Chocolate Cherry Marshmallow Fudge
Check out this easy marshmallow recipe, a yummy Chocolate Cherry Marshmallow Fudge recipe from Inside Bru Crew Life. Fudge is one of those awesome chocolatey recipes that just satisfies your cravings for chocolate and your sweet tooth at the same time. There are so many different kinds of fudge out there as well which is so cool, and it can be fun to try out the different fudge flavours and try making the different fudge recipes at home. Usually you can find fudge for sale in grocery stores either in the baked goods section or in the chocolate bar section with all of the other chocolate bars. Sometimes there are whole stores dedicated to selling different kinds of fudge and chocolate and these specialty stores will have the best dark chocolate and use premium quality dark chocolate, milk chocolate and white chocolate for their fudge recipes.
The other place that fudge can be purchased is at farmer's markets, or at a stand in a mall or an amusement park. Since fudge is such a popular favourite dessert treat among people, you will find it in these places associated with having a good time and enjoying yourself. We know all about chocolate fudge, but there are also other flavours of fudge that are amazing like this chocolate cherry marshmallow fudge recipe you see here. Some other flavours of fudge are pumpkin fudge, caramel flavoured fudge, mint chocolate fudge, orange flavoured chocolate fudge, fudge with berries in it, rocky road fudge, butterscotch fudge, pistachio fudge, baily's flavoured fudge, peanut butter and chocolate fudge and so much more. Do you know what your favourite flavour of fudge is? Maybe this chocolate cherry marshmallow fudge could become your new favourite. And since it is so easy to make this dark chocolate and easy marshmallow dessert recipe at home, you can make it anytime you like.
Fudge was first mentioned in a letter written by an American girl in 1886. At that time, fudge could be purchased for only 40 cents a pound. Fudge began to be a popular treat that was made for charity fund raisers at colleges in the 1800s and early 1900s and then it became more popular to the general public from there. Fudge is usually made with a mixture of milk, sugar and butter, and then mixed with various ingredients to give it a specific flavour. For example, dark chocolate would be used in this recipe for chocolate cherry marshmallow fudge. The best dark chocolate to use is one that is organic and has little preservatives in it. The best dark chocolate is usually closest to one hundred percent cacao which has a nice, rich flavour and all of the nutrients in it still. When cacao is heated, it can lose some of these nutrients. This fudge recipe looks so fun with the pops of colour from the red maraschino cherries and the white marshmallows. These would be awesome to make anytime of the year, but the author from Inside Bru Crew Life suggests making them around Christmas or Valentine's Day. Pieces of this fudge would be awesome to give away as gifts to friends as well for any occasion, or to sell in a bake sale for a charity or fund raiser.
Thank you so much to Jocelyn from Inside Bru Crew Life for this awesome Chocolate Cherry Marshmallow Fudge recipe that we all can't wait to try out at home. Jocelyn is the author and the photographer of the Inside Bru Crew Life food blog that features dozens of great recipes including this one. She has many dessert recipes on her website, as well as entree recipes, appetizer recipes, breakfast recipes and so much more.**
Nutrition Facts for: Chocolate Cherry Marshmallow Fudge From Inside Bru Crew Life
Ingredients: Dark chocolate chips, butter, sweetened condensed milk, marshmallow cream, candied cherries, miniature marshmallows.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 64 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 98, Calories from Fat 22, Total Fat 2.4g 4%, Saturated Fat 1.5g 7%, Cholesterol 3mg 1%, Sodium 21mg 1%, Potassium 40mg 1%, Carbohydrates 19.0g 6%, Dietary Fiber 0.1g 0%, Sugars 10.8g, Protein 1.0g, Vitamin A 1%, Vitamin C 1%, Calcium 2%, Iron 1%
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