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    My grandmother's famous recipe!

    Recipe #339130

    This is a very smooth, creamy fudge. It is also almost impossible to over or under cook.

    Recipe #338065

    A friend gave me this recipe. This fudge is really good and not as sweet as most. Very addictive.

    Recipe #338066

    I just got this from my sister today, who told me my Grandma used to make this. Posting in response to a request :) *cook time is fridge time *** Just in case you don't read the reviews of recipes, this is most definitely a soft fudge, it doesn't set up firm like typical fudge!

    Recipe #102605

    I have made every kind of Peanut Butter fudge there is but here is a simple, but tasty, recipe that my family and I really enjoy. I found this recipe on the internet several years ago when I was craving some peanut butter fudge and only had the basic ingredients. You may want to use a candy thermometer, but I just boil the mixture for about 9 or 10 min. and drop a little of the mixture in a cup of cold water until there is a soft ball and it always has come out good for me. I also use butter instead of margarine and if I don't have milk I use Evaporated milk. I also use Peter Pan Peanut Butter--a family favorite. The recipe states if you want Chocolate Fudge to "add One Heaping Teaspoon of cocoa to the top four ingredients before cooking." I haven't tried the chocolate fudge version yet.

    Recipe #325315

    This recipe is very simple, but if you do not know how to make candy then please follow instructions precisely. I have altered the instructions after a few reviews that it was crumbly. This is not the recipes fault, it is inexperience. Proper candy making is about temperatures. 4 minutes of boiling (from the time the first small bubbles form) bring this candy up to proper fudge/softball temperature as long as you are cooking over medium heat. When in doubt, use a thermometer.

    Recipe #332323

    I have not tried this recipe. I got this recipe from Group Recipes.

    Recipe #332105

    Recipe #333626

    Peanut butter and chocolate swirled together in one fast fudge - yummmmm Another recipe that I love from Eagle Brand!!

    Recipe #335449

    This recipe uses canned pumpkin and prepared brownie mix for an easy tasty treat that works with your diet. While not exactly like fudge, it is chocolately and peanut buttery and you get a very good size piece in one serving! Must be eaten with a fork - messy! The pumpkin flavor does come through some, so beware if you aren't a pumpkin fan. I make this recipe with a Betty Crocker Low Fat brownie mix.

    Recipe #287412

    This fudge is one of my FAVORITES! Rich and creamy with lots of peanutbuttery FLAVOR, it is one of the BEST Peanut Butter Fudge recipes I have ever had! I sometimes use chunky peanut butter in place of the plain peanut butter.

    Recipe #227416

    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

    This is a recipe that Anthony Joe Teer has aquired from his past in-laws.

    Recipe #315851

    easy comfort food good gift

    Recipe #313575

    This recipe is from the mother of a student, and it is the BEST peanut butter fudge I have ever had. I usually use real butter and not margarine when I cook, so I will substitute the margarine in this recipe. From what I have tasted, however, it is still delicious when made with margarine.

    Recipe #312649

    The first time I had this at my Cousin Becky's house I knew I had to have the recipe. She received it from a woman many years ago at her parent's church. Definite holiday tradition.

    Recipe #298606

    My grandma makes this fudge every Christmas. It seems like I anticipate it all year. But if I ate it as much as I'd like to, I think I would weigh alot more. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #316602

    One of my favorite places to visit every summer is Mackinac Island. Two of my favorite things to do while on the island is ride my bike around the perimeter of the island and then walk through town going in and out of all of the fudge shops looking for free samples. I'm so happy I found this recipe so I can make my own fudge between visits up north. I bought this recipe booklet called Mackinac Fudge Recipes for my cookbook swap partner. I hope she doesn't mind me posting a few of the recipes here on Zaar.

    Recipe #320588

    This is a must for all my Christmas trays.

    Recipe #321308

    4 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    A favorite.

    Recipe #35324

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