This chocolate treat is quick and easy to make. I don't like to sacrifice taste even when I'm watching my weight. This recipe is perfect for those times when I'm craving chocolate, but I don't want all of the extra calories. Update 9/1/08: Despite what one reviewer states, my posting of this recipe was in no way meant to "fool" you. I do cut mine in 36 pieces. It is perfect for those times when I am craving chocolate. If I can't control my cravings then I just better not make them. Weight Watchers, or any diet, is about portion control and nothing is going to be low-fat or good for you if you eat too much of it.
- Coat an 8x8-inch pan with cooking spray.
- Stir together sugar, evaporated milk and margarine. Bring to a boil in sauce pan, reduce heat to medium-low and cook 3 minutes, stirring constantly.
- Stir in chocolate and marshmallows. Remove from heat and stir until smooth.
- Pour into pan and refrigerate until firm, about two hours. Cut into 36 squares and serve. (Leave fudge in refrigerator or freezer for a firmer consistency).
- If you are following Weight Watchers, this has 3 points per serving.
Wow this was really good fudge. It was very easy to make- just takes a lot of stirring :) but it is well worth it. I liked it so much, I made another batch using Reese's peanut butter chips. These were just as good. I will definately be making this more often! I did use Splenda instead of sugar as I don't buy sugar but followed the rest of the recipe exactly.
I liked this fudge! I've never made fudge and It seemed simple enough, though I may have rushed the process a bit because mine came out a bit grainy but Im sure this is user error and I plan to give it a go again! For the record, I DID cut mine into 36 squares and found them to be the perfect treat size. I froze them in the mini snack size ziplock bags. The whole reason I made these is to satisfy my sweet tooth with a SMALL treat that fits into my WW diet not for a massive dessert gorge :) YUM! Thanks
Awesome rich chocolaty fudge! I brought these to Thanksgiving dinner they were so good - FIL made sure to grab a small plate full before we left!! I used 140 mini-marshmallows (DS's job was to count them) - I also subbed a little bit of splenda in place of some of the sugar and these babies were just right. Perfect texture for fudge! Very easy to make - definitely doesn't taste like weight watchers! I always cut fudge made in an 8x8 pan into 36 pieces (or even smaller!) and one piece was plenty to satisfy, after all this is FUDGE not a brownie!! LOVED IT and its already on my Christmas cookie list.