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Easy Chocolate Fudge

Easy Chocolate Fudge recipe
photo by:kraft
This fudge is divinely delicious—and way easier than you'd think. Customize it just for your family, with everything from peanut butter to marshmallow.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
2 hr 10 min
servings
total:
25 servings, 1 square each
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posted:
12/20/2008
Try adding a couple of dashed of salt at the end and blend. For some reason the salt helps harden the fudge. I also used chocolate morsels in place of the squares.
posted:
12/19/2008
I made the peanut butter fudge. It is absolutely delicious, however it not the traditional nice fudge squares like the pictures show. Mine like many of the other reviewers turned out ooey gooey. I left it in the fridge for 7 hours attempting to get it to set. Mine also stuck to the tin foil making it even more of a disaster. It kills me that they show children making it in the magazine - I am a fairly experienced baker I this recipe turned out a disaster. This definetly is not a confidence booster recipe for children!!!!
posted:
12/18/2008
Like many other people, my fudge is WAY too gooey! I wasmaking this for gifts and now I have to find something else.NOT GOOD!!
posted:
12/18/2008
I had no problems and had many many compliments. I made chocolate peanut butter, the Oreo and the marshmallow. I had no problems at all. I used the individually wrapped Baker's chocolate and I also used Carnation brand of condensed milk. I only used the microwave to melt for 2 minutes. The rest was done by gentle stirring. I also didn't prep my pans until I was ready to pour the "goo" into them, instead of first like the recipe says to do. I agree that the marshmallow looks nothing like the picture, but maybe using less marshmallows would work. I hope my "tips" help :-)
posted:
12/18/2008
I made the peanut butter fudge and it was not good. I threw it all away.
posted:
12/17/2008
This was a terrible recipe. I followed it to the letter, but the "fudge" was too gooey to handle without it being frozen. It stuck to the foil terribly and made a huge mess. I had to man-handle each piece to get it off the foil. I'm in a pinch for gifts & have to send this fudge to out-of-town family & friends tomorrow, and I'm really embarrased to do so. My husband said, "It tastes like chewed up Tootsie Rolls and the texture is weird."
posted:
12/17/2008
This was SOO easy! I made the oreo one for Thanksgiving and it was one of the only desserts that was cleared out QUICKLY! The chocolate is perfect and melts in your mouth.
posted:
12/17/2008
I doubled this recipe and it would NOT set. It was impossible to separate from the foil as well. I tried a tiny piece, and it tasted ok - I am a much bigger fan of more solid, less chewy and less soft fudge. I may try to make this without doubling it and see what happens - I had to throw half of it away, however, because I couldn't separate it. What a waste...
posted:
12/16/2008
My sister and I made this when we were kids. Now it's like a comfort food. Regular old fashioned fudge is too sweet.
posted:
12/16/2008
The fudge would not set. I put it ourside and it was -3' and left it out for an hour. Finally I could flip it over and cut it, but it was still soft. What does Kraft recomment we do different, because I love the taste. Ellie in Wisconsin
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