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Old-fashioned fudge is an American candy that dates back to the 1880s and is considered a drier form of fondant. Recipes have basic ingredients, such as chocolate, butter and sugar, that are combined and cooked on a stov... More »

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Maple fudge recipes call for many of the same ingredients, including maple syrup, sugar, heavy cream and butter. Some recipes substitute milk for the cream, and others add vanilla extract or walnuts. Using brown sugar in... More »

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Food Network and In A Southern Kitchen both have simple recipes for old-fashioned fudge pie. Food Network's recipe uses real chocolate to flavor the pie, while In A Southern Kitchen's recipe uses cocoa powder. More »

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One reason fudge might be too soft is that it has not cooked at a high enough temperature for a long enough time. The fudge mixture needs to reach a temperature of 240 degrees Fahrenheit during cooking. More »

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About.com’s Five Minute Chocolate Fudge recipe combines 2 tablespoons of butter, 2/3 cup of evaporated milk, 1 2/3 cups of sugar and 1/2 teaspoon of salt. Mix the ingredients in a saucepan, and cook them over medium heat... More »

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One easy marshmallow fudge recipe requires you to combine sweetened condensed milk and semi-sweet chocolate chips in a saucepan, and heat until the chocolate is melted. Add in vanilla extract and miniature marshmallows, ... More »

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