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Delighted to see this recipe already here so I didn't have to add it. I sift my dry ingredients together first to help with lumps and use Mexican vanilla.
I added the black walnut flavoring 1/2 tsp(will try 1 tsp next) used real butter, 1 c pecans and lined a 9x9 with wax paper for easy removal, and cooked until it boiled. Tasted GREAT a bit crumbly but I might have overcooked a bit, hardened without chilling nice glossy finish. Definitely will tweak this recipe for many future uses!
I've been making this for quite a few years. 1 lb confectioners sugar is 3 1/2 cups. I also use 1 tablespoon of vanilla and 1 cup of walnuts instead of the pecans. Also add 1/4 teaspoon of black walnut flavoring if I have some - can't always find it in our small town. I also mix the milk in first and put the butter on top before I microwave it. These are just minor changes to a very good fudge.
I've had better fudge this, but I've also had worse fudge that probably took a lot longer to make. For the small bit of effort put into it, this is some pretty awesome fudge. It's little on the crumbly side, but very chocolatey. I'll make this again for sure.
I have been making this fudge for years. I normally use wax paper to line the inside of my pan before filling it with the mixture and chilling. Once it is chilled, I just flip it out of the pan by the paper and cut into squares.
I made from the back of the Kroger Cocoa box. My kids and grandkids beg for it. Too easy! Thanks for publishing it.
Totally yummy, sooo easy. I didn't have any nuts so I mixed in a couples of tablespoons of peanut butter. I didn't last long in our fridge!
This is so YUMMY and easy to make. I love this recipe. It is so creamy,I have shared this recipe with fellow workers and they love it too. It is the BEST. Thanks for sharing.