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Baked Fudge


  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 tablespoons flour
  • 2 tablespoons cocoa
  • 1 Stick of Butter (melted)
  • 2 Eggs, beaten until foamy
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla (Please use the real thing)
  • nuts (optional)

There is some theoretical sifting of dry ingredients recommended, but I literally dump all ingredients in my Cuisinart. Whir a minute, and fill four small ramekins. The total time is approx 5 minutes. Place the ramekins in a bain marie, and bake at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes, checking closely the last ten minutes. Cooking time depends on individual preference as to whether you like it more runny or a bit more dense. Serve with your whipped cream, cream and/or raspberries. The baked fudge may also be baked in a single pan, but still within the bain marie. Definition of Bain Marie': French cooking method of baking in the oven, by placing the uncooked food in a baking pan, placing that baking pan in a "bath", i.e. a second pan, filled with water. My method: After the ingredients are mixed and ready for baking, I pour the batter into small individual ramekins, place four ramekins in a rectangular cake pan, put all in the oven, fill a pitcher of tap water, and pour the water into the rectangular cake pan. Fill 2/3 to the top. The baked fudge then, bakes in the water bath.

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Dec 1, 2010

ettlesba: Thank you for your comment and helpful tips! Please feel free to comment again in the future. Thanks! Blair, editor at


Dec 1, 2010

You might get even better results this way. A Bain Marie should be used with boiling water, not just any tap water. The texture of your baked fudge will be even better!


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