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If you like your chocolate a little, well, nutty, this Mocha Almond Fudge is an excellent choice. You can have this dessert prepped in under 20 minutes, and then after you give your refrigerator about three hours to chill it, it’s ready to cut up and serve. It’s about as simple a great-tasting dessert as you can get – only eight ingredients and five basic steps. There’s really no excuse to settle for store-bought fudge when it’s so easy to make at home. There’s not even any baking involved with this recipe.
You just prep a 9″ x 9″ baking dish; melt and stir together the chocolate, condensed milk, and butter on the stove over medium heat; stir in the espresso, salt, vanilla, and almond extract; fold in the chopped almonds; and pour the mixture into the baking dish and refrigerate it for several hours before cutting it up into individual servings.
The hardest part, really, is just waiting for it all to chill in the refrigerator!
Recipe and photo courtesy of 12 Tomatoes
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Quick tip: Try adding a pinch of chili powder!