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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:
12/9/2003
I have made this fudge for several years trying to get the same taste that grandma's had and now I use whole milk and sweet cream butter to obtain that taste. Carlorie count is undoubtedly more but the taste is worth it.
posted:
12/9/2003
I have made this receipe for many years, it only gets better each time I serve it to my guests. Thanks to Kraft Foods!!!
posted:
12/7/2003
lcorcoran - Use 1 package (12oz) of semi-sweet chocolate chips :)
posted:
12/7/2003
This fudge was enjoyable, but not wonderful. I usually make my fudge with a recipe that calls for sweetened condensed milk rather than evap milk and omits marshmallow altogether. In this recipe, I felt that the marshmallow overpowered the chocolate taste.
posted:
12/6/2003
I just noticed that the recipe on the website says to use "8 squares" of baking chocolate, but the recipe on the back of the Jet-Puffed Marshmallow Creme says to use "12 squares" of baking chocolate. I believe the old recipe (no longer in print) calls for 12 oz. of semi-sweet chocolate chips, so I believe the CORRECT recipe should use 12 squares (since each square is 1 oz.).
posted:
12/5/2003
My Mom made this for years. I see that baking chocolate is used now in stead of chocolate chips. Does anyone know the equivalent for the recipe. Thanks.
posted:
12/5/2003
I make this fudge all the time but in different ways instead of always using bakers choc semi sweet try using or adding differnt morsals like choc and butter scotch, peanut butter chips, white choc maple walnut or mint...they all turn out great.
posted:
12/5/2003
The fudge always comes out perfect, this recipe is a keeper. By the way, we omitted the nuts and it still turned out perfect!
posted:
12/5/2003
very easy to make and always turns out perfect
posted:
12/3/2003
I HAVE MADE THIS FUDGE FOR YEARS AND LAST YEAR WHEN IT WAS NOT ON THE MARSHMALLOW CREME JAR I DID NOT KNOW WHAT I WAS GOING TO DO FOR FUDGE. BUT I ALSO TRIED THE CREAMY FUDGE AND MY FAMILY LIKED IT ALSO. NOW I CAN'T FIND THAT RECIPE COULD SOMEONE PLEASE SEND IT TO ME. THANK YOU.
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