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People would not quit hounding me for this. I made it for Christmas gifts with a few other kinds & this was all they'd talk about. They were threatening to steal it out of each other's mail boxes at work. I used white chips for the chocolate & vanilla instead of rum. Thanks for the winner recipe :)

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985635 January 30, 2010

I made three differant types of fudge this year from my Christmas Tray and this was really good. I've always had trouble getting the right consistancy for fudge and these directions made it really easy. I used a candy thermometer to measure the boiling time and it came out creamy and smooth. I did chill for about 2 hours to make sure it would cut and it was great. A differant taste from regular fudge and a nice treat. Thanks for posting.

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Bonnie G #2 December 23, 2009

I've made this twice now. The first time with the ingredients listed here (no nuts) and the second time I used Cinnamon eggnog, ground cinnamon instead of nutmeg, and vanilla instead of rum. Both times it turned out perfect and unbelievably delicious. This is a great recipe!!!!!

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Shandi January 22, 2009

This came out perfect. I followed the recipe exactly, except I backed off the rum extract to 1/4 tsp. as I don't like rum flavor in my egg nog. I also didn't have a candy thermometer so I boiled for 10 minutes and it came out perfect. Thanks for sharing. I will make it again.

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brian48195 December 26, 2008

I made this as one of three fudges for my Christmas baskets, and I know people are just going to love it! I have never heard of, made, or eaten eggnog fudge before. I am not a huge eggnog fan, but this tastes just like a vanilla milkshake (I think)! I have to admit, I did change a few things though: In place of the nutmeg in the fudge, I used cinnamon, and I sprinkled a little allspice on top of the fudge after it had cooled a little bit. I also used vanilla extract in place of rum extract. I also used a (12 oz.) bag of white chocolate chips instead of bar chocolate, and I omitted the nuts - I'm SORRY! Here, have some fudge. :) I boiled my mixture for 10 minutes, and I used a 9x12 pan, since I wanted to make a lot. The consistency was out of this world, perfect! I plan on trying it with maybe brandy extract..? My husband wants me to put nutmeg in it next time, and he doesn't even care for fudge OR white chocolate (but he loves eggnog). So, yeah, this one's a keeper. This is permanently on my holiday baking list. Thank you!

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Greeny4444 December 21, 2010

These definitely taste like eggnog but like others commented, it is pretty rich. I omitted the pecans. Maybe putting these in would have balance out the sweetness a bit.

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Schooter November 08, 2010

Okay, but I don't care for eggnog.

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padreaming March 14, 2009

So good and i think i even overcooked the chocolate. But very good. Some people couldn't tell there was eggnog in it, but i could for sure. So good. Good thing i only made half a batch.

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JAG0913 January 14, 2009

Lovely fudge and so easy! Used Horizon lowfat organic eggnog, my favorite, and a bag of white chocolate chips. Great combination of white chocolate and eggnog flavors. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama December 29, 2008

This was pretty good, the consistency was perfect. It was extremely rich however and you have to be in the mood for it!

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Amlaphq December 22, 2008
White Chocolate Eggnog Fudge