amazing - only thing is the first time I doubled the chocolate chips by mistake, and it was perfect, this time I followed recipe to a T and it is a bit soft - I suggest 1 cup of Enjoy Life Chocolate chips for a seriously fabulous fudge that is better than any I have made using non vegan ingredients - soft rich and delishious, my kids and I are HOOKED!! Thanks for this recipe <3
This tasted identical to regular fudge, yes it's softer than regular fudge but I am going experiment more to get the firmer texture. My allergic family member was so grateful for this along with the GF/DF peanut brittle I made for him for Christmas. THANKS FOR POSTING!
I am also going with 4 stars. While the flavor is awesome, it kindof melts away if out at room temp for a bit of time.
This made a very tasty fudge. Mine was pretty soft and we ended up eating it with a spoon, but who cares, it was delicious.
This was so good! I made some to send to my aunt for Christmas and she was so blessed to actually be able to eat some fudge. Thanks!
Only one word to describe this...mmmmmmmmm..... I used vanilla extract and added some marshmallows and walnuts to make a Rocky Road fudge. It was fantastic.
This is awesome! I just made a batch and added peppermint extract. Tastes like a peppermint patty! It's super smooth & creamy. Thanks for the recipe!