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Just thought I would make this fudge for Mother's Day. It is very easy but I added a half cup of chopped walnuts to it. I have to have nuts in my fudge!! Wow!!! This fudge is a winner!!! It didn't tak
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Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 8:54 PM EDT
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Geez, I forgot to look for the dark chocolate when I was at the store the other day.  Maybe I need to write a note and pin it to my shirt lol. 

Thank fudge sounds so good, now I have to make some.  Thanks for the reminders.

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 9:56 PM EDT
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Nikki -- mixing sounds like such a good idea - thank you. But I have no idea of how to do a sub thing like using chips for cocoa or unsweetened chocolate. Any hints or suggestions?
Posted by Nancy G


3 Tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa and 1 Tablespoon of butter is the same as 1 ounce of unsweetened chocolate.  (Unsweetened chocolate usually come in 1 ounce squares that come in the box)
Use that guide if your recipe calls for unsweetened chocolate.
I have used unsweetened with semi sweet if I have been a bit low on the semi sweet.  I have not adjusted for the missing sugar the semi sweet would have that the unsweetened lacks.  But I have not substituted all unsweetened for semi sweet.

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 11:42 PM EDT
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Thanks for the information Carol P.  Sounds delicious!!!

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/8/2011 12:58 AM EDT
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In Response to Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge : Carol... Which recipe did you use for the fudge?  Also, did you use maraschino cherries and how much! Boy, this sound yummy, never gave it a thought to use cherries!  Woo-Hoo! Thanks!
Posted by Susan K


Susan, It's under recipes, recently added, first page, 4th one down. This is where VBB put all the
recipes with the dark choc. It calls for 3/4 cup of dried cherries, coarsely chopped. I used between
1/2 to 3/4 cup because I added a 1/2 cup of chopped walnuts. If you use Maraschino cherries, I
would make sure that they were drained really good and maybe use a paper towel to dry them.
It would taste a little sweeter than the dried cherries, but I think it would taste great. Let me know
when you try it. I like maraschino cherries.

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/8/2011 8:16 AM EDT
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Costo and Sams are both in St. Louis but I don't go there often enough to make paying for a membership worth while.  
Posted by Nancy G


Nancy, I am sure that someone in your church is a member of Sam's or Costco just ask if you can tag along one shopping trip or give them a list of items to check prices on then during their next shopping trip they can pick up what you want. 
I would be more than happy to take you shopping with me. And I have plenty of room for you to stay and I would take you to the discount nut warehouse as well. Have a Sam's about 1.5 miles away and a Costco about 5 miles away.

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/8/2011 8:35 AM EDT
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Nikki -- thank you for another great idea and suggestions .... a dear church woman buys all the kitchen/bathroom supplies at Sams.  And she and her family are great fans of cookies!!! 
Your invitation is kind and sweet.  I appreciate it so much ---- BUT I know I'm not really welcome because I won't come without my cats. Tongue out  I can't leave them here alone.  Wink

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/8/2011 10:49 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge:
In Response to Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge : Susan, It's under recipes, recently added, first page, 4th one down. This is where VBB put all the recipes with the dark choc. It calls for 3/4 cup of dried cherries, coarsely chopped. I used between 1/2 to 3/4 cup because I added a 1/2 cup of chopped walnuts. If you use Maraschino cherries, I would make sure that they were drained really good and maybe use a paper towel to dry them. It would taste a little sweeter than the dried cherries, but I think it would taste great. Let me know when you try it. I like maraschino cherries.
Posted by Carol P


Carol...

Thanks my friend! 
 
 I think I will have to get the ingredients and try making it this week!  I love Maraschino cherries too!  I will let you know!

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/9/2011 1:42 AM EDT
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In Response to Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge : Verlee,  Have you tried Target? Target is the only place that I have found them in the San Diego area.  The 99 cent stores down here have the Nestle's semisweet mini toppers for 99 cents!!
Posted by Carol P


Carol - I didn't think to check Target and there's one within walking distance of my home. Thank you!!
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