- fudge + -y (Wiktionary)
“So, with my nice chocolate and a new baking book, I chose Maida's Fudge Brownies, which she described as fudgy, moist and candylike.”
“It looks supremely fudgy, which is just the way I like it.”
“These Chocolate Brownie Cupcakes were a bit of an in between: kind of fudgy, kind of cakey.”
“He was a poor and often a "fudgy" draughtsman, gifted with extremely little humour, who had nevertheless worked a good deal at a Life Academy in the Tottenham”
“The tops of the cupcakes cracked like brownies while the insides were fudgy and sweet.”
“The chocolate cake is fudgy and moist while the vanilla cake adds a firmer more textured cake.”
“These first bars are fudgy and dense, made with a touch of yellow corn flour (this isn't cornmeal or cornstarch, mind you!), only 1/4 cup of margarine and a single egg white!”
“A shot of espresso, a shot of Kahlua, and always fun chocolate shot (AKA sprinkles) are never out of place in a fudgy brownie recipe, right?”
“Despite the clearing up involved, the results are hands down my favourite to date – all the butter has given Claire's tart a wonderfully fudgy flavour.”
“Put the sugar into a 20cm heavy-based ovenproof frying pan along with 50ml water and leave to soak for a couple of minutes, then cook over a medium heat until golden and fudgy.”
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