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A Secret Ingredient Takes This Fudge To A Whole New Level Of Amazing
I can’t think of anything more delightful than a big chunk of chocolate fudge. Wait – I take that back! I can think of something even better, and that’s a big chunk of this chocolate caramel fudge with and ingredient that totally amps up the flavor. I bet you’re wondering what that ingredient is, huh?
It’s Irish cream liqueur! No, this fudge won’t make you tipsy, unless you pour yourself a glass of this creamy nectar while you’re making these! I would recommend sticking to the fudge, though, because it’s so delicious it’ll make your head spin on its own.
There’s no need to fret – making fudge at home isn’t as difficult as you may think. A candy thermometer will be helpful in determining how long you should cook the fudge, to get that perfect, thick and soft consistency. Trust me, when you sink your teeth into these, it’s going to be almost impossible to stop until they’re all gone!
Sprinkle some flaky sea salt on top and you’ll get an irresistible combination of salty and sweet goodness. I can’t wait to make these again!
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Quick Tip: You can use different kinds of chocolate – you may want to adjust the amount of sugar if using a sweeter kind.