Two layers of fudge and cookie chunks makes this Mint Chocolate Cookies and Cream Fudge kind of hard to resist.
Today is my reveal for the secret recipe club.
This month I had the priviledge of choosing a recipe from Hilary's blog, Baking Bad.
I was pretty excited to get hers because she lives about an hour from me, but we have never met...one day, maybe?
I was so inspired to cook some better food as I went through her blog...inspired to actually make some yummy food.
But my heart is always pounding after yummy sounding and tasting desserts, so off I went to check out her treats. I knew the minute I saw her mint fudge.
That was it...plus I had just bought mint Oreos. Cha-ching!!!! This was going to be awesome!
And the best part was going back later and realizing that Hilary adapted it from my blogging BFF Aimee.
If you have been reading my blog for any time at all, you know one major thing about me...I love to jazz my desserts up with all sorts of sugar bling. Hilary's fudge got the royal treatment in my kitchen.
First it was given a bottom layer of dark chocolate fudge. Then it was topped off with the cookies and cream layer that had been colored a bright fun green color.
I seem to have a thing for two toned fudge. Remember this Cappuccino Fudge and this Red Hot Oreo Fudge???
This Mint Chocolate Cookies and Cream Fudge may have converted me from just using a can of frosting for my fudge. I absolutely loved how creamy the sweetened condensed milk and fluff made it.
Definitely a good thing I sent most of it to work with my husband. Otherwise, I would be face planting right into the pan about now!!!
The recipe says 1/2 marshmallow cream 7 oz jar does that mean the whole 7 oz jar or half of the jar?
No, it's half the 7 ounce jar...which is 3/4 cup. I went ahead and fixed the recipe to say that. Thanks for the heads up on how unclear I wrote that.
Hi there, these look amazing. Just wondering what Marshmallow Cream is? I'm in
Marshmallow cream is a spreadable marshmallow mixture that is sold in jars in most stores. You can usually find in the same aisle as the regular marshmallows.
Thanx for the reply. Do u know if it's sold in Australia? Or what else I could use instead?
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Oh my, I have just found this recipe and can't wait to make it! Thanks for sharing.
I happy you found it too 🙂 I can't wait to hear what you think of the fudge!!!
Is condensed milk correct or is it sweetened condensed milk?
Sorry about that...yes, it is sweetened condensed milk. I'll make sure I update that recipe.
Hi there. Just wondering, how does an 8x8 inch pan yield 50 squares? Or is this recipe meant to make more than one pan? I'm needing something to take into work, but one 8x8 pan just isn't going to do it. I'm not an experienced baker, so maybe I'm missing something 🙂 Thank you!
Hi, Robin. I used an 8x8 pan for the whole batch. It is really thick and sweet, so you will cut the pieces smaller.
Still waiting for top layer to set...12 hours later. Very disappointed.
I am so sorry to hear that. Did your bottom layer set up? I use this base on all my fudge recipes and have never had any problems.
I would eat the entire pan if I made this recipe! Maybe for the next time it is our turn to bring snacks.
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I had a few moments and thought I'd go back through the SRC club archives and I'm soooo glad I did. These look delish. Chocolate and mint.... oohhhh be still my heart. Pinning these now.
I just wanted to let you know I featured you on Blissful and Domestic today. Stop and grab a button:>
Those look awesome! Choco-mint is my all-time-fave combo!
This fudge looks so yummy! It could be very addicting! 🙂 We loved having you join us at "Strut Your Stuff Saturday." Hope to see you back next week! -The Sisters
So fun! I really want to join the SRC but there is a list. This fudge looks divine. It's nice to see recipe like this so I know that fudge isn't just for Christmas. Although, I certainly don't need to eat it year round. I'd love it if you stopped by my linky to share this. http://acraftycook.blogspot.com/2012/03/1-month-of-fun-march-link-party.html