By Southern Polar Bear on December 12, 2005
Photo by AZPARZYCH
Photo by AZPARZYCH
"This is NOT just another fudge recipe, it is a Skaruup original! It is my standard fudge recipe, and if you try it, you will know why!! There is a copyright on the recipe, so I have included the following... This recipe is an original "Lunatic Fudge" variation of Mamie Eisenhower Fudge. It's simple to make, sets up very nicely without refrigeration, and has an excellent taste and texture. Don't be surprised if your friends tell you this is the best fudge they've ever had in their life. Honest. All I ask is that you don't modify this recipe, change it's name, or remove my copyright. Original recipe. (c) 1997 T. Skaarup. May be copied without modification. All rights reserved. By the way, cooking time is not "passive" work time because you have to stir the mixture the entire time it is cooking!"
Serving Size: 1 (2687 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"This is very good and rich! Made with marshmallow creme and cooked according to the desert directions (made in AZ at mom's house). Was very soft set, could have been partially due to the 95 degree temp. Will make as part of my holiday gift trays! Made for Fall 2009 PAC."
"This is a no fail recipe! I made three different batches by altering the chocolate and nuts. The first was semi-sweet chocolate with walnuts, the second white chocolate with toasted almound and the third was peanut butter flavored chips with spanish peanuts for the nuts. Each one turned out perfect and arranged in Christmas baskets made great gifts for those hard to buy for in my extended family. Thanks a bunch Southern Polar Bear."
"This is the same recipe that my family has made for over 30 yrs. with the exception of the "butter flavoring"...our recipe says: "vanilla, or flavoring of your choice"....It is an excellent fudge recipe... you can't mess this one up if you follow the directions."