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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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Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/6/2011 6:31 PM EDT
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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
take 2 hrs. to firm, only 1 hour. Sorry Nancy, I didn't have any pecans. Nestle's new dark choc.
chips have a very smooth taste, not bitter at all.  I did use the cherries!!

This is an awesome fudge!!!  Thank you Nestle's.

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/6/2011 7:23 PM EDT
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Sounds great Carol ..... I wondewr when we'll use the dark chocolate in something and not like it ?!!?

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 12:35 AM EDT
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Nancy,  I WOULD SAY NEVER!!!!!  It tasted really great with walnuts, but if I would have had pecans
it would have been awesome!!!! Nestle's dark choc. is a really smooth high quality tasting choc.
Looks like we are really going to enjoy baking with this product!!!

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 7:37 AM EDT
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it was grey great tasting.

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 7:41 AM EDT
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Carol -- I'm sure enjoying the Nestles Dark .....maybe too much.  
I have piles and piles of the semi-sweet in my freezer and I have to keep using it 'til it's gone.  Isn't it funny that I LOVED that stuff and now look at it as something I "have' to use up and be rid of it?!  That's just plain dumb.
Last night I made a batch of regular chocolate chip cookies and used the semi-sweet......... I'll take these to the kids at church Sunday morning.
When all the semi-sweet are gone I'll buy nothing except the dark.

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 8:21 AM EDT
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Yum! Sounds great and I haven't even tasted it yet!!

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 8:23 AM EDT
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Sounds like a must try recipe.  Yum!!

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 9:41 AM EDT
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oh yea this is going to be a hit with my family. Thanks for posting this.

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 12:09 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge:
Carol -- I'm sure enjoying the Nestles Dark .....maybe too much.   I have piles and piles of the semi-sweet in my freezer and I have to keep using it 'til it's gone.  Isn't it funny that I LOVED that stuff and now look at it as something I "have' to use up and be rid of it?!  That's just plain dumb. Last night I made a batch of regular chocolate chip cookies and used the semi-sweet......... I'll take these to the kids at church Sunday morning. When all the semi-sweet are gone I'll buy nothing except the dark.
Posted by Nancy G

Nancy, mix the semi sweet with the dark chocolate.  You will still get the more intense flavor of the dark but use up some of the semi sweet in the process.  You can also do this in recipes that have other chocolate added like cocoa or unsweetened chocolate. 

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 1:37 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?

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 3:42 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge:
Carol -- I'm sure enjoying the Nestles Dark .....maybe too much.   I have piles and piles of the semi-sweet in my freezer and I have to keep using it 'til it's gone.  Isn't it funny that I LOVED that stuff and now look at it as something I "have' to use up and be rid of it?!  That's just plain dumb. Last night I made a batch of regular chocolate chip cookies and used the semi-sweet......... I'll take these to the kids at church Sunday morning. When all the semi-sweet are gone I'll buy nothing except the dark.
Posted by Nancy G


Nancy,  I have 5  72 oz. bags of semisweet plus smaller bags. I have to do a lot of Christmas baking
with them so they will get used up and choc. chip cookies for the grandkids. I'm saving the dark choc.
for me and hubby. I wish I would have got more than 4 bags when they were on sale.

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 5:03 PM EDT
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Ok, now I just HAVE to go out & buy the DARK chocolate!

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 6:10 PM EDT
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Do get some Lisa -- you'll soon find out why all of us love it so much.

Carol -- I've never even SEEN a 72 oz bag.  WalMart carries a 24 oz (I think it's 24 oz) bag but I never buy it because it's usually a cent or two higher per lb than the smaller bag. ???

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 6:15 PM EDT
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In Response to Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge:
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 take 2 hrs. to firm, only 1 hour. Sorry Nancy, I didn't have any pecans. Nestle's new dark choc. chips have a very smooth taste, not bitter at all.  I did use the cherries!! This is an awesome fudge!!!  Thank you Nestle's.
Posted by Carol P


Thanks for mentioning this recipe sounds great.I'm sure the guys will love this!

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 7:06 PM EDT
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Nancy, the 72 oz bags are available at Costco.  I always buy the semi-sweet that way.  They may be available at other warehouse stores....Maybe Sam's Club?  Not sure.

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 7:46 PM EDT
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Nancy,  I always get the 72 oz bags at Costco.  The last time I got them they had coupons, $2.00 off
each bag. I got 4 bags!!! I also get my dried cherries in a 20 oz bag. They are cheaper than other
grocery stores. Do you have a Sams Club or a Costco near you?

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 7:52 PM EDT
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Still looking for the dark chocolate chips in the Los Angeles area...Cry

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 8:00 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge:
Still looking for the dark chocolate chips in the Los Angeles area...
Posted by Verlee T


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!!

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 8:34 PM EDT
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In Response to Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge:
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 take 2 hrs. to firm, only 1 hour. Sorry Nancy, I didn't have any pecans. Nestle's new dark choc. chips have a very smooth taste, not bitter at all.  I did use the cherries!! This is an awesome fudge!!!  Thank you Nestle's.
Posted by Carol P


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!

Re: Nestle's Dark Chocolate Cherry Fudge

posted at 5/7/2011 8:43 PM 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.  Undecided
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