Jenny's StoryMy husband is diabetic and I am pre-diabetic so we are trying to cut all of the sugar out of our diets. I have been trying various sugar free fudge recipes for years and none of them have come close to the real thing. I thought "real" homemade fudge would be something I'd have to give up, until I took some time experimenting and created this recipe.
It tastes so good, no one will ever suspect it is completely sugar free.
dry milk powder
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sugar free hershey's chocolate chips (9 oz)
1Combine the water and dry milk in a medium saucepan. Stir til smooth. Add the Splenda and butter and heat on stove on medium heat stirring constantly. Stir til butter is melted and mixture is warm but not boiling. Remove from heat.
2Stir chocolate chips and vanilla until chips are melted and mixture is smooth and glossy. (1 1/2 Cups of semi-sweet chocolate chips can be substituted if you can't find the Hershey's sugar free ones.)
3Fold in nuts. Pour onto wax paper and refrigerate until firm. (1-2 hours)
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Kathy Hildebrand maxxkatt - Aug 30, 2012
Thank you for posting. I am always looking for sugar free sweets
lillian dominguez lillybakes - Sep 22, 2012
I am type 2 diabetic and fudge is always on the sweet menu at Christmas time, so I will make this one! Thank you for sharing this one .. I just made some fudge today and could only have a tiny bite,