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Rich Chocolate Fudge

As you can tell, I LOVE chocolate…and this fudge recipe is SO good!  I like to keep some sort of chocolate or sweet treat in the refrigerator for an afternoon snack or after-dinner dessert.  It helps me stay on plan, have the yummy sweets, and not feel guilty about it..and still lose weight in the process!

This Rich Chocolate Fudge recipe can be found on page 386 of the Trim Healthy Mama book.

After I mixed them up, instead of putting the fudge into a pan to harden in the freezer and then cut into squares, I took a cookie scoop and scooped the fudge into ice cube trays.  I put the trays in the freezer to harden, then popped the fudge out and into another container to keep in the refrigerator.  It worked great and gives me good uniform-sized pieces!

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Comments

  1. 1

    Thanks for the ice cube tray tip. I haven’t tried the fudge recipe yet.

  2. 3
    jan jones says:

    I made this the other day but instead of putting in the fridge or freezer, I used it as a frosting for the Secret Agent Brownie Cake. It is my favorite THM recipe so far!

  3. 5

    Sheri,
    I’m having issues figuring out the serving-size for this recipe.
    What do you suggest is a *safe* serving size?
    Thanks.

    • 6
      Sheri Graham says:

      I do know that this recipe is pretty rich, so I would think a couple pieces would be fine. When I made mine I did small tablespoon sized scoops with a cookie scoop. Hope that helps!

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