Makeover Marbled Orange Fudge
Total TimePrep: 30 min. + chilling
Makesabout 2-1/2 pounds
this fudge is so yummy. I love the creaminess of the texture. I had to make it when I saw it. It reminds me of a creamsicle or orange push pop as a child.
Outstanding! Easy recipe to follow directions!!!
Easy and delish and best of all the grand kids love it! I also make it with root beer extract.
I made this fudge for a company cooking contest...and I won!! I have a 3 ft trophy on my desk to show for it!! All of my co-workers and customers that had it still rave about it to this day!!
I make this fudge a lot. At Christmas time I substitute mint extract for the vanilla and add green food coloring. It is a big hit at work and I am asked every year if I am making the fudge again. I do the orange fudge for Halloween and at Easter time I will do a strawberry fudge.
This fudge would not set up. I even put it in the freezer and it's still real soft. I followed the directions to a T. Don't know what happened.
Made this super quick (except for cooling)! Family absolutely LOVES this yummy orange fudge. Already asking for more!
I just got done with this recipe; first of all, I thought it looked adorable, with the colors and all, swirled in the pan. Then, I couldn't stand it anymore and snuck a corner out the pan: it was delicious, and didn't really need that long to set up; which worked out great because I needed that pan for another Easter dish. Thanks! I'm keeping this! Update: husband just got home and ate a bite: "tastes just like ice cream".
Very good, a little too sweet. I have been asked for the recipe. Next time I will use less sugar.
Vary good fudge