Dark Kiss Fudge

Tam D


My daughter created this recipe, and we developed it together. It has a smooth, creamy texture with a surprising "bite" ;) The perfect treat for your Valentine, or anytime. We hope you like it.

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about 64 pieces
5 Min
15 Min
Stove Top


1 c
14 oz
cinnamon imperials candy
1/2 c
1/2 tsp
2/3 c
2 c
good quality dark chocolate chips
1 tsp
1 jar(s)
marshmallow creme

How to Make Dark Kiss Fudge


  • 1Prepare a 9x9 baking dish with food release spray. Set aside.
  • 2On medium-low heat begin melting the butter in a large, heavy 3 qt. saucepan.
  • 3Stir in the cinnamon candy, then add the sugar, salt, and half-n-half.
    Stir constantly, as the candy begins to melt.
  • 4When the candy is mostly melted, increase heat to medium. Stir constantly.

    Continue to cook and stir until the mixture reaches a rolling boil. Cook hard, stirring constantly, 5 minutes.
  • 5Remove from heat. Stir in the chocolate chips. Then add the marshmallow creme and vanilla.

    Stir vigorously as chocolate melts and marshmallow is thoroughly incorporated.
  • 6When the ingredients are combined, pour the fudge into the prepared pan.
    Allow to cool to room temperature, then refrigerate until firm.
  • 7Serve at room temp.

    1) We thought the flavor was better after it sat overnight.
    2) I used vanilla, but you may like to try cinnamon flavoring. My daughter suggests cinnamon schnopps :)
    3) I use Silk brand soy creamer instead of half-n-half, and you could also substitute evaporated milk.
    4) The chocolate I used was 62%. Higher cacao content would be good, but I don't recommend less.
    5) My family thinks the texture is perfect for serving "truffle-style", rolled in crushed cinnamon candy or cocoa powder.
    6) For holiday or special occasion presentation, consider serving individual pieces in decorative mini paper cups.

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About Dark Kiss Fudge

Course/Dish: Candies, Chocolate
Main Ingredient: Sugar
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy