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Tropical Fudge

Tropical Fudge created by Nif_H

This has no chocolate in it, so perhaps it should just be tropical candy, but oh well! :) Time listed doesn't include cooling time.

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  • Grease an 8 inch square cake pan. Combine the evaporated milk, sugar and pineapple juice in a saucepan. Heat to 238F (soft ball stage), stirring constantly.
  • Remove from heat and stir in the butter until melted. Let stand - without stirring - until completely cool.
  • When cool, add candied fruit and lemon juice. Beat until crystallized.
  • Pour into prepared pan and score top with knife in 1 inch squares. Let sit until hardened.
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"This has no chocolate in it, so perhaps it should just be tropical candy, but oh well! :) Time listed doesn't include cooling time."
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  1. Nif_H
    At first I wondered about how this would taste and how it could be called fudge with these ingredients? Well, after it's made, it all makes sense! I used a mixture of candied pineapple, papaya and mango for this. I made as listed but I would recommend NOT waiting for the mixture to cool completely before adding the fruit. It is solid when it cools completely so I couldn't get it to set very well and it was quite crumbly. If you want something super sweet, then this is for you! Made for ZWT8. Thanks iewe! :)
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  2. Nif_H
    Tropical Fudge Created by Nif_H
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  3. iewe7726
    This has no chocolate in it, so perhaps it should just be tropical candy, but oh well! :) Time listed doesn't include cooling time.
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