The other night, i was looking to satisfy said tooth, and so was he.
We were both looking through the pantry to discover something wonderful.
I discovered Wildtree Pound Cake mix, gifted me by my dear friend, Meredith. I didn't have any of their Rich Dark Chocolate Fudge Sauce, so my husband noted that we had sweetened condensed milk and unsweetened baking chocolate squares leftover from not enough Christmas baking.
So you guessed it.
I put one can of sweetened condensed milk in a saucepan on low.
While it was heating up very slowly, i opened 7 of the 8 one-ounce squares of unsweetened chocolate left in the box and cut them haphazardly on a cutting board.
When the sweetened condensed milk was sort of warm, i dumped in the chocolate and started stirring. I kept stirring until the chocolate was all melted and mixed in with the sweetened condensed milk.
The hubby loved it, but that's not what i want to tell you.
I didn't finish my piece, and it sat on the counter until the next morning. Well, there was this great
This stuff is my idea of dark chocolate fudge. I'm pretty sure that if i spread it out in a container and let it harden up, i could cut it up into really yummy squares that i would never want to stop eating (so i'm not going to do that, at least not right now).
Mind you, this "recipe" is nothing like any other fudge recipe you'll find, but i DIG dark chocolate, and this was really AWESOME.
So if you dig dark chocolate, and you happen to have unsweetened chocolate squares and sweetened condensed milk, and you really want some chocolate, you will be so happy you read my blog.