How Do I Make Delicious Sugar Free Fudge

Several people have requested a sugar free fudge so here it is.
Several people have requested a sugar free fudge so here it is.
In this recipe we use Splenda in place of the sugar.
In this recipe we use Splenda in place of the sugar.

I have had several requests for a fudge recipe that is sugar free so here it is and this fudge is delicious. Try it and see what you think.

For Your Sugar Free Fudge Recipe You Will Need.

1. One and One Half Cups Splenda.

2. One Half Cup Margarine.

3. One Cup Evaporated Milk.

4. One 7 Ounce Jar of Marshmallow Creme.

5. Two And One Half Cups Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips.

6. One Teaspoon Vanilla Extract.

You will want to start by cooking your evaporated milk , your splenda , and your margarine until it comes to a boil and for five minutes after it boils stirring constantly with a wire whisk. Now remove from the heat and stir in the rest of your ingredients.

For the best results beat with an electric hand mixer for two minutes after you have added the other ingredients.

You will want to have a 13"X9" wax paper lined baking pan waiting and you now want to pour your fudge into the baking pan. Have the wax paper extending up and over the edges of the pan. Place your sugar free fudge into the refrigerator for two hours.

Now turn your fudge out onto a flat surface  and peel the wax paper away. Now cut up into one inch squares and serve chilled from the refrigerator.

This sugar free fudge still contains some sugar. But it will be very low in sugar compared with other fudge recipes. I hope those of you who need a sugar free fudge will give it a try. And please let me know how it turns out for you.

Splenda Notes

You can of course use splenda in most recipes that call for sugar. Just use a little less than the amount called for if you are using splenda in place of sugar.

This recipe is not 100 percent sugar free but it is very low in sugar compared with other fudge recipes. Try it and then post a comment below.
This recipe is not 100 percent sugar free but it is very low in sugar compared with other fudge recipes. Try it and then post a comment below.

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Pollyannalana 6 years ago from US

Haven't yet just jotted recipe down but sure will, I do most of my sweets making around Christmas through Feb. Sounds great. Thx

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