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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:
9/11/2009
big hit of the house... sneaky people. lol. easy to do for first time makers... and also suggest putting in refridgerator in the last hour
posted:
8/22/2009
This is the best fudge receipe that I have used. I recommend it all the time. My boyfriend lives in Alaska and I make it and send it to him at least once a month and he loves it. It smooth and creamy and taste wonderful.
posted:
6/14/2009
This is my husband's favorite fudge.
posted:
4/14/2009
My daughter made this--it was quick and easy to make.
posted:
2/17/2009
Super good & easy to make!
posted:
1/6/2009
Excellent! The inclusion of the temp to cook it to helped tremendously. Fantasy Fudge is a little sweeter than I'd like so might try subbing a little unsweetened chocolate for the semi sweet next time but otherwise it's perfect.
posted:
1/1/2009
This was the first time I have made fudge, and it turned out great! I substituted the chocolate squares with chocolate chips. Everyone said it was as good as mom's!
posted:
12/24/2008
I have made this for years also. I found it in one of those small Kraft Recipe books and it has always turned out great. I use waxed parchment paper or foil, but spray it with butter cooking spray. Never sticks. I make a cherry vanilla nut fudge with this too and it always gets raves at work
posted:
12/22/2008
I have been making this recipe since I was a kid, it has been a while since I have made it, but the classic version is way better since my mom makes it, too. Didn't it used to call for you to butter your pan instead of lining it with foil? I never did the foil before, since I always buttered my glass dish, can anyone out there help me out with this question?
posted:
12/22/2008
I had this at a church party, last night. It was so wonderful and smoothe, that I traded MY favorite recipe for Sweet Potato casserole for this one.
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