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"Never had a batch of fudge fail so spectacularly with such expensive and hard to get ingredients. Reached temperature before it even boiled. Beat it until my arm nearly fell off and it's still liquid. Hoping I can save it by heating it again."
"Won't give any stars yet. This is the first time I've made them. But I think it's important to note that the recipe should be made with Hershey's Original Supreme Brownie mix. I used another brand. When the instructions said to "add syrup pouch" I didn't have one. I was concerned that the dough would be too dry, so I added a couple of tablespoons ..."
"Lovely combination of flavors. I love the taste combination of cherry and almond. But getting the white chocolate on it a messy task. Next time I will use a bag to apply the second coat."
"Fast, lovely and very traditionally. This recipe is a keeper. The only problem was the cost of cardamom. Next year I'll order it from Penzey's."
"At last! A good recipe that does not require simple syrup! I never had sweet tea until I moved to California (strange since I was born in West Virginia) but I quickly became addicted and would take an hour's drive to the nearest McDonald's that served it. But with little gas in the tank and less money in the bank, I tried this recipe. Cha-ching! ..."
"I tried this with recipe #35950 and it was a disaster. They were greasy and smelled bad and tasted worse. No stars because I don't think it's the recipe's fault. Just a warning."
"I mixed these twice. The first time they melted into a giant soupy mess that ran off the tray and burnt on the bottom of the oven. The second time they melted and spread out to nearly 3 inches before they started to set. I'm not at any elevation so that's not the problem. It the amount of flour correct? What am I doing wrong?"
"Despite having some problems (not the recipe's fault!) in coating the patties, these were a big hit at my Christmas party. I will be making them again. After all, practice makes perfect."
"Used a food processor in place of the food grinder. Couldn't afford cardamom so I used half cinnamon and half nutmeg. I used cocoa, coffee, sesame seeds and coconut to coat them. My DB said he liked the sesame the best. He ate two before I could save them."