This is mind-blowing fudge! Most fudge is just too sugary for me, but this is dense, rich, ultra-chocolatey and just the right amount of sweetness. Almost reminds me of a truffle. I made a double batch for a 9x9 pan because I wanted it taller, and cut it into very small squares; I also keep it in the fridge because I think the texture and taste is best cold. This is a definite keeper.
Love this! I used 1/2 milk chocolate and 1/2 semisweet chocolate chips. I doubled it and topped it with Christmas sprinkles to go on my cookie tray for Christmas Eve. This couldn't be any easier to make. A wonderful fool proof method for a yummy treat!
Absolutely fabulous!! My first time making fudge and I didn't have to worry about sugar crystals and so forth. I can't stop eating it!! They get better as they age a couple of days! Thank you so much!!!!
We loved this fudge, but it was so rich!! Will make again, Thanks!
fabulous! Everyone loves it. I just made a batch and added crushed candy canes and also sprinkled some on top. Perfect Christmas treat. Thanks :-)
What a great way to make fudge! I do think next time I wuold use 1/2 milk chocolate chios instead of all semi-sweet though. I did melt my chocolate in the microwave and experience the same problem of it lumping up when I added the condensed milk. But again as with the other reviewer, a few times at 30 seconds each in the microwave and stirring after each time, made it satiny somooth again. I would like to try other combinations as well. Maybe Semi sweet chocolate and peanut butter chips....the options are endless!
Wonderful. I've made 4 batches this week alone to pass out. Nice and smooth texture and easy to make.
Really good and couldn't be easier. I made it in the top of a double boiler so I would be sure not to scorch the chocolate. I forgot to add the salt (oops), and I added some chopped unsalted peanuts.
so easy and yummy. And, the best part, not overly sweet like so many fudges can be...this is a keeper
I made this tonight for our cookie trays. It was super easy - couldn't be any easier. I made it in the microwave because I'm lazy like that :) Worked out fine, but I did have to nuke it a few more times to smooth out everything after adding the SC Milk. There were a few lumps at first because the cold milk hardened the melted chocolate. This had a very smooth texture with a rich, rich, rich taste. I may have added too much salt. Next time I'll try measuring it :) Thanks for sharing this Chef Dee. It's a new staple on my holiday production line.