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Tried It Out Thursday: Evil Fudge Balls

A little while ago I came across this recipe over at Gracious Rain and I wanted to make them immediately!! My husband's favorite chocolate of all time is a Symphony bar. So when I saw this was the main ingredient, I knew it had to be a good one and it did not disappoint.  It was easy and oh so EVIL, because once you have one, you have to have another and another..... They are AMAZINGLY DELICIOUS!!
Evil Fudge Balls
recipe from Gracious Rain

3 large Symphony chocolate bars (about 16 oz.) I used the one with toffee and almond bits.
4 oz. frozen whipped topping
Vanilla Wafers–crushed
Melt chocolate in the microwave until melted and smooth. Cool slightly.
Spoon the frozen cool whip into the chocolate and mix until well blended.
It will most likely be way too soft to roll, but if you have a small scoop you could still do it. If not, refrigerate for about 1 hour or until the chocolate is firm enough to spoon and roll into balls.
Drop in crushed Vanilla Wafers and coat thoroughly.
I am really missing my food processor!! Crushing the cookies with out it was not as effective, but it worked!!
Refrigerate in an air tight container
Warning: THESE ARE ADDICTIVE!!
Thanks Launi for an amazing recipe!! Her pictures are much better than mine!!

Comments

  1. Maybe I had better bookmark this for the mailman at Christmas...lol....Hubby is a retired mailman too. They look decadent.

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  2. I am not a huge sweets fan (prefer salty snacks), but these sound amazing. I will have to give them a try.

    My daughter takes treats to her job every week. They tend to always request chocolatey things. I'm thinkin' this recipe would be a great one for her to take in.

    Blessings,
    Patti

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  3. These look like they are addictive :)

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  4. These look WAY TOO GOOD! But I'm afraid I wouldn't get past the part where I'm supposed to open 3 Symphony bars and not devour them then and there! How did you do it??

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  5. Holy crud! These look and sound delish!!!! The Symphony Bar with toffee and almonds is my absolute fav also. But into little balls of goodness??? I'm so all over it! Thanks for another fantastic recipe!

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  6. These are trully evil Tiffanee. They would completely ruin my diet if I had them here!

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  7. I have had a version of these before (without the Symphony Bars) and I agree with you they are good. Joni

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  8. This recipe does sound sinful, so they must be delicious!

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  9. I totally get why you'd want to make these immediately. I'd probably want you to make them quickly too. LOL
    Thanks for sharing such a simple and yummy treat!

    Flavourful wishes,
    Claudia

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