I made some alterations to this recipe. 1 cup of unsweetened cocoa powder, instead of 1/2 of a cup. 1 cup of melted Nutiva Extra Virgin Coconut Oil (It promotes weight loss, and a feeling of satiety, so I do not end up eating the entire pan of fudge!!!) 2 cups of melted semi-sweet chocolate chips. I replaced the 2 cups of sugar with the semi-sweet chocolate chips. It gave the fudge more of a 'chocolatey' taste, because I love chocolate! I put the coconut oil and the semi-sweet chocolate chips together in a bowl and melted it, and I let it cool for about 15mins. before adding it to my dry ingredients. I tried another recipe very similar to this one listed under baked fudge. The recipe called for pecans, but I used walnuts instead for this fudge. That is what I eventually found in my kitchen cupboard. The fudge was divine. I ate 3 large pieces of the fudge, instead of the entire pan, because it was made with the Extra Virgin Coconut oil, instead of the melted butter. PS. Make sure you cook the fudge at 275 degrees, because coconut oil burns at a high temperature! I let the fudge bake for 35mins, and I removed it from the the oven. Absolutely divine!!! You will love the fudge like this if you are a chocolate lover!!!
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I made some alterations to this recipe. 1 cup of unsweetened cocoa powder, instead of 1/2 of...