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Old 12-20-2012, 11:30 PM   #21
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Fluff brand marshmallow fluff only has Corn Syrup, Sugar Syrup, Dried Egg Whites and Vanillin. No HFCS. Not a scary ingredient list to me. It's nice to see a junk food that isn't filled with crazy stuff!
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Old 12-20-2012, 11:43 PM   #22
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Oh Stop that I love the stuff and could just eat it right from the can
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Me too, Ma! And it makes killer caramel and dulce de leche!
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Old 12-21-2012, 12:18 AM   #23
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This looks good! If someone else already asked this, I apologize, but I didn't see it -- Is it a large or small package of pudding? I'm assuming it is a large one, but I wanted to make sure.
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This looks good! If someone else already asked this, I apologize, but I didn't see it -- Is it a large or small package of pudding? I'm assuming it is a large one, but I wanted to make sure.
I don't know if anyone asked before, and I am sorry I didn't put it in, but in the days when my mom first made this I am sure they only had the 4 serving size. That is what I have always used and it worked. It is hard when you get old recipes that you are just used to and then pass them on to other people!
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Me too, Ma! And it makes killer caramel and dulce de leche!
It just isn't any good in potato soup I think is what the consensus is

My apologies Chief! You know I love you!
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I don't know if anyone asked before, and I am sorry I didn't put it in, but in the days when my mom first made this I am sure they only had the 4 serving size. That is what I have always used and it worked. It is hard when you get old recipes that you are just used to and then pass them on to other people!
I know what you mean! And thanks!
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I have made a number of fudges using nothing but eagle brand condensed milk and chocolate chips. If I remember correctly I did 4 cups of chips to a can of condensed milk. Double boil the chips, add condensed milk, ta da!
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Hi Goboenomo. Sounds great! If you cant get hold of chocolate chips what is the equivalent in slab chocolate? My daughter will love this. I have been threatening to make fudge for ages :)
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Hi Goboenomo. Sounds great! If you cant get hold of chocolate chips what is the equivalent in slab chocolate? My daughter will love this. I have been threatening to make fudge for ages :)
Blue Butterfly, my recipe, listed below in the first post of this thread doesn't call for chocolate, just a chocolate pudding mix.
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The fudge is great, Laurie. I made chocolate and butterscotch at Christmastime. Glenn really enjoyed it, especially the butterscotch. He's not much of a chocolate eater.

I soooooo wanted to make pistachio but no one that I could find made the cook-and-eat version. Just the instant. Boo!
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LP's Mom's Easy Fudge I pulled out this recipe for Kades and thought I would post it in case anyone else is interested in a TNT no fail fudge recipe. This is a fudge I grew up on. It is fast, easy and stays firm. I have tried both butterscotch and vanilla (not instant) puddings. I have left the raisins and nuts out, used all nuts, changed it up with candied cherries, cranberries, whatever you want. [B]Easy Fudge[/B] 1 package Jell-O Chocolate pudding mix (not instant) 1/4 cup margarine 1/4 cup milk 1 1/2 cups icing sugar 1/4 cup chopped nuts 1/4 cup raisins Combine pudding, margarine and milk. Bring to a boil and boil 1 minute stirring constantly. Remove from heat, stir in sugar, blending well. Add nuts and raisins and pour into a greased 4 1/2 x 8 1/2 (loaf) pan. Cool and when set cut into squares. 3 stars 1 reviews
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