Black and White Fudge

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easy fudge recipeI realize that there are people out there who believe that coconut is not the most amazing thing ever.  To those people, I would just like to say…

You’re Wrong.

Coconut may not be better than chocolate, (Or peanut butter.  Or caramel.) but it is high on the list of amazing flavors.

And that is why I added coconut to the white chocolate part of this black and white fudge.  And you coconut fence-sitters needn’t worry, because I used the unsweetened coconut, which gives a milder flavor and texture than the regular sweetened variety.  I definitely think you should try it before you get all judgmental about it.

black and white chocolate fudge

 

Oh, also?  I’m lazy as crap, so this is not one of those recipes that has a bunch of ingredients, or requires annoying things like measuring the temperature or long bouts of whipping.

You’re welcome.

 

coconut fudge recipeFor my next trick, I will figure out how to turn this into a breakfast cereal.

Black and White Fudge
 
A very easy chocolate and white chocolate coconut fudge, making layers of black and white.
Category: Candy
Serves: 24
Ingredients
  • 2 cans sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 pkg dark chocolate chips (12 oz.)
  • 12 oz. white chocolate, chopped (baking chocolate preferable to chips)
  • ½ cup unsweetened shredded coconut
Instructions
  1. Melt together chocolate chips with 1 can condensed milk over a double boiler. (I use a heat-safe glass bowl over a pot of boiling water.) Once chips are melted and mixture is smooth, pour into a greased 8x8 pan.
  2. Chill for 1 hour or more.
  3. Melt together white chocolate and 1 can condensed milk over double boiler. Once white chocolate is melted and mixture is smooth, stir in coconut. Pour mixture over chilled chocolate fudge.
  4. Return to fridge and chill another 1-2 hours. Cut into squares.

 If you enjoy this recipe, you might also enjoy:

Mocha Coconut Fudge from How Sweet Eats

Coconut Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies from Two Peas & Their Pod

Chocolate Peppermint Fudge from Jen’s Favorite Cookies

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Comments

  1. This looks great! I love coconut.

  2. I couldn’t agree with you more: coconut rocks! I love this fudge recipe, totally great for gift giving, too!

  3. I agree with you! But try telling this to my family….
    I would looooooooove to eat a few of these – they look wonderful

  4. Totally agree! This looks amazing. I’d love for you to share this at Tuesday’s Table for the Holidays – http://zentmrs.blogspot.com/2012/12/tuesdays-table-countdown-to-christmas.html!

  5. I love coconut! There are better flavors, I admit; but coconut is high on my list. Great looking fudge. My wife has been making a lot of fudge lately, using a similar technique to yours. But not with coconut! Rest assured, I’ll share this link with her! ;-) Good stuff – thanks.

  6. Fudge always reminds me of our trip to Mackinac Island, such wonderful memories! My family adores a good piece of fudge…love the coconut!!

  7. I am so with you on the coconut…it’s THE BEST!!

  8. Whoa, this is taking fudge up a notch!! I made dark chocolate fudge last year to give away and they were a hit! I think with coconut inside, my mom might start swooning.

  9. Wow! Thanks for the recipe.

  10. Well, I might not agree on the coconut thing (actually, I kind of hate that stuff), but that fudge looks amazeballs! I really, really have to try making it because I have never made any, and this looks like the one I have been waiting for! I’m pinning it now for a quiet moment this weekend!

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