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How Do I Make Yummy Fantasy Fudge

Updated on June 19, 2013
Here's a delightfully delicious recipe for fantasy fudge.
Here's a delightfully delicious recipe for fantasy fudge.

How Do I Make Yummy Fantasy Fudge.

Marshmallow Creme is the trick for making perfect fudge each and every time. And the Kraft Marshmallow Creme makes the best Fantasy Fudge ever. And fudge is a traditional treat around the Holidays in the United States. But you can really make fudge anytime you want to and this fantasy fudge is one of the easiest to make fudges you will ever make or eat.

For your fantasy fudge you will need.

1. Two and 1/2 Cups of Granulated Sugar.

2. One Half Cup Margarine.

3. One Half Cup Evaporated Milk.

4. One 7 Ounce Jar Kraft Marshmallow Creme.

5. Two Cups Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips.

6. 1 Cup Fine Diced Pecan Pieces.

7. 1 Tablespoon Vanilla Extract.

First of all you will want to line a 13"X9" pan with wax paper so that it extends over the edge.

In a large heavy duty sauce pan combine your sugar , margarine and evaporated milk and bring to a boil. Cook for five minutes stirring constantly during that five minutes to prevent sticking. Then remove from heat.

Add half your pecans , the chocolate chips and the marshmallow creme and beat smooth.

Pour out into the wax paper lined pan and then sprinkle the rest of your pecans on top and push them down with a spoon. Place into the refrigerator for two hours and then take out and turn out onto a flat surface and peel your wax paper away. You have just made yummy fantasy fudge that everyone will love.

And as I said this fudge is easy to make and the flavor is just so delicious.

Have you had fantasy fudge? Tell us about it below.

If you make the Fantasy Fudge please post a comment below and tell us about it. How did it turn out for you.
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    • Hendrika profile image


      7 years ago from Pretoria, South Africa

      I do not think we get the marshmallow creme in South Africa, well, at least I have never seen it. I will try to find out because this recipe sounds really tasty and easy other than normal fudge with all that beating!

    • crazyhorsesghost profile imageAUTHOR

      Thomas Byers 

      9 years ago from East Coast , United States

      I will find a recipe that will work for you. Let me check around.

    • Russell-D profile image


      9 years ago from Southern Ca.

      It's that 2 and 1/2 cups of sugar that locks us Diabetes II folk out. Find a substitue that works in the non-sugar category and you'll get us involved. David Russell


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