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    This recipe came from Roma Jean. I had never tried to make pralines until now and these are so yummy. I was part of a ladies day workshop at my church and I made 9 different desserts. This was a favorite! And I brought my microwave to the classroom and made them on site.

    Recipe #381739

    My friend makes these decadent little morsels at Christmastime. Simple ingredients make these quick, easy and to die for.

    Recipe #345094

    This delicious recipe came from my sis in law and turns out perfectly every time and is soo easy to make! I get many requests for this recipe.

    Recipe #84828

    At the end of each holiday season I have a canister of cookie ingredients leftover. From that comes a collection of candies used to accent my trays. This year's bark was sensational and well worth posting. The combination of ginger and dark chocolate bursts in your mouth with every delectable bite. While the flavors here are complex and more sophisticated than my usual bark, but just wonderful year round.

    Recipe #272876

    The orange colors in this fudge make it a great treat for Fall! The recipe, although tweaked for my own sweet tooth, comes from Taste of Home Prize Winning Recipes, 2008. Preparation time does not include time needed to set in the refrigerator!

    Recipe #334159

    Another recipe I got at the Christmas party this year. So good! I haven't made them yet but I plan on doing so very soon. They are absolutely delicious.

    Recipe #278219

    Delicious peanut butter flavored fudge candy!

    Recipe #270322

    This is a holiday favorite from my mother. She makes these every year.

    Recipe #15416

    5 Reviews |  By Bev

    Fudge is not a twentieth-century invention, but fast fudge is. This recipe, an adaptation of the famous uncooked fudge developed by Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese, became popular shortly after World War II, is as foolproof as it is fast. And it never turns gritty. From American Century Cookbook.

    Recipe #54410

    So simple to make and so delicious, this fudge sets to the perfect texture without a candy thermometer, if you prefer a less sweeter fudge then reduce the confectioners sugar down a few tablespoons, full-fat milk may be replaced for the half and half cream but the fudge will not be as creamy --- I have made this fudge a number of times, you will *love* it!

    Recipe #268411

    These bars are EXTREMELY RICH and not for people with a fear of CHOCOLATE and PEANUT BUTTER (if those people actually exist)!!! Very easy no bake 5 ingredient recipe!

    Recipe #29679

    10 Reviews |  By hmms

    This recipe is from my sister's mother-in-law. It is my take-everywhere recipe and is often requested by coworkers and friends. It's an easy, quick, no-bake recipe. I have a hard time not eating-as-I-go when I make these. As a personal choice, I use milk chocolate chips, but semi-sweet are good too. They take about 20 minutes to make, the long cook time includes the hour of refrigeration for bars to set.

    Recipe #245116

    A nice gift for special occasions. I'm guessing at the number of fudge balls it yields; the truth is I'm probably somewhat inconsistent in the exact size I make the fudge balls because sometimes the recipe yields more than at other times. I've never melted the chocolate in the microwave instead of a double boiler but I suppose it's possible.

    Recipe #99973

    This is so easy and yet it is probably the best fudge I've ever had. I usually omit the pecans. My niece used this recipe, substituting 3-4 drops peppermint extract for the orange zest, and earned a blue ribbon at the county fair. Even my 12-16 year old 4H girls had no problems making it. Note: make sure you use fresh orange zest. Dried will make the fudge bitter. Also make sure you don't get any of the bitter white part of the rind when you are zesting your orange.

    Recipe #98783

    This was in a gift basket and it was divine. Very different and I think you will like it.

    Recipe #121200

    This recipe took the Grand Prize at the 2004 National Peanut Festival Recipe Contest.

    Recipe #212955

    I have been hearing about burfi from my boyfriend's sisters for five years - "Burfi, mmmmm *drooling noises*" Last week Yamuna finally made some and it was so good it made my eyes roll back in my head. Needless to say it's not a diet food and a little bit goes a long way - make sure you've got a handful of people hanging around to help you eat this! Although it's not in the recipe and this tastes good as it is, I'd bet that a pinch of cardamom, saffron threads or rose water would taste wonderful in this recipe. Dried fruits like raisins or chopped dates could take the place of nuts as well. Will have to do some experimenting next time. UPDATE: In response to Sprue, I should have made it clear that you have to melt the butter and heat the milk very slowly. Otherwise the milk does burn before the sugar can dissolve properly. Once the milk is boiling you should lower heat to a very light simmer. Hope this helps!

    Recipe #147891

    These are rich but oh so good and simple. I made these out of a lot of leftovers that I had that I needed to use up so I guessed at the measurements and wrote them down as I tossed them together and to my surprise they turned out good! Well, anything with Nutella usually is. Right?! So, you know what you have to do when that happens. You have to share!

    Recipe #233808

    Southern decadence at it finest! These are enough to make a New Orleans native like me homesick. Cook time includes cooling time. Recipe from Foodtv.com (but its almost as good as MawMaw's recipe)

    Recipe #45753

    Have creamy, delicious peanut butter fudge in under 10 minutes with this no-fail recipe! *WARNING* You MUST use exactly the measurements specified below, or this fudge will not set correctly.

    Recipe #231701

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