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Betsy
Slow Cooker Classic Fudge - The Superfoods Way | Skinny Ms. - http://skinnyms.com/slow-co...
Slow Cooker Classic Fudge - The Superfoods Way | Skinny Ms.
Mmmmmmm - Soup in a TARDIS
I did not need to know about this. Thank you. - Kirsten
I'm trying this tonight, to see how it turns out, and the timer is about to go off. - Trish R
How is it? How is it? *flail* - Soup in a TARDIS
OMG! - Katy S
It has to cool for an hour before it's ready. It's at that stage now. - Trish R
I can't wait. Verdict? :-) - Betsy
What Kirsten said... - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
I had a little taste on the spoon after it cooled, and it was good! I had to pour it in the pan and now it's supposed to cool in the refrigerator for several hours before cutting, so I'll give it an official try tomorrow. I'll update after I cut it and try it tomorrow. - Trish R
I want fudge so bad now! - Soup in a TARDIS
If this recipe turns out tasty, I'm going to make this to give away during the holidays. It's just too easy. - Trish R
Woo-hoo! - Betsy
Let us know if it's super coconut-y? I'd try it, but I'm not a coconut fan. - Jaclyn aka spamgirl
It has a good taste, not coconut-y at all, but the texture is bad. It didn't firm up like regular fudge and is a bit "gummy" or "gooey," like it didn't get hot enough to set. I went by the directions, but it looks nothing like the photo. - Trish R
humidity plays a HUGE part in fudge setting. =/ - Lnorigb
I live in a very humid area and I make fudge successfully on the stovetop. Maybe someone in a dry area can try it and see if it works. - Trish R
I made this yesterday. It tastes great. it didn't set up at all. My texture is smooth and silky but spreadable. I'll prolly use it as a ganache in the bottom of a pie. I can cut it into squares but they're softer than homemade caramel. (maybe she froze it to get to firm up for pictures?) - Lnorigb