Recipe by BDE
"White chocolate, cream cheese, confectioners' sugar and orange extract are the only ingredients in this easy, no-cook orange-flavored fudge."
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white chocolate, melted
2 (8 ounce) packages
This fudge was the easiest ,most delicious fudge I ever made.The key to it being creamy is to make sure everything is at room temperature before starting.Add the confectionary sugar a little at a time and beat slowly until it is all incorporated. Then Kick it up a notch, and beat until smooth. I added a little orange food color.I wrapped the pan very tightly in plastic and foil, kept in refridgerator . Stayed as fresh as the day I made it.Everyone loved it. Definately satifies the sweet tooth.
I would cut down on the sugar -
I will not make this again. It is like eating a handful of hard frosting.
An 8X8 pan is clearly too small for this recipe.Because it is too sweet, add 1 to 2 cups chopped nuts and spread in a jelly roll pan so pieces can be less dense. Then it's outstanding. I made it in a 9X13 pan with nuts but larger pan is best. This review is courtesy of my writers group.
I am giving this recipe 5 stars because it is absolutely delicious! I did tweak the recipe just a little as others suggested by adding orange coloring and macadamia nuts. I also made sure that all ingredients were at room temp. I also did use a 9x13 inch pan rather than an 8x8 because this recipe does make a lot of fudge. An 8x8 would be way too small. This recipe was easy and turned out delicious. I am keeping this for future use definitely!!
Quick yes! Easy...well a bit hard to just stir. I used my mixer. I wanted the orange color, so I used orange food color, and now it's alot like the orangesickles we used to have as ice cream.
Flavor is very good.
mine came out grainy, yet creamy...(hard to explain texture)due to the fact that the cream cheese did not say "warm to room temperature" and I think that would have made it very good and creamy. Cold it cooled the chocolate making it a grainy chocolate texture.I will try this again.
This is really easy and very, very good. I warmed the ingredients to room temperature; and used a hand mixer to mix everything well. I also added a few drops of orange food coloring and a cup of chopped macadamia nuts. Definitely a keeper recipe; I'm sure I will make it again.
My fudge did not turn out grainy at all! I used cold cream cheese it still turned out wonderful! I also added chopped macadamia nuts which made it super yummy. And yes, you need a bigger pan.
For anyone who claims this is too sweet...it's fudge. Hello...fudge.
This recipe was great and easy.I didn't have enough flavoring so I added Grand Marnier and orange peel. It still didn't have enough orange flavor for me but it was still great. My niece's and nephews loved it. I will make sure I have plenty of orange extract the NEXT time I make this. I reccommend to use a 9x13 pan too. This makes a lot of fudge.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Creamy Orange Fudge
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 336
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