3 Reviews

Great recipe - thank you! I used Nestle milk chocolate chips, 3/4 cup toasted pecans, 3/4 cup raisins, and about 3 cups miniature marshmallows (what was left in the bag). This took a total of 5 minutes to make and I thinks its as good as what I would buy in a candy store.

However, I had to chill it in the fridge before it would set-up so not sure yet how well this fudge would travel (i.e. to mail as a gift, or bring to a pot luck). Further extensive research will definitely need to be performed with multiple batches created in order to form a full opinion *grins*.

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Merry Cook May 31, 2011

Awesome recipe and SOOO easy. I used an 8.5 x 11 pan because I thought it spread out too thin in the bigger pan. I also used only 2 cups of marshmallows. Thanks for posting! I'll be making this A LOT!!

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K Conway2 December 15, 2010

Thanks for posting this Kelly. I had this recipe at one time and then lost it so I was very happy to see that it was on here. This was a very big hit on our Holiday trays. Probably the first thing to go. Delicious and easy. It only takes a few minutes to make a panful. I wish all my other candies were this easy.

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WaCookinFool December 26, 2009
Rocky Road Fudge