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"Kiss Me" Fudge

By: Paula from Call Me PMC
Kiss Me Fudge
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This chocolate fudge recipe is super simple to make. Seriously. It uses four ingredients, and there are three instructions: melt, mix and chill. It's so easy, you can make it any time you want. Just make sure you allow enough time for it to firm up before slicing. "Kiss Me" Fudge gets its name from one of its ingredients: Hershey's Kisses Cookies & Cream. The kisses add another dimension of flavor to this super chocolatey dessert. Serve cold or at room temperature.


Preparation Time12 min

Chilling Time2 hr

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Does the name mean I will get kissed if I make this fudge and give it to someone I want to give me one? I like that you can serve this dessert cold or room temperature. Most chocolate desserts have one temperature that you can use, and it is usually in the refrigerator.

I always thought fudge would be a very challenging dessert to make but recipes like this one make it look so easy! Plus, I really love the inside filling of cookies and cream chocolate. Definitely try substituting new fillings or flavors of chocolate to make this a unique treat every time!

Yum! I liked the version with graham crackers. I would add marshmallows next time to make it a s'more variation.

Absolutely delicious, but very sweet. Like most fudge, a small piece is plenty. The almond taste really showed through, which was my favorite part.

I liked this fudge better putting graham crackers in it rather than the cookiescream chocolate or Oreos. The fudge is so sweet already, it doesn't need sweet cookies or candy added in.

The creamy texture of this fudge was well worth the five stars on its own. I would risk the stomach ache and eat these all day. The cookies and cream one reminded me a bit of a more appealing version of Oreos. The simplicity of the recipe also doesn't hurt. Though, I do wonder how they would hold up after an hour or so... Long story short This fudge is delicious. I'll definitely be trying my hand at some of my own soon!

I don't think words express how much I am obsessed with this fudge. The texture was perfect, it wasn't too hard to bite into, it was soft and delicious and I loved the almond variety. Almonds and graham crackers in fudge. I just am so amazed and impressed. Such good fudge.

This fudge ruined my life. Five stars.

These tasted more like creamy cookies, but are still delicious. The recipe is so simple too!

I'm sorry, but I'm just not a fan of this. It honestly tastes like a cookies and cream bar, but not as great. The cookies and cream part is so prevalent that it doesn't even feel or taste like fudge. The fudge itself feels very non-existent. I love cookies and cream treats and I love fudge, but I'm not a fan of this combination.

This is almost as good as the fudge my grandma makes. The chocolate flavor is really good and creamy. I love it! I could eat this all day. And the pieces in it just add the the fun. )


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