Recipe by Alaina Schumann
"Two batches can feed a class of thirty right before lunch (with leftovers). Very good and chocolaty. Mmm Mmm Mmm!!"
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semisweet chocolate chips
1 (14 ounce) can
sweetened condensed milk
1 1/2 cups
I was skeptical when I saw this recipe because it doesn't have the "tradition" fudge ingredients. I made my first batch today and I LOVE IT! The taste is amazing and what I've been trying to accomplish with my fudge recipes for years. The icing on the cake is the ease of this recipe. I never knew making fudge could be so fun! I highly recommend you to try this recipe for the upcoming holiday season! You won't be disappointed!
Just tasted like chocolate chips to me.
Everybody loved it! Nice, soft texture. Very, very close to "real" fudge and SO much easier. I did have to microwave the fudge for a few more minute-intervals after adding the marshmallows so that they would melt.
Very tasty, the fudge was soft, but just soft enough. This recipe will be easy to doctor up to suit any flavor, I really love to rocky road flavor. Yes the fudge was sweet, but why else would people make fudge? Its supposed to be a sweet treat.
This is really fool proof, I don't think I will need to try any other fudge recipe.
Excellent!! A recipe my family enjoys. So quick and easy, but best of all no marshmallow creme.
this fudge is delicious and ridiculously easy. I used coursely crushed stick pretzels instead of nuts and fat free sweetened condensed milk since it was all I had on hand and it turned out great (although the texture might be slightly better with regular sweet. cond. milk) and was a good taste combination. you could easily vary what you put into this fudge...peanuts intead of walnuts for a more rocky road flavor...pecans and dried cranberries with the marshmallows for a more seasonal holiday taste...coarsely chopped toffee bars and marshmallows...mmmmmm I think I need another piece!
Excellent! Our Stars class at church had this for our Cooking merit. It does need time to set, but if you cook it a minute longer it helps.
Very good and easy. I had a craving for something sweet and this had so few ingredients that I already had everything in the cabinet! Perfect! Now if I could just stay out of it...
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Microwavable Chocolate Fudge
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 140
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