this is a very rich hot fudge cake that i got hooked on when i was expecting our daughter - just couldn't get enough of it and now she loves chocolate....hum... anyway, this is a easy recipe that i love warm with ice cream and my husband loves cold and pl
found this one in an old family cookbook. i love recipes like this... easy, quick and tastes like a million - for almost nuthin'! :)
this recipe is from "bailey's" of boston. long gone ice cream parlor but had great hot fudge sauce!
i am always tempted to buy these at starbucks so when a friend brought these to a cookie exchange i was quite excited!
this is my favorite chocolate cake. no fuss, no mess and very moist. back in the early days when it was paycheck to paycheck, this simple dessert made it into his lunchbox many a day because it was cheap and simple. no eggs, no milk.
from a fleischmann's ad in country living - an oh-so-easy and oh-so-yummy treat!
in just 15 minutes its ready to cut into squares! this fudge is really good. it was handed down by 3 generations and will stay in the family forever!
a family friend makes this for all types of church get-togethers. i ate some when mom brought it home and i could not believe how simple this is to put together.
this is super quick and super easy. it also sets up super fast so have your buttered pan prepared. do not use imitation chocolate chips or flavored chips such as butterscotch or peanut butter since these do not work as well. i have found however the o
this is excellent and it is done in 2 minutes!
all i have to say, is that i'm obsessed with this recipe... i've never tasted better fudge! it's so good... although it's very sweet and very rich! prep time includes chill time.
these are super simple to make & the kids love them - i know i did when i was young. its a lot like fudge, but you get bright colors from the mini marshmallows. got this recipe from a coworker of my mom's. haven't made it in years, but thought i'd shar
a super easy recipe from gooseberry patch's cookbook "meals in minutes". enjoy!
this makes for a quick chocolate fix ! it's not your grandma's fudge by any means, but it will cure your sweet tooth in a short amount of time. add whatever type of nut you prefer or keep it plain.
i was looking for a beautiful, rich cake to make for christmas this year and this was exactly what i was looking for! i found this recipe online and it originally came from bon appetit. i wanted something chocolate and peppermint to go with the season. it
very simple fudge recipe. no candy thermometer is necessary! great for beginner candy makers.
yum. the only thing i like more than chocolate is pb! this is a big batch recipe for fudge, from my friend susan's newsletter.
it is pretty good recipe--all the kids really like it. they are always begging me to make it!
i got this recipe watching the oprah winfrey show with rachel ray. this was a big hit with everyone!!! this is the recipe that everyone loves so much!! i have 2 other variations also listed, so that you can try them also. when i make this recipe i am
i found this online, and it made me feel sooo freaking good!!! i had to post it.
my favorite is the butterscotch but i have done the chocolate, too and they both turn out great.
i found this recipe in the kraft food & family magazine today. it is easy chocolate fudge that you can change up by making it five different ways! :-) the cook time listed is for refrigeration time.
the easiest more absurd fudge in the world, but for the skeptics out there, this recipe works.
this is a very smooth, creamy fudge. it is also almost impossible to over or under cook.
i was unsure of this recipe at first. i had never heard of fudge made with brown sugar before, but this is the creamiest fudge i have ever had. this is also the only fudge recipe i have never either over or under cooked.
this is aliya allabaksh's recipe from the young times magazine and she was the
tasty and not too hot. great for holiday gifts. real southwestern flavor. put the dry ingredients in a mason jar and give them to friends. great hostess gift.
i will be making this as a gift for valentine's day. i haven't tried it yet but it looks great. adapted from quick cooking.
a variation where, you can use white chocolate bark, or chopped almond bark. for darker fudge, use 1 white bark, and 1 dark bark.
so glad i adopted this recipe. i finally tried it and my family all said yum!
this needs about 3 hours chilling time
no candy thermometer needed for this quick to make chocolate fudge with pieces of almond joy candy bars stirred in. will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth.
almond joy fudge brownies these are wonderful and simple.
found this in "food & family" and is so easy to make. it calls for a minimum of at least 2 hours chilling time. this fudge is a great choice for cookie plates or platters, as well.
from "madhuram's eggless cooking" - http://www.egglesscooking.com/2010/07/26/non-fat-fudge-brownies/
this is a rich, creamy dark fudge for a special person (who just might be you!). for me, this is enough amaretto, but the amount can be increased or decreased as you prefer it. and, you can experiment with other liqueurs, but i'm especially fond of amaret
micowave recipe that is really easy.
a very simple and well flavored coffee thats easy to enjoy
just like it says. from karen page.
this fudge is always soft, not too sweet and always welcome as a gift. easy and quick to make, it has won prizes at our local fair several years in a row.
intense, dark, fudgy, gooey, everything a brownie should be. you can vary the topping, using chocolate chips, white chocolate chips, toffee bits, nuts, m&ms, whatever floats your boat. the recipe originally started out as something in the magnolia baker
oh amy. the wonderful christmas memories our family has of the year you lived next door. where are you now? we are so glad we at least have your fudge recipe to remember you by.
this is z-tejas' recipe and it's wonderful served with a scoop of ice cream or whipped cream.
everyone calls my daughter anna banana, and she happens to adore bananas! i made this cake in the shape of a heart. i wrote happy birthday in bright yellow on the chocolate fudge icing and made little perfect marzipan bananas for decorations.
the kids gobbled this up and i didn't get to try it! i guess that means it was pretty good. it's from the treasury of white trash cooking.
this is a good all purpose chocolate frosting. it comes from the anne of green gables cookbook by kate mac donald.
a nice holiday candy treat. combines the holiday tradition of fudge candy with the flavor of apple pie!
this recipe comes from the applewood farmhouse restaurant in tennesse. i love the atmosphere of the restaurant and their food is so good!
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