By Chef Dee on October 27, 2004
Photo by mailbelle
Photo by mailbelle
"This recipe has won first prize 6 times at our local fair.Creamy and quick to make, it is one of our favourites. Takes just 3 ingredients."
Serving Size: 1 (843 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"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."
"I actually used this same recipe for YEARS-even selling the fudge and it has always been a hit. This Thanksgiving my sister in law said she wished she had a fudge recipe...I quietly exited the room-lol! After all these years of people gushing over my fudge I can't just admitt its really sc milk and chocolate chips : )"
"Fudge can't get any easier than this! Rich, creamy and chocolatey! DH has made me promise to make this again!"
"This was indeed very easy and yummy. I stirred in nuts for a change and it still came out perfect! Thanks for making me look like a star!"
"Excellent!!! It was so simple, I was afraid it wouldn't come out right. But this was great. Thanks"
"This is a very fast and easy recipe to have around. I made it with butter toffee walnuts placed on top and they seemed to go down well with my fiancé and some friends at a finger-food buffet I took them to at church, although I think I’d like to try regular choc chips next time. Thanks for the sharing."
"I want to clarify my review. I have been making a fudge like this for years. I use 1/2 choc. chips, 1/2 butterscotch chips, chopped walnuts, 1 can sweetened condensed milk. Combine in double boiler. Put in frig til soft set. In pie pan, form into wreath shape and garnish with half walnuts or whatever you wish. Refrigerate til firm."
"I made a double batch of this fudge to take to our church fellowship dinner. I spread it into a 17" x 11" pan, and placed it in the refrigerator in order for it to set up faster. It was excellent, really soft and creamy! After cutting it into squares, I placed each piece of fudge in a mini baking cup, and topped half of them with a walnut. This sweet treat was so quick to prepare, and so yummy! Thanks, Dee!"
"This is addictive!!!!!!!!!! We love it more than words can say. I think this recipe is just a superb hit and a must have atleast once in a lifetime(if not, you are missing out on something!) :)"