Recipe by EAGLE BRAND®
"Melted marshmallows add a decorative swirl to chocolate fudge."
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semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 (14 ounce) can
EAGLE BRAND® Sweetened Condensed Milk
butter or margarine, divided
1 1/2 teaspoons
This recipe was easy and the outcome was fantastic...great texture, good combination of richness & sweetness.
Be sure NOT to turn the fudge top-side down onto cutting board as the pretty marshmellow swirls will stick to it!
Batch turned out great! Followed directions to the letter. This makes a very dense, heavy fudge. Marshmallow swirls didn't really turn out and marshmallow flavor gets lost in all that chocolate. To me this tastes like eating semi-sweet chocolate chips, so I didn't care for it much. I would use 1/2 semi-sw. and 1/2 milk choc. chips next time. Also made the "Super Easy Rocky Road" recipe from this site, it uses the same basic ingredients. Preferred that one much more.
4 stars for taste but I couldn't get the marshmallow layer to "swirl" into the chocolate layer...it set up rather fast, not hard but firm enought that they didn't swirl together.
Very easy to make - but I ended up with a big stickey mess. Everything seemed to set up just fine, but when I tried to cut it, the marshmallow on top never hardened and stuck to the knife, the waxed paper and my fingers. Hubby said taste was good - he'll probably eat it out of the dish with a spoon but there's no way I can cut and serve this to my friends. What a disappointment.
Tried this recipe for Christmas. Some people like it but it was just to sticky for me. Couldn't keep it out long with out it getting to soft.
Delicious. It tasted like hot chocolate and got rave reviews from everyone at the party!
In addition to this recipe, I also made Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl Fudge. Neither recipe "swirled." It had a great flavor, but was very sticky. I placed pieces of parchment paper in between the layers for storage, and the marshmallow layer stuck to the paper and had to be peeled off. Despite this, it was tasty, and I'll make it again. Since it didn't swirl, it definitely did look like snow topped fudge!
Very yummy! When melting the marshmallows, I guess it seized or something because it didn't look good. So I dumped it and improvised. On top of my fudge I sprinkled some white chocolate chips, then set in the refrigerator. 10 minutes later, I took it out of the refrigerator and the chips had melted. I swirled them, then put back in the fridge to finish setting up. Very yummy and rich! Also not grainy, which I totally love.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate Snowswirl Fudge
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 89
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