Recipe by Suzy
"This recipe makes 5 pounds of fail-proof fudge. This recipe will never let you down."
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4 1/2 cups
2 (5 ounce) cans
semisweet chocolate chips
white chocolate chips
chocolate candy bar, broken into pieces
I read reviews and I think some people didn't have success cuz it is the recipe from the back of Kraft marshmellow creme jar and they did change `the composition. I do it the original way, that is with a bag of chocolate chips. I liked this cuz it was so easy. I don't have a candy thermonotor and was glad I didn't have to use one here. Just make sure you keep stirring and don't let it burn. I think everyone's problem is the recipe change (not using chocolate chips). Maybe we should write Kraft and complain and they would put the old recipe back. Good idea, I'm going to write them right now. :) The stars are for the old recipe. I JUST GOT BACK FROM THE KRAFT SITE AND if anyone would like, they have the old recipe, look up Fantasy Fudge, on the same page, they list the old recipe calling it Classic Fantasy Fudge. Good Luck
Change the name! I lost my tried & true fudge recipe, so I thought I'd try this one. The fudge never set up. I put it in the fridge & it hardened, but as soon as it comes to room temp, it's too gooey--5 lbs of chocolate sauce!
This probably shouldn't go by "NO FAIL" fudge... After 3 failures I think I finally figured it out (my husband decided to be nice and buy me all the ingredients I'd need for all my Christmas fudge, so I had to keep trying it). While boiling, I put all other ingredients into one bowl (with marshmallow creme on top to avoid it just sticking to the bowl) and at the end of five minutes, I dumped in the last ingredients quickly and THEN took it off the stove. If the fudge gets too hot (stirring while still on the stove) or isn't hot enough (taking it off stove then adding last ingredients) it won't set up right. Today it turned out perfectly and set up wonderfully. It does have a good taste to it whether it sets up or not, but let's face it, nobody reading this recipe was looking for fudge sauce!
I used this recipe 3 times successfully (it was on the back of the Kraft Marshmallow Creme jar) and then I think they changed the composition of the Creme. I made it and it turned out all gooey. I noticed that they put a new fudge recipe on the back of the jar but wanted to try it the old way anyway-bad idea. :(
This fudge never hardened. It was a total disaster. I ended up throwing it away after 2 days in the refrig. If I did something wrong I'd like to know. I followed the recipe exactly.
this recipe is excellent. It is easy to prepare, and has a very rich, smooth taste. Kids like it also.
Major Disaster!! I followed this recipe exactly as was written and it never hardened! I ended up with two batches of mush. It was an expensive waste of time.
This was the first time I made fudge and it turned out well. It had more of a marshmallow flavor than what I was going for. I used Hershey milk chocolate bars. The next time I will try it with Hershey Special Dark chocolate bars.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No Fail Fudge
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 261
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