5 Reviews

This is GREAT! For people who don't want to bother with the candy thermometer, I used the same method as the one for raspberry fudge (http://www.food.com/recipe/raspberry-cheesecake-fudge-342983) and it worked out great. I added the pumpkin and the spices AFTER cooking the sugar/butter/milk together and it had just a really great flavor.

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Den G. April 27, 2014

Delicious, and a wonderful, unique spin on fudge. I make traditional fudge every holiday season, but wanted to try something different this year. This really fit the bill and was easy to prepare. My friends were very pleased to receive this in their gift baskets! Thanks for sharing.

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JackieOhNo! February 18, 2014

ssuch a shame I live in the uk as we do not have canned pumpkin, or marshmallow cream, so it looks like I can't get to make them!!

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bonesytrev November 24, 2013

I like to add 1 tsp salt at the beginning but this is amazing fudge either way

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Stephen B. November 03, 2013

Delicious and 5 stars because I think they look like a million bucks (give or take a few thousand). *PAC Spring 2013*

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gailanng April 01, 2013
Spiced Pumpkin Fudge