Mmm, fudge. A hit of Irish cream liqueur in the base and the topping makes these squares a very boozy treat indeed. Dark and white chocolate are swirled together to make the base, their richness interrupted only by chopped nuts of your choice.
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This super tall, super moist cake is swathed in a creamy sour cream chocolate frosting and gets a salty kick from crunchy pretzels.
Forget the bars, make the tart. Baking Out Loud: Fun Desserts with Big Flavors has a recipe for a fudge tart that is boozy, dark and delightful.
Wellesley Fudge cake, a deeply decadent chocolate cake topped with a slab of fudge frosting, seems an unlikely sweet to associate with the prim-and-proper ladies of Wellesley (the college featured in the classic feat of cinema Mona Lisa Smile). But it's true: fudge, and the cake, both have strong ties to ladies' colleges.
A toasted marshmallow ice cream is paired with—what else—chocolate and graham crackers.
For those of you who aren't into the chocolate overload aspect of the famous Tunnel of Fudge Cake, I have configured a sweet counterpart: the Tunnel of Penuche Cake. If fudge is the inspiration for the original, penuche (a "blonde" fudge made with brown sugar, butter, milk, and vanilla) is the muse for this honey-hued variation.
This fudge packs peanut butter and marshmallow flavor into every bite. The secret to its crunchy texture? Saltine crackers.
Since I'm a sucker for the orange and chocolate combo and the pleasing mild heat of ancho chiles, this was like hot fudge on crack for me.
Super-easy, super silky triple-chocolate fudge.
I was recently introduced to Alton Brown's recipe for microwave peanut butter fudge. I was skeptical. Fudge is tricky, and microwaves don't really allow for precise temperature control. And microwaves vary in wattage. This seemed like a kitchen disaster waiting to happen—except it actually worked.
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This creamy, buttery fudge is flavored with vanilla and nutmeg and spiked up with bourbon and dark rum. Toasted walnuts add a bit of crunch. It tastes exactly like real eggnog, but in a condensed, bite-sized version--perfect for those who...
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Who puts Velveeta in fudge? Paula Deen, y'all! We tried out the recipe and guess what, Paula didn't let us down. Velveeta isn't just for nachos anymore.