Total TimePrep: 35 min. + chilling
Makesabout 5-1/2 pounds
Wry good fudge. But if I make it again I would cut back on the sugar a bit.
do I have to put the marshmallows in the fudge? thank you, Jan
Have been making this fudge for years. I use the milk and semisweet chocolate discs. I put them in a large glass bowl and put it in microwave at 20 second intervals to start melting. Much easier to stir hot syrup into chocolate. Also use a 12 ounce jar of marshmallow cream instead of marshmallows - much easier!
Also, since it is a 3 chocolate fudge, I think the 2 oz chocolate is unsweetened. I use Baker's.
Best fudge ever. Once I found this recipe-there was no going back to any other one.
This is very easy fudge to make. Wonder if a temperature to bring to boil at would be helpful to others? It was difficult to stir in chocolate and nuts after the 5 minute rolling boil.....
Just made this fudge and placed them in pretty Christmas tins and gave them out. Smooth, chocolaty flavor and easy to prepare..
I'm a little confused. It says it's triple chocolate fudge. That usually means there's three different kind of chocolate in it. I see milk and she counts two semisweet chocolates in different forms as the other two chocolates. Shouldn't the third chocolate be unsweetened maybe even German sweet chocolate? I read that some people used white chocolate as the third choice but I don't care for white chocolate that much. Maybe there's been a typo? Just asking.
Wonderful fudge. Truly is a 'best fudge ever' recipe. Easy (relatively speaking) to make and sets up quickly in the fridge. I make it in a 9 x 13 pan and it is just as good-thicker chucks, but just as yummy. I also learned to toss the nuts in when blending in the chocolate. Sometimes the fudge starts to set and the nuts don't quite get incorprated. This is a great fudge.