I made you some fudge! Two kinds!
I am embarrassed, actually really embarrassed, to admit that before this month’s Kitchen Challenge, I had no idea that fudge was made in other ways than in a microwave. I am going to blame it on too much Pintrest. After hibernating for such a long time, I decided it was best to come back with one of the best desserts I have ever made. I wasn’t sure what to expect and thought making fudge would be pretty difficult like the rest of the challenges. However, I was pleasantly surprised at how easy this was. I’m not usually a fan of just a big hunk of fudge. It is actually is too rich for me, so to cut the sweetness a bit, I tossed in some walnuts and peanut butter to jazz it up a bit. To make two kinds, I simply used my foil to separate the pan. You can always just leave it as one whole piece.
I could not. stop. licking. my spoon. It was sooooo chocolatey and rich, but in a good way! I can’t believe how different this tastes as opposed to the microwave kind. The best part about this too is that even though it is a small pan, you cut it in such small pieces and it makes a lot to go around. I choose this recipe too because it doesn’t require a ton of expensive chocolate, just cocoa powder. Like I said, easy. And amazingly delicious.
This recipe was adapted from Land O’Lakes.