Evil Fudge Balls

Fudge Balls 2

Here’s a sinful little thing that traditionally, we save for Christmas time. But since we have way too many treats and goodies to make in December, I decided to stretch out the bliss. So we’re making these little devils for Valentine’s Day. We should be spreading out the holidays any-who. Don’t you agree?

I never thought I’d share this one–because, well because I’m actually very selfish at heart. Or maybe it’s because I’m certain that when the whole world reads this recipe–there will be an incredible run on the Symphony bar market…and there won’t be enough to go around…for me. Either thing is true.

Ok, ok…I’ll risk it.

This is a pretty darn simple recipe. So get ready for some complete decadence that there is no excuse for. I mean it.

Evil Fudge Balls

Ingredients:

2 lbs. Symphony bar chocolate

8 oz. frozen Cool Whip

Vanilla Wafers–crushed

Directions:

Melt chocolate over a double boiler being careful not to even get one teensy tiny drop of water in the bowl. Cool slightly. Spoon the frozen cool whip into a mixing bowl and pour the chocolate over it. Mix on medium speed until well blended.

It will most likely be way too soft to roll,  but if you have a small scoop like mine–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 each fudge ball into a bowl of  crushed Vanilla Wafers and coat thoroughly.

Refrigerate in an air tight container and refrain from telling anyone that you made these. I mean, seriously…they’re worth beating somebody up for. 

And you don’t want that somebody to be you.

Trust me on this.

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Evil Fudge Balls
 
Ingredients
  • 2 lbs. Symphony bar chocolate
  • 8 oz. frozen Cool Whip
  • Vanilla Wafers–crushed
Instructions
  1. Melt chocolate over a double boiler being careful not to even get one teensy tiny drop of water in the bowl.
  2. Cool slightly.
  3. Spoon the frozen cool whip into a mixing bowl and pour the chocolate over it.
  4. Mix on medium speed until well blended.
  5. Refrigerate for about 1 hour or until the chocolate is firm enough to spoon and roll into balls.
  6. Drop into crushed Vanilla Wafers and coat thoroughly.
  7. Refrigerate in an air tight container

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27 thoughts on “Evil Fudge Balls

  1. I felt that way about my buckeye recipe. These look awesome!

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    Launi Reply:

    And we’re dang glad you shared that with us…wait…you DIDn’t share that with us. Hmmm…

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  2. Oh, these look so good!! I’ll bet you could roll them in anything too, like crushed almonds or walnuts or coconut. These would make great Valentine chocolates!! You are amazing.

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    Launi Reply:

    Yes, well, I’m a purist and to me, any other thing besides the cookies is pure blasphemy–especially the coconut part (see the “about me” page).
    But then, perhaps I need to get out more…or something. :}

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  3. It has been soooooooooo long since I happened to be in the right place a the right time (ie your house when there were fudge balls). Thank heavens for your family. I’m too far away to just happen to show up for a visit and stay long enough to eat them all! They are the absolute best!

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    Launi Reply:

    There now, see? Did you ever expect such a glorious thing on a random, Wednesday morning? Excuse me…I need fudge balls…I mean breakfast.
    ha!

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  4. These are little EVIL things! I LOVE them! I feel like I’m plankton, and you just handed me the Krabby Patty recipe!! 🙂 heheheh…; ) Thanks man!

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    Launi Reply:

    So does that make me Mr. Crabs or Spongebob? Either way—yikes!
    :}

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  5. I think I just saw a pig fly by outside my window.

    And, come to think of it, I heard the Devil has taken up skiing.

    Amazing.

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    Launi Reply:

    Yes, well, I came to the conclusion that this was easier that buying 40lbs of chocolate each season and attempting to make fudge balls for the entire civilized world. Now, we can buy 40lbs of chocolate and eat it all ourselves. HA!

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  6. There will be many who are glad you decided not to be selfish at heart with this one. 🙂 I sure appreciate you sharing this recipe. It’s going to make a great Valentine gift to pass out to hair dressers, nail techs, mail carrier, etc. That’s if there are any left after hubby sees them. Guess I’ll have to make them when he’s not home. 😉 Thank you for sharing!!!

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    Launi Reply:

    I’m hoping for a bucket full of Celestial points with this one–let me tell you. Your man is about to have a new favorite thing–besides you, of course!

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  7. I’m in LOVE with these! They are one of my favorite treats on the whole planet! 😀

    If you’re looking for more ways to spread out the holidays… you could always start making fudge balls for MY BIRTHDAY!!! *:D* That would be perfect! 😉

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    Launi Reply:

    …noted.
    :]

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  8. Umm…I just came home from the grocery store but I’m about to turn right around and go get these ingredients. They look soooo good. Thanks for sharing! I will be making them for sure!

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    Launi Reply:

    That’s right–you just go back out there and get the essentials of life! heh…

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  9. Made the evil balls… my coworkers have bugged me until I made a second batch of them. Thank you so much for sharing the wonderful recipe. I love this website.

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    Launi Reply:

    I’m sooo glad they turned out well AND I’m glad you love the blog–THAT makes me sooo happy!

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  10. I made these and they were amazing!! I posted them on my Tried it out Thursday post, linking it to you and giving you all the credit of course for this brilliant recipe!! I hope this is all right!! Thanks!

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    Launi Reply:

    Wow–thanks! Glad you loved them. Thanks for the link.
    :}

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  11. Hi do you really use 4 of the giant size symphony bars and one small cool whip? I think that is 2lbs lol Also how many balls does this recipe make and will they keep in the fridge for a few days or are they best eaten asap?

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    Launi Reply:

    Well…yes. That’s how we make them. :} I don’t really know how many it makes. I have a 2 tsp. cookie scoop that I use to measure them out and I get about a cookie sheet full. You can keep them in a Tupperware-type container with a lid on it, in the fridge for a couple of weeks. We’ve done it many times–but I’ll say you’ll have a hard time NOT eating them asap. Hahaha.
    :]

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  12. Oh my heck! I’ve been searching for these for years and only one place had them a couple years ago, at our county fair! I call them Better Than Sex Chocolate Balls. U have made me the happiest woman right now!

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