Easy Chocolate Cinnamon Fudge

Easy Chocolate Cinnamon Fudge created by mailbelle

Yummy! No bake and much lower fat than most fudge!

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  • Line a 8-inch square baking pan with foil, allowing it to extend over sides; butter the foil.
  • In bowl, mix sugar, cocoa and the cinnamon.
  • In saucepan, heat butter and milk until butter melts.
  • Add vanilla extract and combine with sugar mixture.
  • Stir in the nuts.
  • Pour into pan, chilling at least 1 hour.
  • Use the foil to lift out of pan, then cut into squares.
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  1. suzlucksaz
    This fudge recipe was way too sweet for me the first time I made it and I could not taste the cinnamon, which I love. And, since this recipe is made with powdered sugar, I thought the amount of vanilla was too much, plus no salt to balance the sweetness, but with a few alterations, it is now my favorite fudge recipe. So, my version is: 1 1/2 tsp. cinnamon, 1/4 tsp. salt and only 1/2 tsp of vanilla. I also roasted the walnuts in the oven for 6 minutes at 375. Lastly, be sure to blend all the dry ingredients with a whisk before adding the wet ingredients. My family loves it too.
  2. Geniale Genie
    I mocha-nized this recipe by substituting cold coffee for the milk. I used cashews for my nuts because that's what I had on hand. Instead of melting the milk and butter on the stove top, I simply nuked it in the microwave for 1 min. Only difference for next time (yes, there will be a next time) will be to increase the amount of cinnamon and replace the vanilla extract with coffee extract (I didn't have any for this time), just to kick up the flavour. Hazelnuts would also be unbelievably good in this recipe. I can't believe how easy this recipe is!!! As for the taste, I just put it in the fridge, but even warm it's very yummy (reminds me of frosting).
  3. Geniale Genie
    I mocha-nized this recipe by substituting cold coffee for the milk. I used cashews for my nuts because that's what I had on hand. Instead of melting the milk and butter on the stove top, I simply nuked it in the microwave for 1 min. Only difference for next time (yes, there will be a next time) will be to increase the amount of cinnamon and replace the vanilla extract with coffee extract (I didn't have any for this time), just to kick up the flavour. Hazelnuts would also be unbelievably good in this recipe. I can't believe how easy this recipe is!!! As for the taste, I just put it in the fridge, but even warm it's very yummy (reminds me of frosting).
  4. sweet73twinkletoes
    oh my gosh, i couldnt believe how easy this is too make and how fast it is, i added other flavors to get different flavors and i got all kinds of comments for christmas, sad thing is we ran out, i guess that a good thing! I wont do any of kind of fudge EVER, my four yr old can make it its that easy! LaGrande,Or
  5. mailbelle
    Love the little kick from the cinnamon! I made 8 different types of fudge this Christmas and DH declared this was one of the top 3. It was great with chopped pecans and I bet it would also be good with almonds or cashews.
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