Old-Fashioned Fudge Recipe – rich homemade chocolate fudge made with semi sweet chocolate chips and marshmallow creme. A copycat See’s Fudge recipe just like grandma used to make.
Old-Fashioned Fudge Recipe
This Copycat See’s Fudge is so delicious and extremely easy to make. See’s Candies is definitely a Christmas favorite around our house and everyone loves their fudge! This recipe makes an entire 9×13 pan of delicious fudge, so it’s perfect for gift giving. This recipe comes straight from my Grandma Wanda’s Christmas candy collection. I was going to title this recipe Grandma Wanda’s Fudge, but I figured if Grandma Wanda called it See’s Fudge, then I should call it See’s Fudge too!
How to Make Old-Fashioned Fudge
- In a large bowl, combine semi sweet chocolate chips, marshmallow creme, butter, walnuts or pecans and pure vanilla extract. I used pecans because that’s what my family prefers, but the original See’s Candies fudge has walnuts.
- In a very large pot, heat sugar and evaporated milk until it boils, then continue boiling for 9 minutes. Remove from heat and add to chocolate chip mixture and stir until completely melted.
- Pour in 9×13 baking dish lined with foil and sprayed with nonstick cooking spray. Let cool, then refrigerate until firm. Slice into square pieces.
Ingredients You Will Need
- Semi-sweet Chocolate Chips
- Walnuts or Pecans
- Marshmallow Creme
- Vanilla Extract
- Granulated White Sugar
- Evaporated Milk
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Old-Fashioned Fudge Recipe - rich homemade chocolate fudge made with semi sweet chocolate chips and marshmallow creme
- 18 oz semi sweet chocolate chips
- 2 sticks butter 16 tablespoons
- 2 cups walnuts or pecans
- 1 7 oz marshmallow creme
- 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
- 4 1/2 cups granulated sugar
- 12 oz can of evaporated milk
Prepare a 9x13 baking dish by lining with foil and spraying with non stick cooking spray.
In a large mixing bowl, combine chocolate chips, butter, pecans, marshmallow creme and vanilla extract.
In a large heavy bottom cooking pot, combine sugar and evaporated milk.
Bring to a boil over high heat.
Once mixture starts to boil, stirring constantly, let it boil for exactly 9 minutes.
Remove from heat and pour into chocolate chip mixture.
Stir well until melted.
Pour mixture into 9x13 pan and let cool.
Refrigerate until set.
Use foil to remove from pan and cut into cubes.
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