Wow! This was a big hit at a holiday party we attended this weekend. I followed directions but altered a couple of things. For the bottom layer, I substituted 2 cups of Girardelli milk chocolate chips for the semi-sweet, and then added 1 cup Girardelli (when the main focus of a dessert is chocolate, I prefer to use a higher quality) semi-sweet and then the white chocolate as directed. For the top, I used only (girardelli) dark chocolate chips to give the layers a distinct color difference. Lastly, I used Kahlua in the top layer rather than the Irish cream, just do to the fact I think they are good flavors together in drinks. :) You could definitely taste the Irish cream, but if you couldn't, why choose this specific recipe for fudge? Oh, and I used the 9x13 pan, but I did increase the top dark chocolate layer a bit so the fudge was still thick as I agree it should be. The end result was a wonderful creamy fudge that people raved about. It's going to the next holiday party this coming weekend! Thanks for the recipe!
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Wow! This was a big hit at a holiday party we attended this weekend. I followed directions but...