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White Chocolate Fudge

White Chocolate Fudge recipe
photo by:kraft
Cranberries and orange zest add unexpected flavor to this tasty white chocolate fudge.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
2 hr 20 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
12/11/2006
I made this recipe last year and brought it to my fiance's mothers house for Christmas. Everyone LOVED it they said i have to bring it every year. (i love it too.) I was scared because i moved and couldn't find my recipe. i am so relieved. Someone asked how many ounces is 1 square, it's one ounce. I made a double batch and did half "bakers" (to insure good flavor) and half generic (for cost).
posted:
12/11/2006
I will make this recipe doubling it thus using the whole can of sweetened condensed milk. And I would take the suggestion of using a mini-muffin pan lined with decorative cups - then it would be perfect for other holidays or personal gifts.
posted:
12/10/2006
I ADDED MINI CHOCOLATE PIECES, GAVE IT MORE OF A FUDGEIE TASTE!
posted:
12/9/2006
Recipe reads much better than it tastes....
posted:
12/8/2006
Fantastic recipe. Exceptional taste with minimal effort!
posted:
12/7/2006
Simple and easy and very tasty recipe. I will be making this for the holidays and other special days.
posted:
12/7/2006
This is a VERY easy recipe and takes only about 10 minutes of time to prepare! I used the chocolate and condensed milk as a base, then made one batch by adding peanut butter. I also made a batch using peppermint chips, and a third batch using chocolate mint chips. I decorated each one with Christmas decorations before refrigerating.
posted:
12/7/2006
Very easy to make and adds elegance to your party dessert table.
posted:
12/7/2006
this was too sweet for my tastes. BTW, you can cut it into 7X7 pieces=49 then they will be more "square"
posted:
12/7/2006
Good, easy recipe. Good for making with kids, under adult supervision. No, cooking over the stovetop, though you must be very careful heating in the microwave. To make 48 pieces, you cut the 8 x 8 pan ... 8 slices one way and then 6 slices the other. It is a basic mathematical problem, 8x6=48. Fudge does not have to be little square pieces, many times it is cut into little rectangles.
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