Try this "sensibly delicious" fudge. A great dessert to serve any time of the year.
Rich and Chocolatey
by K. Kathy
, South Daytona/Fl on Jan. 2010
This is such a rich fudge. You can't eat very much at a time. Creamy and tastes great..
Will need to practice this recipe
by C. Carrol
, TUNNEL HILL, GA on Nov. 2008
I may have to try this one again & use marshmallow creme instead of mini marshmallows. Measured carefully & skipped the optional pecans but the mixture cooled so quickly, even after boiling for a solid 5 minutes, that I had to pour it into the pan before all the marshmallows melted, for fear it wouldn't spread in the pan.
by D. Donna
, Chicago, IL on Oct. 2008
I MAKE THIS WHEN ALL THE FAMILY GETS TOGETHER AND THERE ARE 35 OF US. EVEN THE LITTLE ONE WHO ONLY LIKE CHICKEN WHAT TO EAT IT. I HAVE TO MAKE 6 RECIPES AT A TIME
Carnation Fudge with Splenda
by J. Judy
, Lake Butler, FL on Feb. 2007
This is the first time that I have tried this recipe using Splenda instead of a large amount of pure sugar. the ingredients seemed to blend more smoothly, and no one could tell that a "sugar substitute" had been used. Since my family are not real fans of nuts, I tried a few variations, such as adding peanut butter, and peppermint oil to the chocolate mixture and it still tasted wonderflly smooth and creamy.
by S. SUSAN
, SOUTHPORT, NC on Jan. 2007
This sugar free fudge taste just as good as if made with pure sugar...great for diabetics as well as weight watchers
by K. Kathy
, RICHMOND, MI on Dec. 2006
I do alot of baking but never made fudge before. This was very easy. I used regular sugar and it turned out great.
by K. KANDI
, LEHI, UT on Dec. 2006
I put thawed and drained raspberries in it, delicious but it took longer to set.
by L. LORI
, Villa Rica, GA on Oct. 2006
Great!!!!! Everyone loved it and it only lasted a few minutes and we made more.
This is truly decadent!
by L. Lynette
, March Air Reserve Base, CA on Oct. 2006
A friend of mine made this fudge, and gave me a piece. It was so delicious. You just can't stop with just one piece.
sensibly delicious fudge
by J. JANNINE
, Chicago, IL on Sep. 2006
This is the first time I have ever tried to make fudge and it was not as difficult as I thought it would be. The taste was great.
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