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Looking For A Tnt Fudge Recipe

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Hi Does anyone have a great fudge recipe they would like to share, my son loves fudge and I thought I'd make him some for Christmas

Thanks!

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rachel ray has one... I am not sure its gluten-free .. I think that its worth looking up ..

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I use the one on the back of the marshmellow cream jar (Fantasy Fudge) and I always double it and use one bag of semi sweet chips and one bag of milk choc chips. Never fails for me!! When I get home I can post it, I am at work right now.

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rachel ray has one... I am not sure its gluten-free .. I think that its worth looking up ..

Her recipe just has sweetened condensed milk and chocolate chips. Optionally she mixes in other things like peanuts, etc. Double check your brands but all of that should be gluten free.

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Here is a fudge recipe my girlfriend just gave me and its really really good!

1 can Sweetened condensed milk

1 12oz. pkg milk choc. chips

1 tsp. Vanilla

chopped nuts (optional)

heat milk and chips together until chips are melted

Add nuts and vanilla, pour into greased pan and chill until set..

ENJOY!!!

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This is my Grandma's recipe. I just made it this weekend and even DH, who doesn't really eat sweet treats, loves it.

Remarkable Fudge

4 cups sugar

1 cup butter (1/2 pound)

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I love rachel ray's! We made some last week and are making some for gifts this weekend. You can use all chocolate or chocolate and butterscotch morsels (I think only hershey's butterscotch morsels are gluten-free).

Then we add all sorts of stuff to it: dried cranberries, coconut, raisins, nuts, broken up peppermint sticks. Its fast and easy. I don't do mine with the hole in the middle like she suggests, I just put it in a glass greased pyrex dish and cut them into pieces. I make it a day ahead of time and put it in the fridge so it sets up well.

susan

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Our favorite and its really easy is peanut butter fudge.

Microwave 1 cup of peanut butter and 2 sticks of butter until melted. Mix in 1 lb of powdered sugar and dump in buttered 8 inch pan. Refrigerate, get fat :lol:

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thanks everyone...I set this post to get emails if theres a reply but it doesn't seem to work

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I didnt reply sooner because I didnt know what "TNT" meant....but I have the same recipe as LoriC and I made it in a ring like Rachel Ray and gave them out for Christmas gifts! Very easy and tasty!

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This is the original Hershey's Fudge recipe. I have always loved this and like you, has ruined all other fudge for me. Last time I made it, my thermometer was off and I ruined it because it cooked too long. I should have used the soft ball method.

At one time, this recipe was lost to me. I was so thankful when I found it on the internet again.

Here is a link to my Dad's recipe. He makes it every Christmas. It has ruined all other fudge for me. :)

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I used to cater and we ALWAYS use the Fantasy Fudge a couple of tips tho

1. MUST use C & H sugar - it disolves best

2. Beat the living daylights out of it.- I set bowl in sink to get better leverage.

For peanut butter fudge, just use a bag of pb chips, yes it is smaller bag than choc but makes it a very creamy fudge.

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I just tried this one. Yum!

http://www.eatingwithfoodallergies.com/dairyfreefudge.html

I subbed in coconut oil and a few drops of artificial butter extract for the margarine and I used an extra cup of chocolate chips, making the whole thing chocolate rather than layered with the sunbutter. Tastes almost as good as what my mom makes. :P

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Are all of these ingredients gluten free? The marshmallow creme & nestle chocolate chips are OK? I'm REALLY new to this & wanted to make some fudge today but most manufacturers are closed for me to call. Let me know! Thank you! :-)

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