Fudge for Haiti:Instant Chocolate Manna

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My thoughts are. Great reviews, inexpensive ingredients, time saver, Lord it looks good! Question, can I double the recipe? Thank you, Merry Christmas, Penny from Michigan. Do you measure the sugar and cocoa before or after sifting? If you try it, will you let me know if it turns out? I was unsure about how much powdered sugar to buy because you said a 32oz bag… you need to correct that to 2 oz bags of powdered sugar because if you only use one it will be too soft. Other than that this recipe is perfect!

I hope everyone reads the comments before making so they know to get two 32 oz bags of powdered sugar… I was lucky to have had another one in my pantry lol thankyou so much for the recipe!!!! All I did was instead of cocoa powder, just use an equivalent amount of more powdered sugar. There are SO many things you can do with this recipe.

So simple and easy. I used canned milk. It worked great. And, as you stated…work fast when mixing everything you when it is removed from microwave. It sets fast. I just want to know why? It still taste good but just not what you would want in fudge. Hi Ashley, the only thing I can think of it it was bitter was if too much cocoa was added?

I loved the recipe but wanted to know if adding condensed milk will give the same results instead of milk. Hi Giselle, I have no idea! If you did, will you please let me know if it turned out? I had an issue with the confectioners sugar clumping up very badly. I sifted it and the cocoa. I made it exactly how you have it here.

Any ideas what it clumped? It was so hard to get it stirred and could not get all clumps out. Hi Sherry, Not sure if it has to do with moisture or age of sugar, but I find it best to use a new bag. Same thing happened to me. I sifted both cocoa and sugar, as they both tend to be lumpy. I was concerned about pouring the milk on top of the sugar mixture and not stirring it, as it automatically will form lumps.

I was right. No amount of beating it with a mixer on high or trying to smash the lumps against the side of the bowl worked. I was making the recipe without nuts, as we prefer fudge that way. I ended up adding toffee chips to cover up the fact that there are crispy sugar pellets throughout.

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I suppose if you always add nuts, it would cover up this problem, and be unaware of this flaw in the recipe. Still tastes good. I do find that the fudge turns out best with fresh sugar. If you use old sugar or cocoa powder it is more likely to clump. I like the toffee chip suggestion! Had a hard time finding a bowl big enough to put the sugar, cocoa, milk and butter in. I had a 2 qt glass mixing bowl and it came to the 2 qt line.

I had to pour into a much bigger metal mixing bowl to stir it all and the sugar was very much clumped. I followed recipe to the letter. Some clumps could not get out. Hope it turns out okay. I mean, it still tastes like fudge but I was wondering what what I did will do to it? Maybe I should just go ahead and make a new batch the right way. Once the butter has melted you stir. It is rather wet at first but then it sets in the pan.

Wow, I love this fudge! I love it! I tried it out just now and it tastes delicious! Super easy recipe to follow, I made these yesterday and they went down a treat with the daughter and wife! Definitely 5 stars! I made your recipe instead after failing at my 1st attempt, and it was so easy and turned out perfect!!

Thank you for sharing! I have made this fudge twice now, and it is not as thick, when putting in the pan as yours. What am I doing wrong? Thanks Krissi for taking some time and sharing the fudge receipe. I was searching internet for fudge receipe and this one was very helpful. I will defenitely try this. I just made this fudge in South Texas during the Summer indoors of couse but it is fabulous, perfect and so easy! It is the easiest way to make it. I have made this recipe for years except I do it in a pan on top of the stove. I melt my butter first on a low temp, add the milk, then the dry ingredients and vanilla flavoring last..

I never let it boil, just heat on low and stir until it is smooth. I immediately then pour it out on a foil lined cookie sheet and let it cool. I cut it and put it into a container and in the fridge. Always comes out perfect. I am going to try your way in the microwave and see how mine comes out. It is the best fudge ever. Once people try this, they never want any other kind! Imade fudge long ago, but lost the recipe years ago. Talking with my friend and she was talking avout my fudge so i decided to trt this recipe. It was super easy, and i forgot to put the milk in before i cooked it.

As you can imagine, i thought it was ryined, but realized what i had done so i poured it in and whalah!! It was resurrected! AND it tastes absokutely amazing! Thanjs for sharing! I doubled the recipe added Candied Red and Green Cherries some tiny marshmallows and used pistachios Since I was making them for Christmas gifts for family, They were such a hit with my husband I ended up making 2 batches 2 to give away and one for him. I also made a plain batch sprinkled toasted pecans on top melted some Carmel which I layered on tod then drizzled some chocolate on top.

But with this recipe I did it! I actually made fudge that looks like fudge! And tastes like it too! Thanks for sharing your 5 minute Microwave Fudge recipe! Easiest fudge recipe ever! I made half the amount and it was plenty. It will be my go-to chocolate fudge recipe from now on. I graduated from the Cordon Bleu and was curious to see how this recipe turned out.

