By Lainey6605 on November 12, 2006
Photo by Redsie
Photo by Redsie
"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."
Serving Size: 1 (27 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 36
"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."
"This is a delicious and easy fudge recipe! I used 1 1/2 cups mini marshmallows because that is all I had. Thanks for a great treat! I will put on my Christmas cookie platter this year :)"
"Wonderful fudge. My whole family loved it. They want to know when I am going to make more. Also, cutting it into 36 squares is gives you pieces 1 1/3 inch square pieces, which is perfect. Thanks so much for posting."
"Yum! Very good and easy to make fudge. I didn't use margarine, but butter instead. Not the healthiest choice, but very good. They didn't turn out gritty, which is a very good thing. I don't know how many batches of fudge I've had to throw out because of grittiness. Adopted for Please Review My Recipe tag - Thanks! :)"
"yummy, but definitely more than 2 pts. who the heck is going to cut them into 36 pieces? that's ridiculous! that would be so teeny. if you cut them into normal sized pieces, they are def more than 2 pts. it's only WW if you make it into 36 servings, people. don't be fooled! but hey- it is dang tasty!"
"An excellent recipe. So easy to do and it tastes great!! Made mine with vegetarian marshmallows."
"This is by far the most delicious fudge I've ever tasted. It's also easy to make!. I used the semi-sweetened nestle chocolate chips."
"I've made this fudge for years. I take it to Christmas gatherings so I know I have something there I can eat. I do cut it into 36 pieces and freeze them so I can pop one in my mouth when I have to have a chocolate fix."
"I really LOVED this fudge! It was super easy and super yummy. I added walnuts in mine, and it was great. Portion size is perfect, and the calories/points are well worth it. Thinking of making another batch for Valentines day, and Christmas for sure :)"
"My DD was craving some fudge after the holidays so my tag in PRMR came at just the right time! This is fantastic fudge and so simple to make. I love that I don't have to pull out the candy thermometer or deal with sticky marshmallow cream! This is a smooth and tasty chocolate fudge that keeps it's texture even after a week in the fridge. I did not have large marshmallows so used almost 2 cups of the mini ones. The bonus is that the calories are reduced with this method. I did keep to cutting them into the 36 squares and it is the perfect bite sized tidbit when those chocolate cravings hit you but you don't want to waste your day's caloric intake with one treat. Thanks Lainey for sharing this recipe. Just wonderful!"
"WOW! What a delicious (and EASY) recipe! These came out great and one piece is PLENTY to satisfy my sweet tooth. Thanks for sharing!"
"Very good! I used 8 oz semi-sweet baking chocolate and 4 oz choc. chips. I added some chopped pecans too. This was easy to make and is so good for being lowfat! Thanks!"
"Amazing. This was great fudge! It wasn't grainy, and it set nicely. I subbed out about 2-3 ounces of semisweet chocolate for bittersweet, and it was delish. I will definetly make again. For additives, i refridgerated just under 2 cups marshmallows and folded them in. Wonderful!"
"Pretty good, very sweet (but I guess fudge is). Only regret is forgot to put in some pecans!"
"Excellent fudge. So easy to make too. Would never think this was WW. One small bite satisfies my chocolate craving. Thanks Lainey for a keeper. Made for PRMR"