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Sue's Chocolate Fudge



20 slice(s)

Sue's Chocolate Fudge

  • 200 grams Dark cooking chocolate, chopped
  • 150 grams unsalted butter cubed
  • 80 grams desicated coconut
  • 200 grams brown sugar or rapadura
  • 3 eggs, lightly beaten
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
  • 200 grams Self Raising Flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 100 grams walnuts
  • 6
    Preparation 10min
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Recipe's preparation

    Sue's Chocolate Fudge
  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees, line slice pan with baking paper

  2. Grate cooking chocolate on speed 9 for 10 seconds

  3. Add butter and melt at 80 degrees for 3 mins on speed 3

  4. Mix brown sugar, eggs & vanilla with melted chocolate for 3 seconds on speed 5

  5. Mix in remaining ingredients - flour, baking powder and walnuts - 5 seconds on speed 3

  6. Without delay, pour into lined tray and bake for 30 minutes in hot oven


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Can omit or replace walnuts with pecans or nuts of choice.

Seved with fresh berries and vanilla ice-cream as a desert or perfect for morning tea

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  • :bigsmile:This was so easy

    Submitted by tanyalock on 16. June 2012 - 21:10.

    Big Smile

    This was so easy and yummy.  6 Happy kids and 4 happy adults for our dessert tonight with a bit of icecream and strawberries


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  • Hi, just sat down with a

    Submitted by Daisy on 2. March 2012 - 19:33.

    Hi, just sat down with a cuppa and a piece of this awesome brownie!  Must admit the first time I made it it was a disaster. I chose the wrong size tin. Had an errupting volcano happening, then it caught fire in the bottom of the oven.  Can definately recommend this one tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.)































































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  • Great brownie recipe, rises

    Submitted by tracy_hilton on 23. January 2012 - 13:26.

    Great brownie recipe, rises quite high but comes back down again when taken out of the oven.  Also added 80g of white choc bits and cooked for 32 minutes to get just the right fudgie consistency without drying out the outer brownies to much.  Recipe title quite misleading as this is def a brownie recipe, not fudge.    Don't forget the coconut in step 5 as it is not mentioned.

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  •    My daughter was desperate

    Submitted by ajb on 12. November 2011 - 09:02.

    Cooking 6   My daughter was desperate for this recipe this morning to take to a scout camp she is running for her 'Leadership Red Cord'!  It was scrumdiddlyumptious!!  Followed the recipe to the letter - well, almost!  Forgot the coconut & used macadamias instead of walnuts.  Bottom was soft & top was crunchy, almost chewy, just like it's meant to be - not bad for my first ever batch of brownies!  Thanks Sue for sharing THE best brownie recipe ever!!

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  • The  chocolate fudge looks

    Submitted by Desi on 11. October 2011 - 23:21.

    The  chocolate fudge looks delicious. I will try it soon. Thank you. Desi tmrc_emoticons.)


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  • ;)  this was the standard

    Submitted by Kelly Bolger - Area Manager NSW Nor on 24. September 2011 - 16:18.

    tmrc_emoticons.;)  this was the standard weekend treat which we used to make as kids, mum never liked baking so she taught me how to make this, old method of melting chocolate in a double saucepan, lots of pots and pans and measuring cups, all made so easy in the Thermomix. Give it a try!

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