Recipes for Chocolate Chunks and Pieces

I just bought 12 10 oz. bags of dark chocolate chips and chunks. Why? Because they were 59 cents a bag. I could just sit and eat them by the handful, but I thought I should use some of them in baking.

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I'm looking for a fudge recipe that uses marshmallow cream and other chocolate recipes.

Anna from IN

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November 27, 20070 found this helpful

The recipe is on the back of the marshmallow creme jar. It is very good. good luck

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November 27, 20070 found this helpful

They make a good substitute for chocolate chips!

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November 27, 20070 found this helpful

Melt some down and dip potato chips(half of each one, make em large) or pretzels. Have fun dipping half of animal crackers, nilla wafers or other plain cookies or crackers to give as gifts or just for a special snack. Believe it or not, goldfish or scuba crackers and chocolate have an interesting taste.

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November 28, 20070 found this helpful

The easiest fudge recipe in the world is to melt a package of chocolate chips (or chunks) with a can of sweetened CONDENSED milk(like Eagle brand but there are many cheaper brands - like at Walmart, etc.). I put it in a bowl in the microwave on defrost for a few minutes, stir well and put it back in the microwave till it is smooth and the chocolate is all melted. Add a few drops of vanilla if you like the taste and walnuts or other nuts. You can add peanut butter or instant coffee granules, miniature marshmallows, just about anything. Pour it in a pan and let it set. Presto! Fudge!! And it is delicious!!

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November 29, 20070 found this helpful

Simple Fudge

1 can Pillsbury frosting of whatever flavor

6 oz chips of whatever flavor

1/2 to 1 cup finely chopped nuts - optional

The following order of making this fudge is important.

1. Line an 8 or 9" square pan with plastic wrap.

2. Melt chocolate chips 30 seconds at a time until melted.

3. Immediately stir in frosting (and nuts if desired).

4. Spread in pan. When set, cut into 1" squares.

Can be refrigerated to set more quickly.

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