Divinity Fudge

"My mother was known for her divinty and this recipe always came out perfectly. It melts in your mouth and is a holiday favorite. Also, this makes a great gift."
 
Divinity Fudge created by LiaCN
Ready In:
35mins
Ingredients:
7
Yields:
1 1/2 Pounds
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ingredients

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directions

  • Stir the first four ingredients together in a saucepan over low heat until the sugar is dissolved.
  • Boil without stirring to 265 degrees on a candy thermometer or until a little mixture that is dropped in cold water forms a hard, almost brittle ball.
  • Remove syrup from heat and slowly pour over stiffly beaten egg whites, while beating with a mixer until mixture loses its gloss and a small amount that is dropped from a spoon holds its shape.
  • Fold in nuts and vanilla.
  • Pour into a greased 9"x9"x2" pan or drop by spoonfuls onto waxed paper to cool.
  • Store in tins.

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  1. jjnrsmom
    My husband absolutely loves Divinity fudge and I want to try making it for him, but he doesn't like nuts. Will this recipe still come out good without adding the nuts?
     
  2. mommyoffour
    Excellent recipe for divinity. I made this last Christmas and used food coloring to tint them. We loved them. Perfect addition to any Holiday tray.
     
  3. barreras.family
    set beautifully even in our southern humid climate. good instructions. it does take a good while of beating after candy syrup is added to come to the correct consistency.
     
  4. FoxyRoxy69
    My first time making this fudge it came out splendidly.
     
  5. witchstorm
    This was my first attempt at divinity. I followed it step by step and it worked out perfect.
     

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