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White Chocolate Fudge

White Chocolate Fudge recipe
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Cranberries and orange zest add unexpected flavor to this tasty white chocolate fudge.
20 min
2 hr 20 min
24 servings
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Made the recipe exactly as described but used waxed paper instead of foil due to people saying they had problems with the foil. (BTW the waxed paper worked great!) I found it to be cloyingly sweet without much flavor. I asked my husband to taste test since he is a bigger fan of white chocolate and he said it's OK but tastes like it "needs something". I think if there were something more tart or salty to offset the sweetness it might be better.
I can't believe that some people didn't give this 5 stars. I made this as a Christmas give for several people a few years ago and they are still talking about how much they enjoyed it. It's so easy to make and so decadent!
So easy! It is now our family's favorite fudge recipe!!
I have never made fudge before and decided to make this recipe yesterday afternoon and it was awesome! It looked beautiful and the taste was heavenly. After refrigerating for at least two hours it was still very gooey. I let it set overnight and turned out perfect. This recipe is both easy and fun to make I definately recommend it for beginners!
It tasted and looked great! I have made it several times over the last year and have given the recipe out to several who have requested it. I make the variation with the cherries but have plans to try the other. A perfect and easy Christmas treat!
I thought this was great. Not sure it would please everyone though - might be a little exotic for some.
I made this for a lot of people this last Christmas. I recieved a lot of comments and at least 3 people asked for the recipe!
Everyone likes this the best of all the Christmas candies I make every year. Don't forget to stir up the condensed milk before you measure it out - especially if it has been in your cupboard for a while! I forgot to and there was a big glop at the bottom of the can and my fudge turned out a little stickier than normal. It was still good though. I always add more orange peel than it calls for. I like to cut up the fudge and put individual pieces in bon bon or mini muffin papers to add to the Christmas tins for people.
Great contrast of flavors! Easy to make and tasted excellent!!!
This makes a very nice gift to give, I absolutely love this recipe.
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