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RECIPE: Best Fudge recipes?

Posted by bela67 (My Page) on
Tue, Dec 9, 08 at 14:09

I am going to make fudge and Christmas cookies this weekend. I always make buckeyes (PB fudge dipped in choco to look like a buckeye) it is my gmas recipe and without having it in front of me contained pb chips and sugar and maybe cream cheese but i don't remember, i know it didn't have marshmallow in it. I would love to have some yummy fun fudges to try other than the standard chocolate and peanut butter. I will get my gmas from home and post it tomorrow!


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RE: RECIPE: Best Fudge recipes?

CHOCOLATE BUTTERSCOTCH FUDGE
12 pz bag semi-sweet chocoalte chips
6 oz bag butterscotch chips
8 oz can sweetened condensed milk (like Eagle Brand)
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 cups pecan pieces

In a double boiler over medium low heat, mlet the chocolate & butterscotch chips. Remove from heat, stir into sweetened condensed milk & vanilla. Add the pecans & pour into a greased 8x8" pan. Refrigerate until firm before slicing.~~

DIVINITY FUDGE
3 cups sugar
1/2 cup corn syrup
3/4 cup water
1/2 tsp salt
2 egg whites
1 tsp vanilla
Chopped nuts

Combine first 3 ingredients. Place over low heat until sugar is dissolved. Cover & boil for 3 minutes only. Uncover & boil until it spins a thread. Take off heat & let stand while beating egg whites. Add salt & vanilla to stiffly beaten whites. Pour boiled mixture slowly into egg whites & beat until just ready to lose its sheen. If nuts are used, stir them in & drop by teaspoonsful onto waxed paper.~~


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RE: RECIPE: More Best Fudge recipes?

Here's a previous fudge thread.

Here is a link that might be useful: Fudge Recipes


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