1 pound powdered sugar 1/2 cup cocoa powder 1/4 cup milk 8 tablespoons margarine 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
Mix sugar and cocoa together in large bowl, pour milk in sugar mixture and set margarine on top. Microwave 2.5 minutes on high. Mix well and add vanilla. Pour on aluminum foil covered plate, put in fridge for 30 minutes. For an ice cream topping, add more milk when cooking.
227 calories, 8 grams fat, 40 grams carbohydrates, 1 grams proteinper serving. This recipe is low in sodium.
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I used this as an ice cream topping as suggested for a bday party with a bunch of 9 year olds. They all loved it! Of course, then we had 9 year olds on a sugar high!
Guest Foodie July 19, 2011 REVIEW:
The fudge tasted really good, but it was very sticky and had a taffy-like texture, almost like a soft tootsie roll.
It was very easy though, and tastes great with ice cream and strawberries! (: Thanks for posting!
Jessie and Jackie July 3, 2011 REVIEW:
We made this recipe together on a rainy day when we had nothing to do. It was very easy to make and we are kids. It tastes great!
Guest Foodie January 29, 2011 REVIEW:
The fudge was very tasty, though as Mary commented on I did get lumps of sugar throughout even though I did sift the powder sugar. I would recommend lining a mini cupcake pan with foil and then pour the fudge in it before you put it in the fridge to get perfect serving size bites.
Mary January 12, 2011 REVIEW:
Great recipe! Just one little thing to check before you start making this delicious fudge: make sure your powdered sugar is not lumpy-Run it through a sifter first, otherwise your fudge will have little white lumps running through it like mine did. Otherwise it's great! Thanks for posting!!
Emmm<3 January 26, 2010 REVIEW:
Nils in Utah December 18, 2007 REVIEW:
I'm a terrible cook but this recipe was extremely easy, quick and tasty. The fudge was rich and was ready in just about 60 minutes. The taste was a little too cocoa-y for my liking so I might recommend slightly less cocoa. Good recipe, though!
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