By ThinOne on October 28, 2006
Photo by Lori Mama
Photo by Lori Mama
"A deliciously tempting, easy dark chocolate fudge recipe that can easily be made into truffles as well. Be sure to use SWEETENED CONDENSED MILK ONLY or this recipe will not set up. This is a recipe that was tested in a test kitchen before being published by Good Housekeeping magazine. I have been using it since 1990 without fail."
Serving Size: 1 (15 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 48
"The fudge is delish, however the instructions need tweaking! I followed the recipe exactly, and now I have a wonderful pan of fudge...that I can't get out of the glass dish! When making this, put your ingredients into a microwave safe glass container, like a bowl, follow the directions, then pour into an 8x8 BUTTERED glass dish. Otherwise you end up with a nice pan of fudge that won't come out of the pan! I cooked mine for 3 minutes in an 1100 watt microwave, and it was setting up before I got it into the refrigerator. Like I said, a wonderful recipe...just don't do it all in the 8X8 pan!"
"Excellent recipe! I added 4 tsp. of raspberry extract, because my husband really loves choc/raspberry flavors together. :)"
"OK- adding another star because people are flipping out over these yummy truffles. :) This is REALLY easy. REALLY REALLY easy and tastes like a lot more effort than it really is. I am hoping my book club enjoys them. They look good and taste good to me. I'll probably experiment with this using some of the new chip varieties out there. Thanks for sharing! "
"I have been making fudge like this for a while now. I switch the type of chocolate sometimes I use milk chocolate chips or dark chocolate. it just depends on the mood I'm in. I have found that I need to keep it refrigerated or it gets soft. I love fudge made like this."
"Excellent fudge considering the ease and cost of ingredients!!! Making this year tomgive out as our school office gifts. We are giving to 24 people and 4 batches will do it! cutting by the 1/4 lb and putting in bags into cute little Xmas boxes. Thanks for this easy recipe that my entire family loved when I tried it before deciding to use it for little gifts!"
"sry this recipe i forgot about. i dont know if it was me or what but this recipe turned out like frosting it made bad fudge but i used the fudge for frosting on top of double chocolate oreo cookie"
"I'm not exactly sure what I did wrong, but these took about two days to set... but it could just be that I misunderstood the directions. I left them in the fridge for two days, then when I thought they were never going to set I took them out with the intention of throwing them away. I came back a couple of hours later and they had set. I was then able to roll them in to balls and in cocoa and make delicious truffles. I'll try them again at some point as MAKING them was exceptionally easy and they were really tasty. Just have to figure out how to get them to set properly! Thanks for a lovely, versatile and tasty recipe!"
"This was super easy for my 12 year old grand-daughter to do. This is defnitely a keeper."
"So easy to make and yummy. I bought some tiny candy papers at the Dollar Store and turned them into truffles by rolling some into sifted cocoa and some into finely chopped nuts. Also bought a pretty box at the dollar store, separated each layer of truffles with parchment paper, and gave them as a gift to a candy loving friend."
"i liked it"