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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.
10 min
25 min
40 servings, about 2 squares each
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As good as fudge gets!
I made this last night... I didn't have mini marshmallows so I just cut up the big ones. It worked!! I read other reviews and added my chocolate and marshmallows slowly. I have never made fudge before.. this turned out fantastic!! :) Making a double batch today!!
I've been making this fudge for over 30 years and it is always delicious and a hit with family & friends. Love it!
I make this every Christmas and send as gifts. Really simple to make, just have to wait for rolling boil and time it 5 min. Terrific!!!
I have made this fudge for many years my 3 sons are all grown and have kids now they all start on Thanksgiving asking for this fudge.I just mailed some to my son and family in AZ.
The absolute best fudge recipe out there! Been making this for years and everyone loves it!
I have made this fudge every Christmas for many years. It the only recipe I use. *****
This is easy, creamy, and yummy!
Have made this recipe for over 50 years now and never a problem. For those that are getting a grainy fudge, you're probably cooking it to fast so the sugar doesn't dissolve completely. My recipe says to use a heavy 3qt pan and medium heat, cook to rolling boil and 234* on candy thermometer(soft ball) stirring constintly for 4 minutes, then add marshmallow creme and chocolate, stirring till dissolved. Then instead of pouring it in a pan we always drop it by teaspoonfuls on waxed paper and it sets up fine. That way we can have some with nuts and some without as we can add the nuts to the batch after dropping some plain. It makes a nice presentation also and you can indulge more and not feel guilty as the pieces are smaller. Good Luck all hope this helps.
I have not made this for a year or so, but made it today. Came out perfect! Smooth and creamy texture, not grainy at all. Made the classic recipe with semi-sweet chocolate chips and brought it to a boil and stirred it for 5 minutes since I do not use a candy thermometer. Medium on my electric stove (5) would not bring iot to a boil after several minutes, turned it up to six and that seemed perfect for my stove. Delicious!
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