It almost sets up as you stir. My recipe is almost identical, but I add oz baking chocolate for a deeper, lush flavor. Try it! Hi Sandy! I never do, but you certainly could! My uncle Jim is always adding nuts to his fudge and then we argue about whose is better every year at the holidays. Love this fudge….
Thanks for putting it out there…. Ooh, I just made an awesome variation! Sub in a 10 oz. Really tasty!! Instructions Line an 8 or 9 inch square pan with aluminum foil or parchment paper. Coat with nonstick spray. Set aside. Use a wooden spoon to stir slowly until butter melts, scraping sides of pan to get all the sugar crystals. Bring to a full rolling boil, stirring constantly with a long wooden spoon.
Once it starts boiling, set a timer for 5 minutes and turn the heat down to medium so that you don't burn your fingers off--it should be boiling the full 5 minutes. Stir constantly. When the timer goes off, remove from heat and add chocolate chips. Stir until all chips are melted and mixture is smooth. Add marshmallow creme and beat with a wooden spoon until well blended.
Add vanilla and mix well. Immediately pour into the prepared pan. Let cool to room temperature. Good luck with that. Slice and serve! Store on the counter covered. Recipe Notes This recipe is easy to double, just use a 9x13 pan. You May Also Like Easy Pumpkin Dump Cake.
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Kim — October 27, am Reply. It was very grainy n weird texture.
Debbie Kaye — October 16, pm Reply. Tried the recipe today. Turned out wonderful.
Followed the directions exactly. Tastes fabulous. Susie — September 29, pm Reply. The Food Charlatan — September 30, pm Reply. Thanks for the back story on this recipe Susie! How fun is this!
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Experiment: What happens when you mix sugar and water? Jacquie added it Nov 05, Why did the recipe require us to wash down the sides of the pan? Recipe: Lollipops Definitely the highest temperature I cooked at was when I made lollipops. This is another recipe in which a lot of potential problems with students being passive observers could be eliminated by including them in the preparation of the caramels. Price: High to Low.
Lindy — June 12, pm Reply. Caithlin — June 5, pm Reply. If I wanted to make this a Guinness chocolate fudge how would I incorporate the extra liquid? Michelle Wirth — June 2, am Reply. The Food Charlatan — October 3, pm Reply. Way to go Michelle! Thanks for reading! Michelle krueger — May 19, pm Reply. The Food Charlatan — May 21, am Reply. Vivian — May 7, pm Reply.
So easy to make. The Food Charlatan — May 10, am Reply.
This is the perfect fudge!!! It reminded me of one I bought as a child during vacation!! Jeanie Mccleary — March 15, am Reply. The Food Charlatan — March 15, pm Reply.
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Amber B. Erica — October 24, pm Reply. The Food Charlatan — October 24, pm Reply. Jamie West — February 10, pm Reply. I have made this fudge at least three times. My family cannot have enough of it! Lisa — January 23, am Reply. Michele Craig — January 20, pm Reply. Amy — January 12, pm Reply. Steven — June 8, am Reply. Yep 12 oz bag Toll House chips equals 2 cups.