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VELVEETA® Fudge

VELVEETA® Fudge recipe
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You have to try it to believe it! This recipe makes the most delicious, chocolatey fudge! Among our loyal customers, this recipe is one of the most requested. Fool your ...read more
time
prep:
20 min
total:
3 hr 20 min
servings
total:
48 servings
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posted:
12/16/2014
I would not make this dish just by the ingredients.
posted:
12/16/2014
Be sure to follow the recipe as is. The cheese comes in 16 oz blocks (must use 12 oz of the cheese in order for it to set up correctly!! I didnt think it would matter if I used the whole block...Trial and Error I just have to eat it with a spoon!:-) Oh well - still delicious! I plan to make again correctly and roll into balls and then roll into coconut!
posted:
12/16/2014
My 16 yr old made this recipe last year. We served it at our christmas open house. It was a hit.(we didnt tell anyone the secret ingredient) Velveeta in chocolate is a gross thought.. but the fudge was good. Knowing the ingredient, I could taste a hint of the velveeta, but it was novel, easy and tasty.
posted:
12/16/2014
This truly is an excellent creamy fudge. My Aunt used to make it for Christmas 40+ years ago & we thought she was crazy for using Velveeta.... oh were we every wrong! Give it a whirl, you will be pleasantly surprised!
posted:
6/13/2013
awesome!!! might sound weird but is THE best fudge I have ever had/made
posted:
6/8/2013
I made this for our coffee fellowship at church. I always use the substitution for unsweetened chocolate, 3 Tbs cocoa + 1 Tbs shortening = 1 oz unsweetened chocolate. The fudge had a rich chocolate color and taste. Although I'm a die-hard, old-fashioned fudge lover, I will probably make this again. It was so easy and smooth and creamy. I found this recipe on a hang-tag at the grocery. Thank you for putting it out there.
posted:
12/19/2012
Been making this for years. Some won't try it if I tell them it's Velveeta, so I just wait until they have eaten some and like it, then I tell them. Was a hit at this years Christmas Party.
posted:
11/15/2011
A friend made this fudge and it was not dry like some fudge can be. It was so creamy and good. Then I found out it was made with Velveeta and thought they were kidding. I am not a fan of Velveeta but do purchase it for a potato casserole I make. Now I purchase it for fudge too! You can't taste the cheese whatsoever if you are following the directions. It is not gross by any stretch of the imagination as when I make it the plate never lasts an hour and none of my guests know Velveeta is in it unless they ask for the recipe. I highly recommend.
posted:
12/19/2010
GROSS. I was optimistic with all the great reviews, but it smells like velveeta and has the velveeta aftertaste. If you're going to eat it, try not to smell it. I would never recommend this to anyone.
posted:
5/20/2010
My mother in law made this for Christmas last year. It is absolutely the most amazing thing I have ever tasted! I fell in love with it. After I'd showered her with many compliments, she told me that it was made with Velveeta. I would have never thought. No, you cannot taste the velveeta if you never knew it was there. After knowing it was there, I was trying to pinpoint the cheese flavor, but you just can't. It's so creamy and wonderful!!!
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