Amy Roloff is one of Oregon’s biggest celebrities, known worldwide for her hit TLC series, “Little People, Big World.” Did you know she’s also an incredible cook and has a brand called Amy Roloff’s Little Kitchen? Amy joins Molly Riehl in her kitchen to share her recipe for her famous fudge.

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Dark Chocolate Cherry Cordial Fudge

By Amy Roloff


1 ½ cups sugar

7oz marshmallow crème

5oz evaporated milk

4 tbsp butter

12 oz extra dark chocolate chips (Amy uses Guittard brand)

½ tsp vanilla extract

1 cup dried tart cherries

½ cup white chocolate chips, add a few drops or more of juice from maraschino cherry juice (for drizzle)


  1. Line an 8x8 or 9x9 pan with foil and butter bottom and sides of pan
  2. Combine sugar, marshmallow crème, evaporated milk and butter in heavy saucepan
  3. Cook over medium heat to a rolling boil, stirring constantly, cook about 5 minutes more while stirring constantly.
  4. Remove from heat, stir in chocolate chips and vanilla, and stir until smooth
  5. Once chocolate chips have melted and are smooth, fold in dried cherries, and stir until evenly dispersed
  6. Set aside until firm – a couple of hours
  7. Melt white chocolate chips and add a few drops from maraschino cherries and mix
  8. Drizzle “red” white chocolate sauce over fudge
  9. Let drizzle and set aside before removing fudge from foil pan (Amy recommends letting it sit overnight)
  10. Cut fudge into desired size pieces and serve on platter


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