Recipe by Terrie
"This fudge recipe is super creamy and everyone requests it during the holidays. While preparing, be sure that you don't let the mix get hotter than 238 degrees or it gets really dry but still tastes good."
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1 1/2 cups
semisweet chocolate chips
Great fudge! Thanks for including the degrees in the recipe! My fudge never turns out..it is either too soft or too gritty. But this time, it worked! Thanks so much. The kids loved it!
My friend and I attempted this fudge twice since the first time it ended up like a very hard cookie (we think it was the thermometer's inaccurate reading. So we highly recommend checking whether or not the thermometer is accurate before using. If not, using the cold water check method works perfectly.) The second time, however, it turned out alright, but didn't meet our expectations from the positive reviews.
The kids love this!
I use mini-marshmallows to make it easier to melt.
This is a fantastic recipe when made with CREAM, not skim milk. You don't even save 1 whole calorie per piece by going to skim milk, but you destroy the creamy taste of the original recipe. I've made both. This isn't half as good as the original.
It was my first time making fudge and this turned out great! Very soft and rich, people loved it.
I tried doubling the recipe, but even though I used the right amount of marshmallow creme (and some extra mini-marshmallows to boot), the mixture didn't thicken into a solid fudge (I refrigerated overnight even!). I'm sure it would've turned out nicely if I did have more creme on hand though.
While it didn't turn into fudge it did happen to turn into a nice mouse like texture-- and it's still very yummy. I plan on serving it in wine glasses with some whip cream! While I prefer fudge made with condensed milk for its richness, this makes a light and chocolatey treat.
This is terrific fudge!! Easy to make and oh so good. I agree with Tarin about some fudge recipes coming out gritty - this one came out really creamy. Only thing wrong with this fudge is it disappears too fast ... going to have to double the recipe next time!
Thanks for sharing this recipe, Terrie.
Turned out perfect and this was my first time at making any kind of fudge. I didn't have the candy thermometer,so I used one for meat,guessed for the last few degrees and it still rocked! Thanks so much for an easy and super tasty treat!I will be buying the candy thermometer soon.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No Fail Chocolate Fudge
Serving Size: 1/30 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 30
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 42
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