|Great German Recipes|
|by Lynn Hattery-Beyer|
This "quick-flip" spiral bound recipe book is the exact size of your recipe cards! A great gift or "stocking stuffer" for German-American friends ...
1 - 10 of 38 for german chocolate fudge
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Beat eggs; add ... and butter. Melt chocolate with small amount ... then add evaporated milk last. Pour in unbaked crust and bake at 350 degrees until firm.
Boil 5 minutes: ... dissolved. Add all chocolate ingredients until dissolved. ... jelly roll pan. This recipe is loaded with calories! Enjoy in moderation.
Combine all ingredients except nuts and coconut. Cook to soft ball stage. Remove from heat. Add nuts and coconut. Beat until thick and pour into pan. ...
Bake as directed; ... jar Butter Caramel Fudge Topping 8 oz. ... ice cream topping. Refrigerate several hours. Top with Cool Whip and Heath bits. Enjoy!
Mix milk, sugar, ... remove from heat. Add German chocolate, chocolate bits, marshmallow creme and nuts. Mix well. Put into large greased pan. Makes 5 pounds.
Prepare cake mix ... in 1/2 cup chocolate chips and drop ... 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes. Note: You can use 9 x 13 inch pan and bake until tests done.
Crumble cake into large bowl. Add fudge sauce, rum and ... until hard. Melt chocolate chips over very ... sprinkles. Makes about 50 balls. Can be frozen.
Make cake according to box. While warm, poke holes with toothpick. Pour milk over cake. Microwave jar of Mrs. Richardson's until soft. Pour over ...
Heat oven to ... apart and flatten slightly with palm of hand. Bake at 350 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes. Frost with chocolate or chocolate fudge frosting.
Bake cake mix ... Brand milk. Pour butterscotch caramel fudge topping over top and refrigerate. Then top with Cool Whip and sprinkle Heath bar pieces on top.
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