It turned out excellent I substituted five large marshmallows and a little less sugar and add a pinch of salt very surprised and impressed. Thank you so much for your comment!

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And is there really any better combo than marshmallows and chocolate with a touch of salt? I think not! I made my first attempt ever making fudge with this recipe today and it turned out pretty good. I also cut the recipe in half and it made a decent amount. Thank you for sharing this great fudge recipe. I was skeptical…I am used to standing over the stove and babying it for 30 minutes or so…not anymore.

I followed your recipe but, I only made a half batch…being the first time. I stirred in peanut butter instead of nuts…came out fudge-a-licious! I placed it in the fridge for an hour and that was it. Again, thank you for sharing. This recipe looks awesome! Thanks for sharing! I was skeptical…Thank you for sharing this great fudge recipe. Can we make it with the help of Instapot? My friends and kids love this.

I will make another version with additional ingredients and will be back with reviews. My friends and husband love it so much. They got surprised with taste. I also add some additional ingredients to compare and the taste is funny somehow. Thanks for your sharing.

How many hours does it take generally? It looks so attractive and delicious. I have never tried it before. I will try it and if I do not succeed you will be guided further. This is awesome. My friends and husband love it much. Thanks for your nice recipe. The taste is cool. Will recommend to other relatives to try out. I will be back with feedback. I am back with reviews. My grandma and grandpa love the taste. Seems to be the nice one to try every week. Thanks Krissy for the delicious Fudge recipe. I never tried to make Fudge at home but I have tasted several times, was made by my grandma and from then I love the Fudge.

And yesterday I have tried fist time to make fudge by following your instruction and I got almost same taste. Hope nest time it would be more perfect. Thanks for helping. This is the easiest and best fudge recipe I have ever used. Everyone loves it and I always wrap up big batches for friends. It has been a household staple since you first posted it in !

My mom lost her tried and true Microwave Fudge recipe and I have been searching for years for another. What an awesome recipe! Love it so much! Microwave fudge is so easy. Stirring a simmering pot with a candy thermometer is for the birds. One can never have enough fudge around to consume! The fact that this recipe is so quick and easy jsut makes it even better!

Five minutes? A friend of mine always gave out fudge candies every year for Christmas. I love chocolate. Thanks for your post sharing. It looks so yummy. This should be bookmarked. Thanks for your sharing this recipe. I will try this out soon. Dutch cocoa powder — YES. If you give it a go, will you let me know if it works?

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This recipe is amazing!!! It came out perfect. No clumps or lumps.. Love it! It will become a staple at my house for sure. I also tried almonds.. I made this fudge last night. Best fudge ever! It was easy and so quick. I probably should have sifted the powdered sugar because it was lumpy.

I immediately used my mixer and then poured it into my prepared pan. Thank you so much for the recipe! Hey Krissy, I made your fudge today and it turned out perfectly!!! I just know that as soon as your amazing fudge passes their lips that this black cloud of ridicule that has followed me for years will dissipate and people will once again allow me to assist in their kitchens on holidays and special events. I made this recipe a few weeks ago and it turned out perfectly. Then I decided to try to make it vegan and that also worked out perfectly. I still used all of the instructions and measurements though.

It was wonderful both times.

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Servings: 80 servings. Calories: 83 kcal. Author: Krissy Allori. Instructions Line a baking sheet or casserole dish with foil. In a large bowl, combine powdered sugar and cocoa powder and stir until they seem reasonably well mixed. If the mixture seems like there are small clumps, you may sift it after its been measured. Pour milk over sugar mixture but do no mix.

Place cubes of butter on top. Microwave on high power minutes until the butter has almost completely melted. Immediately remove mixture from microwave and stir well until very well combined. You need to work fast because you want to spread the mixture while its still hot, but you want every spec of sugar to be well incorporated.

Once chocolate mixture is thoroughly mixed, stir in walnuts and vanilla. Immediately pour warm fudge into prepared dish and spread to desired thickness. It will only spread as far as you want, so make it as thick as you'd like the individual pieces to be. Allow to fully set at room temperature. Our house is always freezing, so it didn't take much time.

If you live in a warm house, it may take several hours or even a bit of refrigeration. Lift foil out of dish and transfer fudge to a cutting board. Use a sharp knife to cut squares. Notes Makes 80 small pieces, serving size is once piece. Questions about the nutrition information? Check out my Nutrition Disclaimer.

Comments Oh how I love fudge and your fudge looks so delicious! Pinned and going to make. Try adding more milk. I use evaporated milk for this receipe. And always use real butter. The domes have multiple applications and can be used for family shelter or storage. The current focus is on providing safe shelter for those in Haiti who remain homeless. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , 11 pages. More Details Friend Reviews.

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