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Easy to Make Fudge Your Family Will Love

Who doesn't love fudge? Set out a tray of home-made fudge or fudge brownies and your family and friends will soon have them eaten. Fudge is also great for office parties. Chocolate fudge has become a very traditional dessert in the U.S. not only for the holidays but year-round.


There are many different variations to making fudge. Unless you choose to do so you never have to make them the same way twice. The recipe included here calls for the use of nuts, but you can substitute your favorite food items to make fudge that will be perfect for you. Perhaps you don't like nuts, but prefer candied cherries, coconut, or marshmallows. Those and many other things can be substituted for the nuts (or added along with them) when you create your fudge. If you do use nuts in your fudge, peanuts, pecans or walnuts are the best, but any nuts will be fine.

To make your fudge extra special you may want to add a topping to it such as peanut butter, nut pieces or cherry slices.

Don't be afraid to experiment with different combinations of ingredients. To make peanut butter fudge simply substitute peanut butter in the place of the chocolate chips.

Fudge Recipe

2 1/2 cups of sugar
1/2 cup butter or margarine
(You will also need additional margarine to coat the foil)
7 ounces of marshmallow creme
2 cups of chocolate chips
3/4 cup chopped nuts
14 ounce can of sweetened condensed milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Line a 13x9 inch pan with aluminum foil or wax paper and spread butter or margarine on the foil or paper. Using a large sauce pan mix the sugar, margarine and evaporated milk. Bring the mixture to a boil over medium heat making sure to stir constantly for 5 minutes.

Remove the mixture from the heat and add the marshmallow and chocolate. Stir until it becomes smooth and even. Next, mix in the nuts and vanilla extract.

Pour your fudge into the prepared 13x9 pan and let it cool to room temperature. Once it has cooled you may cut it into squares and put it into the refrigerator until it becomes firm.

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