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Hot Fudge Hat
Food Network Rating: (2 Reviews)
Total Time: 1 hour 0 minutes   Yield: 6 servings
Level: Intermediate   Cuisine: Fusion
Directions: To make hot fudge:Melt butter in a medium saucepan. Add whipping cream and bring to a rapid boil (be careful not to burn). Add both brown and granulated sugars and cook over low to medium heat, until sugar has dissolved. Add the salt and the cocoa to More »
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Old-Fashioned Chocolate Fudge Recipe - Allrecipes.com

allrecipes.com/recipe/9420/old-fashioned-chocolate-fudge/

This fudge is easy to make and very delicious. Enjoy this with your loved ones. For best results be sure to use a candy thermometer.

Hershey's Old Fashioned Rich Cocoa Fudge - Food.com

www.food.com/recipe/hersheys-old-fashioned-rich-cocoa-fudge-4573

This is a crumbly, sugary old fashion fudge....from the back of the Hershey's Cocoa can. Cook time is cooling time. If you are having trouble with it "setting up",  ...

Old Time Chocolate Fudge Recipe : Paula Deen : Food Network

www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/paula-deen/old-time-chocolate-fudge-recipe.html

I guess it's coz we made it as kids, chocolate chips too expensive at that time, so used what was on hand and fairly cheap. This is a true old fashioned fudge, ...

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Combine cocoa with sugar in heavy saucepan and mix with wire whisk. Uncover pan, clip on a candy thermometer, making sure it doesn't touch the bottom of the pan, reduce heat to low and cook gently to 232 degrees (soft ball stage). The candy will not dissolve back into... More »
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Hershey's Kitchens | HERSHEY'S Rich Cocoa Fudge

www.hersheys.com/recipes/en_US/recipes/5303/hersheys-rich-cocoa-fudge.html

VARIATIONS: NUTTY RICH COCOA FUDGE: Beat cooked fudge as directed. Immediately .... I am sure that it used to be called "Old Fashion Fudge." I had to call ...

A Christmas Tradition: Old Fashioned Fudge - Instructables

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Grandma was the best fudge maker. When the snow started flying, out came the wooden spoon and saucepan. And, oh boy, did we gather around for the best ...

Chocolate Fudge recipe from Betty Crocker

www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/chocolate-fudge/291eba83-d1b8-4ffb-9c5e-189c7dc6ae15

Good old-fashioned fudge! It'll take care of your sweet tooth and chocolate cravings all at once.

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May 24, 2013 ... This is a recipe from the 1950's Hershey's Cocoa Box with a few alteration on my part. I've given the orginal recipe and my own version with ...
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Dec 4, 2013 ... A delicious chocolate fudge recipe. This fudge is very sweet, bursting with flavors of chocolate- not to mention, it melts in your mouth. Here's a ...
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Q: How to Make Old-Fashioned Fudge (Buttermilk Fudge Recipe)
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Q: How do I make old fashion fudge? (not made with marshmellow cream...
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Q: Why won't my old fashioned fudge turn out?
A: When I make old fashioned fudge, I use the recipe on the back of the cocoa box. I don't use a thermometer, I drop a spoonful of it in cold water and when it mak... Read More »
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Q: Old-Fashioned Fudge Recipe, Please?
A: Sorry, that was REALLY vague. A few things about fudge:-you really have to keep stirring it the whole time.-it will boil up hugely, you need to use a large pan ... Read More »
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Q: Dessert A Christmas Tradition: Old Fashioned Fudge
A: Grandma was the best fudge maker. When the snow started flying, out came the wooden spoon and saucepan. And, oh boy, did we gather around for the best treat in ... Read More »
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