Looking for the perfect chocolate fudge recipe but with a little twist? You are going to love this rich, smooth German chocolate fudge topped with a chewy coconut topping!
I got this delicious recipe for German Chocolate Fudge from our good friends the Tolmans. They are famous around here for their delicious treats, and they were so nice to share this fudge recipe with me and let me share it with all of you! And let me tell you, this recipe definitely lived up to the hype! In fact, this was the best, most creamy, melt in your mouth fudge I have ever had. And the German chocolate topping just made it over the top good! I had to hurry and give some away to my neighbors before I ate it all.
Just as a side note, I would definitely recommend getting GOOD chocolate chips for this recipe! (I use Guittard or Ghiradelli) chocolate chips. Trust me, the taste is worth the extra cost. If you use the cheap-o stuff you will risk the fudge getting grainy.
Looking for MORE fudge recipes?
Do you love fudge as much as we do? Yes? Then you know that one type of fudge just isn’t enough. Lucky for you, we have the BEST copycat recipe for See’s Fudge and for you peanut butter lovers, Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl fudge. No matter which fudge recipe you choose, you will not be disappointed.
You can store this German chocolate fudge in an air-tight container with the fudge separated with wax paper in between each layer. If you are worried about the coconut layer sticking, you can lightly spray the wax paper with cooking spray and then place over the layers. Store in the fridge (this will help it last longer and harden up better than it would at room temperature). Freezing is not recommended.