Recipe by Lauressa Abrew
"Delicious fudge! Homemade!"
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cream cheese, softened
confectioners' sugar, sifted
4 (1 ounce) squares
unsweetened chocolate, melted and cooled
Absolutely perfect. Only took about ten minutes. I made one batch with regular cream cheese one with light. I warmed my cream cheese in the microwave and added vanilla and salt to cream cheese along with actually UNSIFTED powdered sugar. I used the 3% cornstarch kind that may have helped. While I was prepared to add butter or milk I used my choclate right off the burner and did not need any added ingredients. By using everything warm and adding the chocolate very last I was putting it in the pan right as it began to firm up. I used the back of a spoon and hot water to smooth the top. I also used seran wrap instead of foil so I could just fold it over and store it as is. It is creamy and easy to work with. THANK YOU!!!
This was homemade, and it was yummy, but I'm not so sure it would qualify as traditional fudge... I cooled it just about the whole day and still came up with a mousse consistancy. I put it in wine glasses and served it with a spoon.
This is wonderful fudge! While I was making it, I added a bit of butter with melting the chocolate and also 1/4 cup milk to the mix. I did this to avoid the stiff mixture problem. Mine never had the problem. It turned out nice and creamy. Will be making this many times again! Thanks!
Was unsure about using the marshmellow cream, but everyone raved about the fudge!
Great! I only used 3 cups of sugar and thought that was sweet enough. Also, I added a bit of milk to the final mixture.
i must say i started making fudge the old fashion way and it came out good but this recipes is so much better its easier , and taste wounderful everyone loved it!!!!!! awsome recipe
YUM!!! I have always wanted an easy fudge recipe that still tastes like real fudge (unlike the ones using Marshmellows etc.) To me this was just right and it made a good amount. I added milk like others suggested and I must have added to much because that batch did not quite set up. But use less milk and it did!!!
Very creamy. However there is a slight "off" taste from the cream cheese.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Homemade Yummy Fudge
Serving Size: 1/64 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 64
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 27
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