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 feel of satiety, so I do not end up eating the entire tray of fudge!!!) 2 cups of melted semi-sweet chocolate chip. I replaced the 2 cups of sugar with semi-sweet chocolate chips. It gave the fudge more of a 'chocolatey' tase, 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 did not use any pecans. I did not have any at home. The fudge was divine, and I only ate 4 pieces, instead of the whole tray, because of made it with the Extra Virgin Coconut oi, instead of melted butter. I added a frosting topping for daughter. She likes icing on her fudge and brownies. PS. Make sure to cook fudge at 275 degrees, because coconut oil burns at a high temperature! I let it bake for 35mins, and I removed it from the oven. What a treat. You will love it like this if you 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...