Speedy Oven Fudge

Speedy Oven Fudge

"This rich fudge is a holiday favorite for me and my family. The recipe yields plenty of old-fashioned flavor with no-fuss preparation."
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25 m servings
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Original recipe yields 48 servings

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  1. Place the first four ingredients in the order listed in a 3-qt. baking dish (do not stir). Place in a 350 degrees F oven for 15 minutes or until butter is melted. Carefully transfer to a mixing bowl. Add vanilla; beat on high for 2 minutes. Stir in nuts. Pour into a buttered 11-in. x 7-in. x 2-in. baking pan. Cool before cutting.

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This is amazing - soooo easy! No boiling, no thermometers, and seriously.. it makes amazing fudge! I don't have a mixer, so I just whip it by hand, so I can get mine a little bit lumpy - I'll be...

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I was definitely disappointed, my fudge didn't set. It was barely firm enough to cut, it would have been great for a fudge brownie frosting. I followed the directions exactly...maybe I did somet...

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This is amazing - soooo easy! No boiling, no thermometers, and seriously.. it makes amazing fudge! I don't have a mixer, so I just whip it by hand, so I can get mine a little bit lumpy - I'll be...

EASY RECIPE. I made this with and without the cocoa. I added extra vanilla without the cocoa to make it vanilla fudge. I liked this one the best. Either way it is a simple and delicious recipe.

Gosh, this fudge was fantastic! I was a bit apprehensive about putting all this ingredients into a pan and putting it in the oven, but it was delicious. This is not a creamy fudge, but a wonderf...

This recipe was pretty good! I was a little confused throwing all of the recipes in a baking dish, but a worked out perfectly, and tasted really good too! I left out the nuts though, because we ...

This is a GREAT recipe for a quick, "no fail", fudge. I made a half batch following instructions exactly then another half batch with a twist. I warmed about a tbsp of peanut butter then swirl...

I took this to two parties, and people loved it! Fudge wasn't gritty at all, as can be the case in a cooked fudge. I did the first part in the microwave instead of the oven (it's summer! I was a...

I was definitely disappointed, my fudge didn't set. It was barely firm enough to cut, it would have been great for a fudge brownie frosting. I followed the directions exactly...maybe I did somet...

Wow! I've never made fudge but I've always heard people say how difficult it is to boil. This was SOOO easy. I didnt have butter so I used I cant believe its not butter sticks and its still grea...

This recipe was so simple to make and tastes just like the more complicated fudge that you cook on the stove.

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