Divinity Fudge

You really need a candy thermometer for this recipe.

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directions

  • Combine corn syrup, water, salt and sugar.
  • Cook to 234°F.
  • Beat egg whites until stiff and pour 1/2 the syrup into them slowly, beating as you pour.
  • Cook the remaining syrup to 280°F then add it to the white mixture the same way as before.
  • Add vanilla and nuts.
  • Continue beating until mixture is thick enough to hold its shape when dropped by a spoon.
  • Pour into a buttered 9x9-inch pan.
  • Cool and cut into squares.
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"You really need a candy thermometer for this recipe."
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  1. TishT
    This is Tish's husband. I have grown up with divinity fudge. My grandmother used to make it every year for Christmas and it was always worth waiting for. I could eat half the batch myself!<br/>This recipe is exactly the same as hers. It turns out light and fluffy, not chalky and grainy. If you're a divinity fan this is the right recipe Thanks!!!
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  2. GrandmaG
    This is the same recipe my grandmother used except she used 1 cup chopped pecans instead of the walnuts. It's a must have at Christmas at our house! VERY SWEET!
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  3. GrandmaG
    This is the same recipe my grandmother used except she used 1 cup chopped pecans instead of the walnuts. It's a must have at Christmas at our house! VERY SWEET!
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  4. spunkymama
    I loved it. My hubby and I made it together. It turned out perfect. The candy themometer is a must!
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  5. Aroostook
    You really need a candy thermometer for this recipe.
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