My mother made what I call Fudge Pies for my brother and I. It was just a simple pie crust with a chocolate syrup type filling that barely covered the bottom of the crust but was so delicious hot out of the oven when we got off that school bus. He and I would split one pie. I have tried various recipes for Fudge Pie with no luck; they are usually too custardy or too fudgey. Maybe I am giving it an incorrect name. Any ideas?
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Hello, I have been trying for years to make fudge, the kind that is boiled and made with powdered coco. I usually end up with fudge sauce or grainy fudge. HELP !!!!
Looking for an old fashion fudge recipe my granny made with nuts and raisins. Fudge was hard not soft. Thanks
This is an old recipe that I first heard of from my mother's ex-boyfriend. He loved the candy. My mother and I had never heard of it, so we asked his mother. It turns out she got it from her great grandmother, and it's even turned up in the White House Cookbook. It doesn't sound like a holiday treat, but that's when these tasty fudge drops get made. Here's my version of Sea Foam Fudge.
- 3 C Sugar
- 1 C Water
- 1 T Vinegar
Mix in a Saucepan and boil to 238 degrees (or whatever temp soft ball is on your candy thermometer) , make sure it boils at this temperature for a little bit
2 Egg Whites stiffly beaten *note, I use grade A large
Add syrup to egg whites, beating continuously until mixture stiffens. Add 1 tsp Vanilla and 1/2 C to 1 C Chopped Nuts (I prefer cashews, but any will do…use Salt Free)on a lower speed on mixer. Continue beating until mix turns creamy and stiff. Turn into buttered (do not use oil or grease, it kills the stuff) or onto waxed paper in spoonfuls. The Waxed paper method is MUCH MUCH easier. This will make enough to fit into a medium sized cookie tin.
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- 1 lowfat graham cracker crust
- 2 small bananas
- 1 box sugar-free butterscotch instant pudding
- 1 box sugar-free chocolate instant pudding
- 2 cups milk
- 12 oz. fat free whipped topping
- Sugarfree Butterscotch or Caramel ice cream topping
Cut bananas up and layer on bottom of crust.
Mix (I use a jar to mix) 1 cup of milk with chocolate pudding with mixer-just until blended. Spread on banana layer.
Mix 1 cup of milk with butterscotch pudding-just until blended.
Fold 6 oz. of whipped topping into butterscotch pudding. Spread butterscotch mixture over chocolate pudding.
Top with remaining whipped topping.
Drizzle the top of pie with ice cream topping.
Refrigerate for at least 4 hours before serving.
- 1 bag flavored chips (choco, white chocolate, cherry, etc)
- 1 can cake frosting to compliment chips ( peanut butter chips and chocolate frosting for example)
Melt chips in microwave safe bowl until stirable; stir in can of frosting and place in a dish that has been buttered.
Let set until firm, cut and enjoy.
Sometimes I add chopped nuts for variety
In a large heat resistant bowl:
- 12 oz. Bag Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
- ½ Cup of Butter or Margarine Cut up into smaller pieces
- 1 teaspoon of Vanilla
- 1 Cup of Chopped Walnuts (if desired)
In a medium to large pot:
- 10 Large or 44 Small Marshmallows
- 2 Cups Sugar
- 3/4 Cups Milnot (Condensed Milk) (you can get two batches from the 15 oz. can)
In a metal or glass bowl (something that can take high heat) put chocolate chips, margarine (or butter), vanilla and nuts (if desired). Set aside.
On a cookie sheet/or baking pan spray with pam and then put wax paper on the baking sheet.
In a medium sauce pan put marshmallows, sugar and Milnot and cook at low to low-medium heat until marshmallow are completely melted. Then, YOU MUST COOK THIS FOR AT LEAST 6 MORE MINUTES, stirring constantly. If you do not cook this for 6 minutes after the marshmallows melt, the fudge will not set. Keep the heat at low during this 6 minutes.
After the 6 minutes, pour the hot mixture over the other ingredients and stir until the chocolate and butter are melted.
Pour the entire mixture onto the wax paper in the cookie sheet/baking pan, spreading to desired thickness. Put in a cool place or refrigerator. It should set in a few hours or over night.
Cut to desired size.
- 4 1/2 c. sugar
- 1 lg. can evaporated milk
- 1/2 lb. butter
- 1 1/2 bags chocolate chips
- 1 (7 oz.) jar marshmallow creme
- 1 tbsp. vanilla
- Nuts (opt.)
Place sugar and evaporated milk into a medium size pot and bring to a boil.
Once milk comes to a boil add butter and boil for an additional 10 minutes. Remove pot from the heat and pour in chocolate chips and stir until they are all melted.Then add marshmallow crème, vanilla extract and nuts (optional). Mix well.
Pour into a greased or sprayed pan and refrigerate. This recipe makes about five pounds.
*Tip: All ingredients in this recipe are fairly inexpensive and the recipe will yield a lot. It makes a great gift for teachers,bus drivers, and anyone else you would like to send a little “Thank You!” to.
- 4 1/2 cups sugar
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 2 tbsp butter
- 1-12oz can evaporated milk
- 1-12oz bag semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 3-4oz packages German’s chocolate
- 2-7oz jars marshmallow creme
- 2 cups chopped nuts (optional)
- 1 tsp vanilla
Place sugar,butter and milk into a large saucepan and brings them to a boil. Turn down heat to medium and cook for 6 minutes making sure to stir constantly. Remove from the stove and add all remaining ingredients. Place into a lightly greased 9×13 pan. Cool and then cut into squares.
Really Quick Homemade Fudge:
- 1-16oz bag cream drop candy
- 1 cup crunchy peanut butter
Place cream drops into a bowl and microwave them in 2 minute intervals until they are melted. Add peanut butter and mix well. Pour into lightly greased or sprayed dish. Cool and then cut into squares.
Homemade Fudge Candy:
- 3 cups sugar
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 3 tbsp cocoa powder
- 1 1/2 cups milk
- 1 tsp vanilla
Combine all ingredients in a sauce pan and cook on medium to high heat. Add vanilla. Fudge will be ready when you can drop a small amt into cold water and it forms a hard ball.
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Hi, my mom is looking for a peanut butter fudge recipe that is pulled like taffy. A friend of hers had told her about it but she didn’t have the recipe either. Its an old recipe. Can anybody help?
I am looking for a recipe for Buttermilk Fudge. I’ve tried it before at craft shows and just love it!
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
This is a super simple peanut butter fudge recipe. It’s a lot of fun to make with the kids and also makes a nice frugal present. When I give these away as a gift, I allow them to completely cool, then package them in holiday themed plastic bags. Add a bow and you have a nice little gift that’s always welcome.
- 12 oz. Jar of peanut butter
- 1 can sweetened condensed milk
- 1 bag of chocolate (or Peanut butter) chips
Melt chips and peanut butter together over medium high heat. After they are completely melted together, remove from heat and mix in milk. Pour into pan lined with wax paper and chill for an hour or two. Then cut into squares and serve.
Submitted by HBHW reader Priscilla
I’m looking for a receipt for fudge that uses artifical sugar. Thanks for your help.
When I was little, my brother used to make a peanut butter fudge that was really good. I found it again years ago and it was surprisingly easy to make, but I lost it. Does anyone have one to share?
I am looking for a recipe for a Fudge Pie that has a fudgy consistency rather than a pudding consistency. Can anyone help?