Christine’s Koko Samoa Fudge


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Product Code: Christine's Koko Samoa Fudge
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  1. James Abbott

    Wow. I love this recipe of Christine’s Koko Samoa Fudge. My wife too! Just made my first batch. A double. As Steve showed in the video I used a serrated blade to carve my block of Koko Samoa. He is right. The little chucks make it special. Just melts in your mouth with a bit of crunch. Yumm. I used some quality organic butter and half and half instead of milk. My choice as I made this in my kitchen at home. A test run before making it outdoors. The koko has very nice semi smoky coffeeish flavor that is hard to describe but, is a very pleasing and welcome taste. It tastes of the great outdoors even though made in the kitchen. Looks like I could make about 3 more double batches with the rest of the Koko Samoa block. Now that’s a GOOD thing. 🙂

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  • ⅓ C. Butter

  • ¼  C. grated Koko Samoa

  • 1 ½ C. Powdered Sugar

  • 1 tbsp Milk

  • Pinch of salt

1. Grate block of Koko samoa with a knife until you have 1/4 cup.

2. Melt butter and koko samoa together in saucepan.

3. When melted; add powdered sugar, salt, and milk. Cook together until well combined.

4. Cover and allow to cool. Best if left to sit at room temperature 8-10 hours.

( You might want to double this recipe. It’s really good!)

Cutting/grating Koko Samoa

The easiest way I have found to get the koko the right size is to grate it with a serrated knife in a pie tin to catch the shavings.

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