I've tried other recipes but always come back to this one. I've used it for years and always get asked for the recipe. As said above, definitely use a candy thermometer. I usually have to cook a little longer than 12 minutes. I also used a heavy duty saucepan b/c I don't have a double boiler. It always turns out fine. Make sure to get it in the pan quickly b/c once it is away from the heat, it starts to set up quickly. For variation, you can substitute different kinds of chips (peanut butter chips, white chocolate chips). We made cookies and creme fudge last year by using white chocolate chips and adding crushed oreos. Yum!
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I've tried other recipes but always come back to this one. I've used it for years and always...