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Incredibly Simple Fudge

This is so simple, but when you start getting raves about it don't confess how easy it was to make this heavenly treat!

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  • Break the chocolate into pieces and melt together with the milk.
  • This can either be done in the top of a double boiler or in the microwave.
  • Stir until smooth.
  • Add the vanilla and stir again.
  • Spray an 8 x 8 inch pan with vegetable oil spray.
  • Pour in the fudge and smooth over the top.
  • Don't forget to lick the bowl!
  • Chill the the refrigerator for about two hours.
  • Cut into squares.
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"This is so simple, but when you start getting raves about it don't confess how easy it was to make this heavenly treat!"
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  1. julesnotthesparklyk
    I made this fudge for my daughter for the school fayre, sadly i did not have a big enough bar of chocolate and so it did not set properly, just to let you know i then decided it was too tasty to waste, so i put the not quite set fudge in the freezer for a couple of hours went out and bought another bar of chocolate, then melted down the bar of chocolate, took the fudge out of the freezer rolled it into odd shaped balls coated it in melted chocolate then popped on a tray into the fridge and voila out came the most gorgeous tasting chocolate covered fudge truffles! hahaha sent them off to school labelled as such but my daughter and i taste tested one first and they were delicious! (it was rather messy making the balls of not quite hardened fudge though) <br/>I may just use the recipe again and do it wrong again ! would make great chocolates for grandma at christmas ! Thanks
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  2. G-free Su
    I added some chopped almonds and shredded coconut to it and it tastes just like an Almond Joy candy bar! Yummy and easy to make, can't get any better then that.
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  3. dianadouglas_1151
    Need to specify dark chocolate must be sweetened. Used unsweetended dark chocolate and was terrible!! Wasted some good ingredients!!
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  4. BethP
    Just wanted to say how creamy and wonderful this fudge is. I love this for its simplicity and texture. I have made it for Christmas gifts and Birthdays and now will make it again for Mother's Day. Thanks for sharing this recipe!!
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  5. mommybusch
    This fudge is so easy! I use the Hershey's special dark chocolate chips, or the Ghiradelli 60% Bittersweet chips, and both turn out great! I have never had a problem with setting up, and I've made this for 3 years running for Christmas gifts. Just classic, rich, dark chocolate taste. Thanks, Mirj, for sharing such a great, quick recipe!
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