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Too cute for words
You can get a marshmallow spread?? I've been living in the wrong country!! o_O

Oh you poor deprived child.

Seriously good fudge.


3 cups granulated sugar
3/4 cup unsalted butter
2/3 cup evaporated milk
1 lb semi-sweet chocolate, chips or block chocolate chopped up
7 oz. jar Marshmallow Fluff
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 cup chopped walnuts

1 Prepare everything in advance and have ready to go - chopped chocolate, chopped nuts, best to have marshmallow cream already out of the jar and in a bowl that you can easily scrape out with a rubber spatula. Line a 13"x9"x2" baking pan with foil, butter the inside (alternatively, line the pan with waxed paper).

2 In a 3-quart, thick-bottomed saucepan, bring sugar, butter, and milk to a rolling boil on medium heat, stirring constantly once the mixture begins to bubble. Once the mixture reaches a boil, set your timer to 4 minutes. You will want to remove the mixture from the heat once it reaches 234°F on a candy thermometer (234°F at sea-level, adjust for altitude) which should take about 4 minutes. If you don't have a candy thermometer, just go with the four minutes.

3 Remove from heat. Quickly stir in chocolate and marshmallow cream. Once those have melted and are well mixed, stir in the vanilla and then the walnuts.

4 Pour into prepared pan.

5 Cool to room temperature before slicing (about 4 hours). You may want to chill in the refrigerator to get it more firm.

Note: Pecans can replace the walnuts if you're some kind of philistine. It's also okay with no nuts at all. Make only on special occasions unless you want to have a fat ass.

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Too cute for words
I prefer the manna that is chocolate peanut butter fudge.

In fact you can substitute peanut butter for some of the chocolate but what I prefer is to make the same thing with peanut butter instead of chocolate then take a bite of the chocolate, then a bite of the peanut butter, then a bite of the chocolate...

It's probably worth noting here that I substitute Splenda™ for the sugar, Sugar.


Staff member
I actually saw almond butter at the local Maxi a few hours ago. Peanut butter of the same size was $1.99, the almond butter .... $6.49.

Almonds are significantly more expensive than peanuts...they're also significantly better for you.


Staff member
You need the kind with sugar - otherwise it's like *gasp* health food store peanut butter!! :eek:


100% Pure Canadian Beef
You need the kind with sugar - otherwise it's like *gasp* health food store peanut butter!! :eek:

who the hell would buy helath food crap!!!!!!

(looks around at the thriving business he works for)

very nice people, that is who


Staff member
Health food store peanut butter is growing on me actually. It's pretty good.