Great fudge! I ran out of maple extract, so I ended up subbing vanilla extract for the rest. This produced a lovely, white-chocolate fudge with a slight maple flavor, which is what I wanted anyway. If you want your fudge to have a rich, white-chocolate taste, you must use white chocolate chips, not "white chips" (or morsels). White chips are usually just hydrogenated oil and sugar (yuck!), with no trace of white chocolate at all. Look for "cocoa butter" in the ingredient list to make sure you are using white chocolate. I used Trader Joe's white choco chips. I think I may leave out the maple altogether next time and just use vanilla, to make a pure white chocolate fudge. I love this! The recipe is easy to use too. I got everything ready before I started cooking; put foil in the pan, measured out marshmallows, white choco chips, and nuts. I opted not to place walnuts on top, but just used extra chopped ones in it. A good compliment to chocolate fudge around the holidays.
Was this review helpful?
21 users found this review helpful
Great fudge! I ran out of maple extract, so I ended up subbing vanilla extract for the rest. ...