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Thread: Fudge Recipe - Originally Posted by Mel

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    Oh. My. God.

    It is the BEST!!!!!!!! I made it with cooking chocolate, but not the compound stuff, the choc buds, mixed half milk and half dark, put in raspberries and m&ms. Drool much!!!!!

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    Ava loves the dairy free one but i'm not so sure myself.. i think personally i NEED the full on CHOC hit that comes from real heavy dark choc.. not the dairy free stuff...
    Should have put raspberries in with it or something.

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    You can also serve it as hot fudge sauce. Yummo

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    I just wanted to come in and say thank you for this yummy recipe .

    I made it for christmas day...and it was a real winner...everybody LOVED it!!!

    I did 2 variations of it:-

    The dark chocolate and peppermint crisp one.

    And I'm not sure if anyone else had tried this....hence why I thought I'd share....just in case but I did a

    Lemon Meringue Fudge......it was even yummier !!! (though I didn't have as many testers on this)

    I actually wasn't sure if it turned out ok so didn't take it to my family gathering...as when I made it - I kept tasting it to be sure but I just didn't think there was enough lemon to it. But turns out my tastebuds that evening when I made it was playing up (I had a bit of a sore throat anyway). But when I was clearing out the fridge to go away I gave it to my parents and they all...including my dad - who rarely eats sweets LOVED it!!!

    So with the Lemon Meringue I used... along with the tin of condensed milk, 75gms of butter -
    I used 500gms of white chocolate instead
    and started with 1/2 teaspoon of lemon essence (instead of the vanilla).
    I added about another tablespoon of lemon essence, but was scared of it turning to runny, so I then decided to use the rind of 1 lemon, but still didn't think it was lemony enough...and didn't have any more lemons so I took the chance and squeezed the juice of the rindless lemon in too...it was not runny at all.

    A couple of days later...I got around to properly tasting it a few days later and it was definitely lemony (not overly strong either...so I think when I make it again...because I will it was that yummy...I might use another lemon rind maybe....will just keep tasting to be sure though...ahh the things you gotta do when cooking ).

    To finish it off I had made up some meringue (just the egg whites and castor sugar mix and into the oven for 10mintues) and placed it on top (though because I didn't think it had worked I think I waited too long to put the meringue on...cause it kept sliding off...might have to do so when both are still warm I think...unless someone here can recommend something ).

    So once again thank you for such an easy and yummy dessert .

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    just put a fesh batch in the fridge, i loooove this recipe!!! so so easy and so so delish!

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    oh geez...i haven't made this since i did my last post (which was when i got a little obsessed with it...lol)....now i want some! guess what I'll be making again in the next few days :-)

    Bec sent this from her Samsung using Tapatalk.

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    I this recipe!!!! Made it at Christmas and just whipped some up for dessert tomorrow

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    Default Fudge Recipe - Originally Posted by Mel


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    Hi girls....quick question about fudge.

    I made this the other day...and you are all right...bloody deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelicious!

    However, does fudge normally melt?

    I left a few pieces in a container on the couch, and came back an hr or so later and they had melted a lil bit. Like sticky melted, not into a chocolate pool or anything..

    Have I done something wrong? Or is this normal?

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    Just made this, its setting in the fridge. Sprinkled with silver cachous, looking very pretty. DH is excited lol

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    Bump!

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    Default Re: Fudge Recipe - Originally Posted by Mel

    Am making this today for dd's preschool teachers


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