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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.
25 min
25 min
40 servings, about 2 squares each
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What did I do wrong? My kind of separated after I added the marshmallow and chocolate chips. Thought maybe I cooked it too long. Maybe I should use a mixer to mix it instead of a spoon. Flavor was good. Texture was bad.
Our family loves this recipe! We usually just make it during the holidays along with Christmas Cookies etc to give to family and friends/neighbors. We like to use pecans or walnuts in it or set a pecan half into the top of each square before it sets up.(Or what will later be a square once it is cooled and firm enough to cut into squares) We also make some plain for those who cannot eat nuts for various reasons.
I make the classic recipe and have for 30 years. If you make sure you bring it to a full rolling boil and cook, stirring constantly, for 5 min. (time it) then take it off the heat and stir in other ingredients it will turn out perfect. Been giving it as a gift for years.
I'm 47 and have made this recipe forever and my mom made it when I was little. I prefer a fudge that is firm enough that it does not need refrigerated. Once I hit the 234 degree soft boil point, I cook it an additional 4-5 minutes. I add the marshamallow and chocolate and mix a little at a time, but I keep the pot on medium heat the whole time. Once I get the vanilla and nuts in, I use my mixer and whip it to mix it thoroughly. I can't work fast enough by hand. Once I pour it into my pan and even it out, I let it cool overnight at room temp. Chill it for about an hour before cutting it to get clean, perfect squares.
This is the best fudge recipe. My family has been making it since I was I make it for my own family!
I knew I was picky about my fudge but never knew why I liked some and not others; I made this because it seemed it would be so easy and that's when I discovered the problem - I don't like the mouth feel with the marshmallow cream, it's too... soft, weird, slimey, I don't know. I like cooked fudge that has a grainier texture. I brought it to work and lots of people loved it so it's probably a good one for gift making.
Only use the Classic Fantasy Fudge Recipe.. Family can taste the difference. Everbody wants the recipe... This is where I send them and tell them not to use any other than this Classic recipe!
I have made this fantasy fudge receipe for years in the microwave. It tastes just as great as my mothers home made fudge she made from scratch when I was a kid. Thanks so much!!
Its a Christmas tradition. I started making this with my mom when I was in middle school for my friends at school for Christmas. Then, when I got to college I started making it in the microwave and giving it to my friends. It is always a huge hit! I use the chips instead and peanut butter chips for peanut butter fudge.
This is good. - for a change of taste, use peanut butter ships in place of the chocolate or chocolate chips - nuts optional. There used to be a recipe for a Ribbon version of the fudge which used 1/2 of the recipe which you put into the pan, then made the 2nd half using peanut butter for the top layer - I found that peanut butter chips work better than the peanut butter. This fudge is a Christmas tradition
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