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Fixing Sticky Irish Cream Fudge?

After reading some of the comments I realized I had made a couple of mistakes. My fudge came out like taffy, but super delicious. I didn't melt the chips long enough, I used the double pan method with water. For some reason I have problems melting chocolate in the microwave it gets too hard before completely melting. Also, I added too much Irish cream. Any suggestions what I can do with it? Since this first batch I have made several more and found that if I mix the condensed milk and the alcohol together first then add it to the melted chocolate it doesn't get super stiff and blends better.

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December 16, 20180 found this helpful

You could add to plain milk for a delicious beverage. You could also top ice cream with it.

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December 18, 20180 found this helpful

If it is taffy like, can you cut it into little chips and use it as a topping for ice cream or use the chips to decorate cupcake icing?

It sounds yummy! I am amazed how many fudge fails turn into even better dessert items.

Post back what you decide.

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