Basic Sugar Free Fudge

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Every now and then I need a 'shot of chocolate'.

By 'shot of chocolate' I mean that deep, intense, melt in my mouth over-load of that chocolate taste.

Basic Sugar Free Fudge

Basic Sugar Free Fudge


I love that I can make a large batch of fudge and individually wrap pieces of it up to eat whenever I need a jolt of chocolate.
I also love that I can make sugar free fudge to give as a gift to anyone that I know who prefers the sugar free route when it comes to food and chocolate.


Fudge is not just for the holiday's

I could eat fudge any time of the year. Sometimes, I like fudge with nuts and/or other goodies in it. Other times, I like my fudge as is and in it's purest form.

There are so many ways to make fudge.
Ask 10 people how they make their fudge and you will probably get at least 12 answers. Am I right?
There are the classic methods- the kind that grandma probably used. There are the surprise methods- the occasional recipe that you see in a magazine which includes that ingredient that you had no idea could be included in your fudge.

This is the basic recipe.
The recipe that is the old standby. This is the recipe that I go to whenever I think that I want to experiment by adding something new to. It is also the recipe that I go to when I just want good old fashion basic fudge. Only, this recipe has no added sugar to it.


The recipe

I am using sugar alternative- Splenda. I am also using Greek Yogurt instead of heavy cream. For the chocolate, I use my favorite chips, Hershey's Sugar Free Chocolate Chips
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Basic Sugar Free Fudge
The basic go-to recipe for fudge that also has no added sugar to it
Ingredients
  • 1 Cup Greek Yogurt
  • 1 8 ounce bag Sugar Free Chocolate Chips
  • 2 cups equivelent Splenda or other sugar alternative
  • 2 tablespoons Butter
  • 1 tablspoon Vanilla Extract
Instructions
Make this in a microwave- Place your yogurt, chocolate chips, and butter in a large microwave-safe bowl. Microwave until the chips are melted- stirring every 45 seconds. Stir in your Splenda and vanilla extract.Press into your prepped baking dish and allow to cool.On the stove method- in a medium sauce pan on medium heat, melt your yogurt, chips and butter stirring as needed. When it begins to bubble, remove from heat and stir in your Splenda and vanilla extract. Press into prepped baking dish and allow to cool.To prep your baking dish. Use and 8X8 or similar sized glass baking dish. The easiest way to do this is to line the baking dish with foil and then grease the foil. You could also use parchment paper to line the dish, Then when the fudge has cooled, you just lift the lining out of the baking dish and cut your fudge into pieces. Easy right?Alternatives to Greek Yogurt- Milk,condensed milk (1 small can), or heavy cream.
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5 comments:

  1. I hope this is as yummy as it looks.

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  2. Oooh I could eat fudge anytime of the year too!! So fabulous!!

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  3. Oh wow!! Sugar free fudge?! This is going to happen often at my house.

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  4. looks delicious. I'm going to have to try it

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