Total Time
30mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 25 mins

a favourite at Halloween time.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix sugars, salt, cocoa, syrup, and sour cream in a large buttered saucepan.
  2. Cook without stirring until candy temp.
  3. reaches 235 degrees F.
  4. Or until a soft ball forms in very cold water.
  5. Add butter.
  6. Stir just til blended.
  7. Remove from heat and stir in vanilla.
  8. Let sit until cool.
  9. Add chopped nuts.
  10. Beat until creamy, and just until it starts to loose its glossy appearance dulls slightly.
  11. Pour into prepared buttered 8 x8 inch pan.
  12. Cut into squares while still soft and warm.

Reviews

(5)
Most Helpful

Oh my goodness andypandy... this is a wonderful fudge recipe...made it just as the recipe stated...no changes, except that I omitted the nuts...We are big-time fudge lovers at my house, and I am always looking for new and great fudge recipes...well I have found one more...I will for sure be making this one again...thanx for a wonderful fudge recipe, my family really enjoyed this big time! :-) :-)

Kittencal@recipezazz December 05, 2003

This fudge has very rich taste and it is not grainy. Be sure you keep a close eye on the temperature or it will get too firm,(mine did,new thermometer). Well worth the effort. Thanks!

vedermae August 04, 2008

Absolutely wonderful and easy. Best fudge ever. I made the following slight alterations I substituted Coconut oil for butter at all steps and added 1c of pecans. I also did not go by temperature but softball stage, it works better here on the humity coast.

Maeven6 December 22, 2006

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