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What to do with failed fudge?

GiddyUpGo | Dec 26, 201401:33 PM     10

Every year I make a double batch of fudge to give to friends and family. This year, I had my husband make the fudge and something went terribly wrong. I wasn't watching so I don't know, he insists he followed the recipe but the fudge didn't set, it's just like this really thick, gloopy consistency. You can't slice it but you can scoop it.

It's a double batch so the thought of pitching it kills me, but there's sooo much of it. Does anyone have any ideas and/or recipes for what I might be able to do with it? Fudge cake maybe? Could I freeze it and use it for something else later rather than try to make a whole bunch of recipes out of it right now?

Thanks in advance for any ideas!

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