Posted: 12/21/2012 12:06:56 AM
I love this one. And have made about 20 variations. Try using extracts in it, or different chips, like white choc, peanut butter, or tonights variation, butterscotch. The chocolate with orange extract and chocolate with raspberry extract have been highly successful, as well as the chite choc with raspberry. Still working on many new ideas.
Posted: 1/13/2012 3:24:52 PM
Really good! Not as sweet as regular fudge. Made a great addition to my Christmas cookie stash this year. Gave as gifts and everyone loved it. So easy to make!
Posted: 12/20/2011 3:23:08 PM
THIS IS THE BEST FUDGE EVER!!!!!!!!
Its a bit different then Regular fudge. I actually think that it is better then Actual fudge.
You have to try this.
Everyone that I gave some to was in love with it!!!
Posted: 12/19/2011 2:11:06 PM
Best.Fudge.Ever. I made a batch to put in my holiday cookie/candy bags for the family holiday gift exchange and it was in instant hit! I made a 2nd batch to give out to friends. Everyone loves it and it was pretty easy to make and the cooking times listed in the recipe were spot on! This is now my forever 'go-to' recipe for fudge!
Posted: 12/17/2011 2:37:37 PM
I notice some of you are worried about the raw cookie dough. read ur cookie dough package to see if they use real eggs or powdered, also u can make ur own cookie dough, which is what im gonna do, and omit, leave out, the egg this way u can even eat a spponful of ur raw cookie dough with no worries... good luck everyone
Posted: 12/13/2011 11:27:27 AM
I think this is a great recipe for holiday fudge. My first batch was wonderful and I made three of batches with some variance. I do wonder about the shelf life of this fudge considering its "cookie" dough ingredients. Does the 160 degree thermometer reading sufficiently cook any raw ingredients that are included the dough. Since this is a fudge recipe I think this is a question that should be addressed since many people make fudge weeks ahead of time and distribute throughout the holidays.
Posted: 12/7/2011 3:20:53 PM
Good recipe! I substituted Heath bar bits for the granola bar(s). Even better!!!
Posted: 12/2/2011 11:36:28 AM
didn't make these yet but was wondering how long they can be stored and how would you store them
Posted: 2/27/2011 6:10:05 PM
easy to make! I think next time i will add 2 more bars of granola. I took Eggieh advice and used the almond crunch as well.
Posted: 2/15/2011 10:40:09 PM
i made this for work for valentines day. every one loved it and asked me for the recipe. i used the almond crunch granola bar instead of the pecan. i liked it to i also used blue agave instead of syrup. agave slows the glycemic level so i could have more.