Mocha Fudge #SundaySupper

Mocha Fudge is a simple, delicious chocolate fudge recipe made in less than 10 minutes using only 3 ingredients!

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Before I tell you about this Mocha Fudge recipe, I have to tell you about the first Valentine’s Day that Mike and I celebrated together.  I had the day off of work, so I planned to make a special dinner.  Artichoke Crostini, filet mignon with a red wine sauce, salad with homemade vinaigrette and chocolate mousse were on the menu.  I had the entire day to shop, cook and get everything ready.  Easy right?  Well, I should also mention that it happened to be my first time making all of the recipes (except for the vinaigrette, which is an original).

I had everything prioritized to get as much done ahead of time as possible – bread was toasted, salad was tossed, vinaigrette was made. I figured it would be easy to make the chocolate mousse ahead of time too.  Everything was going great until….while I was making the mousse, the chocolate seized!  I tried to fix it, but as it was my first time making it clearly I had no clue what I was doing 🙂  I did not have an alternative dessert planned, so had to think fast and get creative. Valentine’s dinner is simply not complete without dessert (or chocolate)!  I scoured my pantry, found condensed milk and chocolate chips.  I added a little espresso powder, and in 10 minutes, whipped together a simple Mocha Fudge recipe that would be perfectly chilled in time for the end of dinner. The rest of dinner was a success, and Mocha Fudge ended up the perfect dessert to go with the meal.

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Mocha Fudge has a deep chocolate flavor with a hint of coffee.  It is smooth and rich without being over the top.  Needless to say, Mocha Fudge is an easy dessert that can be made using ingredients found in your pantry.  Perfect for a last minute treat, to make for a special someone or quickly satisfy a chocolate fix!

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Mocha Fudge #SundaySupper
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 can condensed milk
  • 12 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 teaspoon espresso powder
Instructions
  1. Line a 8-inch baking pan with parchment paper and set aside.
  2. In a sauce pan over medium heat, put condensed milk and chocolate chips. Stirring frequently, cook until chocolate chips melt and mixture is smooth.
  3. Remove from heat and stir in espresso powder.
  4. Pour mixture into prepared baking pan. Put in the refrigerator until set. Cut into squares.
Notes
Best enjoyed when removed from refrigerator 30 minutes before serving. Store in refrigerator.

This week for Sunday Supper, we are celebrating Valentine’s Day with a special someone…Gallo Family Vineyards!  The theme is (obviously) Valentine’s Day Wine Pairings.  The group is sharing unique Valentine’s Day recipes that everyone will love, from a delicious brunch to appetizers for two to a decadent dinner to a special dessert.

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Each of these recipes will be paired with either Gallo’s Sweet Red or Riesling wines.   These wines are smooth, fruity and so versatile that they can go well with savory or sweet foods (from appetizers to dessert).  The Sweet Red is a delightful pair with Mocha Fudge, as is the Riesling. Enjoy the wonderful recipes below, and I hope you find something special to make for your Valentine’s Day!
Alluring Appetizers and Brunch:

Magnificent Main Dishes:

Dazzling Desserts and Sweets:

For more delicious Valentine’s Day recipes, visit the Gallo Family Vineyards blog.

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Compensation was provided by Gallo Family Vineyards via Sunday Supper, LLC. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author, and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Gallo Family Vineyards.

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Comments

  1. This easy, decadent mocha fudge would be just as big a hit with my Valentine as any complicated dessert. The hubby and the kids would never refuse a batch of fudge 🙂

  2. This beats any store-bought Valentine’s candy – hands down!!

  3. Alida, loved reading about the first Valentine’s Day that you and Mike celebrated together! sounds like this mocha fudge saved the day!! it’s gorgeous and looks so good!!

  4. Chocolate and wine is the perfect combo! Especially for Valentine’s Day. Your fudge sounds wonderful and looks like the perfect texture too! yummmm

  5. Wow! This is so easy! I have to try to make some fudge!

  6. GREAT SAVE!!!! What quick thinking on quickly pulling this together. Seized chocolate is hard to recover from – and it’s never really the same. LOVE this recipe!

  7. I love homemade fudge, and even more so since this has expresso!

  8. What could be better than a perfect piece of fudge for Valentine’s Day? …. not much!

  9. Look at you, thinking on your feet. And to come up with this tasty treat! Smart lady!

  10. These fudge squares would make for a perfect gift for that special someone.

  11. This fudge is calling my name! Yum!

  12. That fudge looks absolutely divine. Gotta love the chocolate and wine combo!

  13. I think coffee and chocolate were made for each other. This fudge is GORGEOUS!

  14. I love fudge, I can never get enough of it. Plus Gallo rocks, so wine and fudge together are sheer perfection.

  15. I would love a glass of sweet red wine with that chocolate!

  16. Does anyone know if we are supposed to use sweetened condensed milk or evaporated milk?

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