Candy Cane Fudge
Total TimePrep: 25 min. + chilling
Makesabout 1-3/4 pounds
This is awesome fudge! Recipe is easy to follow and the end result was delicious AND beautiful! Cut into small pieces - it's very rich and a small bite is perfect!!
This was a fun one to make, it turned out great
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This looks great and I"ll bet it is. I am going to try this. I read some of the reviews and for the person who said that theirs turned out liquid and didn't set. I think that maybe you might have added "milk". Real milk that is. When I read the recipe above there was a part that said to add milk but there is no milk in the ingredients list. Just the sweetened condensed milk. Other than that the recipe looks good. I've made fudge with just semi sweet chocolate and the sweetened condensed milk before and it works great. Hope this helps.
Why don't people read the recipe before getting worked up that it doesn't look right. Recipe clearly states to add remaining candy to the white chocolate (step #3).
Question: The photo illustration does not seem to match the recipe--looks like there is candy in the white layer. And I'm assuming they are served upside down, right?Also, would tinamarie explain how she got fresh strawberries to work in this recipe? (I love S-B's and chocolate)Thanks so much.
So yummy ... I substituted the candy for fresh sliced strawberry and it was great !!!
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This is a new family favorite! I made these as part of an assortment of cookies and candies given as gifts this year. They look so festive and the flavor is outstanding. We'll definitely be making these again...only we'll keep some for ourselves next time!