Fudge confusion

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Maura

Fudge confusion

Trying to find nice easy fudge recipe for first time of making it. Keep seeing recipes that totally contradict one another. Some say DONT stir, others insist you MUST stir. Some use evaporated or condensed milk others insist on cream. They even argue about what type of cream. I fundraise for charity and sell my efforts so they have to be a good standard with no additives or nasties. Where can I find a good recipe for fudge please - needs to be foolproof! I can't afford to buy cream etc only to throw it away if it goe wrong. Very grateful for any advice.

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BettiC

fudge

If Marshmallow Fluff is available where you live this is a never fail recipe http://www.marshmallowfluff.com/pages/never_fail_fudge.html

It asks for semi - sweet chocolate but I usually find a mixture of milk/semi-sweet/dark is my family's favorite.

Also when I can afford it my daughter's prefer hazelnuts to walnuts.

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Maura

fudge recipes

Thanks for this info - had never heard of marshmallow fluff before so will look out for it.

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NateJ

Specialty American item

This is a regional USA item; I can't even get it easily in the western US.

Maura, if you're in Britain you can get it from amazon.co.UK, but I thought the price was rather eye popping!

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Welshcookie

Marshmallow fluff

You can also buy it in Aldi, to name one shop. Often one of their 'specials.'

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NateJ

Much better

I suspect aldi has a better price!

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Maura

Fluff!

Hi again - I have an Aldi close to where I live so could have a look for it. Would you say it was a healthy alternative though? I know cream and sugar are hardly healthy items but they are natural products as opposed to manufactured foodstuff. I would like to keep to natural foods if possible. Thanks for your help.

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Welshcookie

Fluff

Well, as they say, if there is something on the label your Grandmother wouldn't recognise, don't buy it!!

I have made loads of fudge over the years and I've never needed fluff.

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Maura

no fluff


'Well, as they say, if there is something on the label your Grandmother wouldn't recognise, don't buy it!!

I have made loads of fudge over the years and I've never needed fluff. '

I agree!

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SonyaK

Fudge confusion


"Well, as they say, if there is something on the label your Grandmother wouldn't recognise, don't buy it!! "

My Grandmother wouldn't have recognised 'Low GI' or 'ABC yoghurt cultures', or probably 'gluten free' !!!:)

 
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