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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:
12/15/2007
The stars are for the original recipe, because I haven't tried this one. My father in law has made this for 30 yrs. and he always used the semi-sweet choc. chips and added peanut butter, but he's since passed away and I can't find his recipe. I don't know how much of the semi-sweet chips to use with the peanut butter--he did not use peanut butter chips. Please help! This recipe was "to die for"! Thank you!
posted:
12/15/2007
I just made this for the first time myself, but I remember my mom making it when I was a child and absolutely loved it! My mom would actually get requests to make it for other people. It's super easy to make too!!!
posted:
12/8/2007
I"ve had alot of somment from people bout the creamy and moist the fudge is...... My friends had thought I had bought it out of candy shop !!!
posted:
11/23/2007
delicious, perfect every time!
posted:
11/21/2007
I make the microwave version every Christmas. Always turns out wonderful. I especially love the peanut butter.
posted:
11/20/2007
This is by far the best chocolate fudge recipe I have found and I have tried several!
posted:
11/13/2007
Only receipe I use for fudge - I even put no nuts in it for one of my son's who doesn't like nuts.
posted:
7/31/2007
I make this recipe substituting a bag of Reese's peanut butter chips for the chocolate, and it is delicious. It tastes like the candy you get at fairs. My friends at church are always requesting it. Some easy tips: I line a 13x9 inch pan with foil and spray it with cooking spray before pouring in the candy. I also let the candy set in the freezer until very firm. It will soften a little after taken out of the freezer. As soon as it comes out, lift the candy out as a whole with the foil. This allows you to cut it into neat squares. Enjoy!
posted:
7/4/2007
tooo dry! i wanted some creamy, soft, dreamy fudge and that is not what i got. didn't like (and i love fudge!)
posted:
5/2/2007
this recipe is amazing, and easy to follow. all of the ingredients can be found in one place
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