Raspberry Fudge Balls

Raspberry Fudge Balls

"Here's an idea for a last-minute gift that everyone will think you fussed over. Tasters relish the delectable hint of raspberry and the creamy texture of the fudgy balls."
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15 m servings
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  1. In a microwave or heavy saucepan, melt chocolate chips; stir until smooth. Cool slightly. In a mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese and melted chocolate until smooth. Stir in the wafer crumbs and jam. Refrigerate for 4 hours or until firm. Shape into 1-in. balls; roll in almonds. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

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This recipe was incredible. I made the first batch just like the recipe said and they were great. The second batch I changed it a little. After rolling them in the almonds, I melted white chocol...

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Not bad. Very easy to make. I used chocolate grahams instead of vanilla and rolled them in unsweetened cocoa instead of almonds. I suggest using more raspberry jam than called for as the flav...

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This recipe was incredible. I made the first batch just like the recipe said and they were great. The second batch I changed it a little. After rolling them in the almonds, I melted white chocol...

Made according to the recipe but omitted the almonds. They are chocolatey and the raspberry flavor is very nice. Only drawback is they can't sit out on a buffet very long or else they become sof...

I just made this. Being a Raspberry-aholic I added a touch more of the jam. Oh My! Excellent! And so easy to make. Will be a wonderful addition to my cookie/candy trays this year, IF they ...

really good. Really need to wait the whole 4 hours or more to roll them. I rolled in ch. sprinkles nuts are too pricey for me.

I made these for Christmas gifts for the neighbors and again recently for my family. I received compliments from the neighbors who thought I spent a lot of time on them. This time I think I OD...

Not bad. Very easy to make. I used chocolate grahams instead of vanilla and rolled them in unsweetened cocoa instead of almonds. I suggest using more raspberry jam than called for as the flav...

So tasty! These turn out really light because of the cream cheese. It's so soft, you could use it as a heavy frosting or filing. We used some to make little sandwiches with the extra vanilla ...

My mom made this recipe years ago - It has stayed in my Christmas candy collection since! I use very finely chopped pecans (almost to a dust). Roll the balls once, let sit for awhile and then ...

I did not care for these at all, but some of the guests at the dessert party that these were served at said that they were quite good. I felt that the consistency was just off. They were kind ...

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