This German Chocolate Fudge Recipe is a perfect combination of a rich chocolate base and the classic coconut pecan topping. I love this option for an easy chocolate fudge recipe, and it is always a hit with crowds.
NOTE: If you've never used or worked with Chocolate Almond Bark before, it's typically found on the baking isle in the section where the chocolate chips are, and other meting chocolates. It comes in Chocolate and White Chocolate, and is really easy to work with. It has nothing to do with almonds, and does not contain almonds. I'm not sure why it's called Almond Bark. ABOUT THE TOPPING: Make sure you constantly stir the topping when it's on the stove, or it will burn. It will stick in the bottom before you know it's sticking, and it will ruin the topping. Make sure you do bring it to a boil, stirring constantly, and continue stirring it while it cooks and thickens. ALSO: if you have someone who is allergic to Nuts, you can substitute pretzels for the nuts; just break them into really small pieces to resemble chopped nuts.