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Fantasy Fudge

Fantasy Fudge recipe
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This classic fudge with all its chocolatey, nutty goodness is so delicious it's almost unbelievable—almost.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
40 servings, about 2 squares each
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posted:
12/22/2003
THIS IS A HORRIBLE RECIPE. IT IS NOTHING LIKE THE OLD RECIPE. THE FUDGE DOES NOT SET UP FIRM ENOUGH TO SERVE IT. IT ALSO LACKS THE GOOD TASTE THAT YOUR PREVIOUS RECIPE HAD. SO MUCH FOR BEING A LOYAL CUSTOMER
posted:
12/22/2003
I want the old recepie back. My entire family loves it. It is the only family tradition I have we make the old recepie and then have it for breakfast when we open our presents. My family was very dissatisfied. PLEASE bring the old recepie back, I can't find it and christmas is arround the corner. Thank you
posted:
12/22/2003
I want the old marshmallow creme back and the old recipe too !!!!! Please!!!!Its all our family wants for our christmas celebrations, we have been loyal to you for many many years! Please be Loyal back ! We love the old one, and dont understand all the changes...Why? Help please! I am searching and searching for it! This fudge is not the same:(
posted:
12/21/2003
PLEASE BRING BACK THE OLD RECIPE IT WAS GREAT THIS ONE DID NOT HAVE THE SAME TASTE OR TEXTURE LUCKILY I HAD A COPY OF THE ORIGINAL RECIPE, BUT I DID WASTE TIME AND MONEY ON THE NEW VERSION
posted:
12/21/2003
This recipe is excellent. However, the one printed on the marshmallow creme jar has not turned out for me. I came to the website in hopes of finding this recipe. Kraft, please use this older recipe on your jars again. My fudge was a disappointment this year. I thought it was somethiing I did wrong, but my friends are having the same trouble. The fudge oozes oils and just does not turn out right. It tastes okay once you get all the ooze off. I have used "Fantasy Fudge" year after year as gifts and this older recipe works great.
posted:
12/21/2003
This is the only fudge we make, and there is never any left, everyone should try it.
posted:
12/21/2003
The Fantasy Fudge The original recipe is a lote better than this one you now have on the back of the Kraft Jet-Puffed Marshmallow creme! changes can be good But the OLD Recipe is BETTER :) can we please have the original recipe BACK :) Thank you
posted:
12/20/2003
I have made this fudge for the very first Time. I found it soft and mushy. I changed the recipe a bit...instead of the 3 cups of sugar...i put 4. Instead of lining the pan with foil...i used a buttered pan. It set Well and tasted great! Also...when cooking my ingredients....i bring to a boil til it gets to a softball stage....then i remove and add the chips instead of squares....vanilla and marshmallow creme. Try it....it worked for me.
posted:
12/20/2003
I made the old recipe for years, and proudly gave them in baskets to loved ones for the holdays. This new recipe does not set as well. I thougt I had done something wrong until I seached here. Thanks cook for the old recipe. KRAFT YOU NEED TO MAKE THE OLD RECIPE AVAILABLE HERE!!
posted:
12/20/2003
I make several batches of this recipe every Christmas and everyone raves- but, occasionally my fudge turns out oily!! I use the microwave recipe, and 90% of the time it's great, but what am I doing wrong so that it sometimes comes out oily? I can't figure it out! Can anybody help?
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