Old Fashioned Persimmon Fudge

Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 30 mins

An oldie, but a goodie

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine pulp, sugar, milk, and corn syrup in a large saucepan with a heavy bottom.
  2. Cook over low heat, stirring often until mixture reaches 230 degrees F on candy thermometer.
  3. Remove pan from heat and let cool to lukewarm (110 degrees F).
  4. Add butter and beat mixture well.
  5. When it begins to thicken, stir in nuts.
  6. Spread in a butter 13 x 9 inch pan.
  7. Cut into squares when cool.


Most Helpful

Like everyone else my fudge did not set up. I followed the recipe exactly and it turned out to be more like a carmel. The flavor is good and would like to try it again. I wonder if the measurements are wrong or if something is missing in the recipe, just not sure. I have made fudge dozens of times and never had this happen. Hopefully the creator of this recipe can fix the midtake(if there is one) or give some helpful hints to fix this problem.

Mare F. November 07, 2015

The flavor is delicious. But, mine stayed liquid, too. I wil be trying it again, because my family loved the flavor.

jdiehl December 06, 2007

This tastes good if you like syrup. I measured exactly, cooked just as recipe required and still did not get candy. I started this at 5 PM.It is now 8 pm and I just gave up and poured into plate and put in refrigerator. I have made many kinds of candy over a lot of years and never had this problem. I wonder if there is a typo in the ingredient list? Anyway, thanks for an interesting experiance.

beancooker December 09, 2006

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