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BAKER'S ONE BOWL Million Dollar Fudge

BAKER'S ONE BOWL Million Dollar Fudge recipe
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This rich, pecan-studded fudge is easy to whip up and makes a generous 6 pounds of fudge - plenty for holiday gift giving.
5 min
25 min
60 servings
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I made this recipe for christmas gifts last year, along with other candy and fudge. Everyone I gave the gifts to wants me to make it again the year because they liked it so much. It looks like this recipe will be one of my traditional recipes for christmas.
I love this recipe!!! My grandmother made fudge every year and I was hesitant to attempt to fill her shoes but this recipe has made it so easy and EVERYONE loves this fudge!
WOW!! This recipe was amazing!!! This was the first time I made fudge and it was absolutely great.. I dont really care too much for fudge because of how sweet & rich it can be, this was both but not too much.. I would recommend this to anyone...
It makes a lot of fudge. You might want to divide the recipe in half.
Very simple to make. Tastes great. Will make again for sure.
This fudge was FANTASTIC! I made it without nuts since a few of my family members don't care for them, and everyone LOVED the fudge. It has a great consistency and marvellous flavor. The only thing that I'd do different next time is half or quarter the recipe (unless I was planning on taking it to a party or something)--the recipe listed here makes a great deal of fudge! Overall, an amazing recipe! Highly recommended!
I have made this recipe 3 times in a week and half. It is awesome. Everybody has just loved it and said it has the best texture. My mom even asked if I would make it for her work. I've made this recipe as is (12oz evap. milk is fine) and with milk chocholate peanut butter swirl chips; both are great. I highly reccomend this recipe to everyone.
My husband said he hadn't tasted fudge this good since his mom made it when he was a kid.
Beware! New cans of evaporated milk only have 12 ounces! I ruined a batch of fudge using "1 can". Next batch, I opened an additional small can and measured 13 ounces of evap. milk. (What a waste! What do you do w/ 4+ oz. of evap. milk left over? I don't normally use it.) I also toast the pecans prior to adding to fudge. Perfect! <<< Response from Kraft Kitchens Expert, Sarah ~ A 12 oz. can of evaporated milk is fine to use in this recipe. >>>
We added this recipe to our Christmas Goodies. We have been looking for a creamy fudge and found it! Replaced the pecans with walnuts since bro-in-law is a grower and everyone loved it.
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