6 Reviews

This tasted great-I used toasted almonds and it was very nice-doesn't make a big batch-But that's OK-a nice way to whip up a tasty treat quickly.

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Pattiann Santamore December 17, 2003

The ultimate comfort food... be sure to save some to share with other people! (or double the recipe, just in case) When you first mix the pudding, butter and milk, it will be VERY thick and you may think there's no way you can boil the mixture. Just be patient - it thins right down and then does indeed boil. :-)

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Jay3fer March 10, 2009

I left the nuts out and made it with coconut pudding mix...OMG! BEST FUDGE EVER. Sooo easy to make!

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Jonesament April 29, 2008

I used Steel's Nature Sweet powdered to make this sugar free. It was AWESOME. Thanks!

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PrairieHarpy March 16, 2008

Oooh! Entirely adequate fudge. I used chocolate fudge puddingg and added 1/2 tsp vanilla. DH wanted fudge and I didn't have any cond milk. This made a nice, little batch of rich, creamy candy. Very nice esp since it's a rainy, stormy night and I'm NOT going out! Mirj, you've come through again!

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Countrywife December 20, 2005

This was yummy! It tasted more like an icing than a fudge to me. I doubled the ingredients and it was great!!

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ShortyBond October 26, 2005
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