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Coconut-Fudge Bars

Coconut-Fudge Bars recipe
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Rich, chocolaty fudge bars topped with sweet coconut and walnuts? Count us in. Serve these decadent treats to your crowd, and watch as they're the first to disappear.
30 min
2 hr 30 min
32 servings
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Even though I put these in the fridge for the required time, they were still gooey when I took them out. Still tasted great, but I don't recommend taking them to a picnic, lol. They melted!!
I made these for a family get together and they were a hit!! I baked the crust for about 10 minutes like some of the reviews said and pressed the walnuts and coconut into the fudge before refrigerating. They are a little messy still but worth it. Will definetly make again.
After reading some of the reviews about these being messy, falling apart, and being very hard, I made the following changes. I baked the crust for about ten minutes prior to filling. Additionally, I removed them from the refrigerator for about 30 minutes prior to slicing and they came out of the pan clean, easily, and stayed together. Hope this helps.
I just made this recipe and while they are very good, I think something is wrong with the consistency. They're almost hard enough to break your teeth!! They're definitely firmer than fudge. But the flavor is excellent. I made 1/4 with coconut and nuts, 1/4 with just coconut, and 1/2 plain - got to please all of the granddaughters!! To the reviewers that complained that the crust fell away, I baked mine first. I just sprayed the glass dish with PAM, and then formed the crust. I baked it at 325 degrees for 8 minutes. Cooled it and then filled it and refrigerated. They cut very easily and came out of the dish intact. Delish!!
this sounds realy good but i need one made with soy could i replace soy with the milk does anyone know
Really good recipe. Will cook a little longer next time. And there will be lots of next times as my family loves fudge. Also I toasted my own coconut and saved a little money. This goes great with a large glass of milk or a cup of coffee which is what I'm doing right now. Thanks Nancy
This tasted delicious but we found it to be very messy. The bottom crumbled and fell apart and the nuts and coconut fell off the top. So next time I make it, I'm going to put it in a 8 or 9 inch square pan and skip the crumb bottom. Then I will either mix in the nuts and coconut or push them down into the fudge. This is a great fudge recipe!
I am not a fan of coconut- But I love peanuts and chocolate. so I did not use the walnuts or coconut but covered the top with a generous portion of chopped peanuts instead. it was very good!!
my filling was soft and messy next time i will boil longer to almost hard boil stage. didnt look real neat and clean was going to take them to cards but changed my mind.
I made these bars yesterday morning and they tasted great! I didn't have any graham crackers so I substituted Nilla Wafer crumbs. I think next time I will omit the coconut and add a touch of peanut butter to the chocolate step, and the time after use mint-chocolate chips. These are not the healthiest but a nice tasty change-of-pace treat.
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