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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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I have made this for many years but not recently and the recipe has changed. I used to make it in a 13 x 9 pan. Does anyone have the old recipe
I am not rating this current recipe as I don't particularly care for it. It doesn't set right or even remotely resemble the fantasy fudge I remember. I just made a batch using the original recipe with the chocolate chips and the 5 minute boil as opposed to 4 minutes. Came out the way I remember growing up, the way it's supposed to be..firm, not greasy. I will make it this way from now on and I recommend that to everyone, you will have a much better product
I have made this several times from the recipe on the marshmallow creme. It turns out great every time and the whole family loves it: makes great gifts too!!
I have been making this recipe for over 30 years.Like others the recipe used to say 12 oz of chocolate morsels and I still do it that way. I have always doubled mine and no problem. I think the recipe used to say boil 5 min.That is how long I have always done it. I think rolling boil is where some people might be having a problem if your not a cook. let that baby roll while you are stir, stir, stirring.I always have everything pre- measured and sitting and waiting so i never leave stove or quit stirring .
My family makes this every year for Christmas gifts. We don't put walnuts. TIPS: Use parchment paper instead of foil. Foil sticks to the fudge. Use a candy thermometer and get the temperature right or it won't set up.
Great microwave fudge, quick and easy
A friend of my mom's gave her this recipe years ago. Its no big secret. It was on the back of the Kraft marshmallow creme jar. I continue to make this fudge every Christmas. I give it to my neighbors as gifts and take some to work. Everyone loves it. I use semi- sweet chocolate chips instead of Bakers chocolate. This is a no fail fudge. I can't understand of some of you have problems with it. Maybe your're doing something wrong.
My family has made this recipe for years! We use a bag of chocolate chips instead of the Baker's chocolate, though. Anyway, as easy as the recipe is, I always get rave reviews for it and people are amazed how simple it is to make. My step-daughters (and even my husband's ex-wife) ask for this fudge every Christmas and Thanksgiving and I love that this little recipe from the back of a Jet-puffed jar is a "tradition" I got to share with my new family!
Awesome! Great treat for the holidays!
Try using 100% cane sugar instead of beet sugar. I have had trouble with it setting up with beet sugar.
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