I made this last Christmas after spending a couple of days making truffles that would not stiffen... (So much for wasting food).
I loved it since it is an easy recipe, which does not take much time or money.
A couple of comments to some of the other reviews. Some people said theirs turned out like a chocolate bar. Mine didn't, however, when I made it a second time and had it in the fridge for a while it was rather hard and almost like a chocolate bar. Letting it sit out for a bit made it smooth and easy to cut again.
Regarding the fudge tasting like chocolate morsles: Since I am sitting here in Europe (Germany to be exact) I did not use Chocolate morsles as you can't get them. American chocolate has in general a lot more wax in it - a reason why I don't care much for it... Anyway, if you want good fudge use good chocolate. Any German, Swiss or Belgian chocolate may cost more, but it will make your fudge taste better (and you don't have to go for Lindt - Ritter Sport will do).
I am getting adventurous over here and will try out my next fudge with a bit more chocolate and added Bailey's.
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I made this last Christmas after spending a couple of days making truffles that would not...