Recipe by sal
"Marshmallow creme and confectioners' coating are blended with sugar and evaporated milk. Then chopped pistachios and green food coloring complete this fudge that's perfect for the holidays."
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2 1/2 cups
vanilla-flavored candy coating
chopped pistachio nuts
green food coloring
Creamy, yummy goodness, and it goes perfect with my Jadite dishes...lol. Seriously, this fudge is a keeper...easy to make, pretty to look at and my family loved it!!!
One word: taffy. I'm sure I did something wrong, first attempt at fudge-making, but I now have pan full of pistachio taffy.
This was so yummy!!! My husband dislikes chocolate and loves pistachios, so I thought I would give it a try. He loved it and so did my anti-nut kids. I will definitely make this again. I am also thinking that it would be fun to try with crushed candy canes or red hots instead of pistachios. I think the basic fudge recipe would be versatile.
I loved this recipe! Very easy, sets up well and can be adapted to any taste by using other flavorings. A big hit with my family! Thanks for sharing.
I gave this 4 stars because the flavor is great-especially for pistachio lovers. However, I had texture problems-which were probably my own fault. I'm not familiar with "candy coating" or where to get it- so I used 8oz vanilla chips, thinking it was close to the same thing. My candy has more the texture of divinity, but I am still enjoying it.
Texture and taste turned out great! very tasty, lots of compliments!
Looked good, taste fine but the consistency was disappointing. Never got hard enough. If you pick it up between your fingers to eat you would need to be careful not drop some from the middle, you would need napkin to wipe fingers.
First time making homemade fudge this was easy! Of coarse I nibbled on the broken pieces while cutting it is delicious!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/36 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 36
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 59
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