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Granny's Millionaire Fudge

By: Kay from Cooking with K
Grannys Millionaire Fudge
Granny's Millionaire Fudge
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You're not going to believe how delicious Granny's Millionaire Fudge really is. This is the perfect fudge to make for the holidays because it's the absolute best chocolate fudge recipe to give as a gift. It's the perfect old fashioned recipe that will make everyone nostalgic for grandma's fudge recipes. Who would have thought that the addition of marshmallow creme would make this dessert so rich and creamy? Plus, you can add some chopped pecans for a little bit of extra crunchiness in every bite.

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We can't use the pecans due to an allergy, but I think honey roasted peanuts might work well in this fudge. What do you think? Chocolate goes so well with peanut butter anyway that it might be a great addition. I will have to try it out and see what it ends up tasting like. I wonder about the texture too, but it should be similar to pecans and such.

This is without any doubt The Best fudge I have ever had! And VERY more-ish! :)) And as a hopeless chocoholic the fact that it includes chocolate makes it even better for me. We made it yesterday for the sleepover the children had last night and, needless to say, they finished every last crumb!

I am new to making fudge, and most of the recipes I have are made in the microwave. They are good, but they can't compare to Granny's Millionaire Fudge. The marshmallow creme is divine. I love scooping it out instead of cutting it into squares, it really makes it look special. I will be making a lot of this for Christmas this year.

I remember fudge being made like this when I was a kid too! This recipe makes a good amount of fudge. Marshmallow crme really makes a delightful tasting fudge. I make mine without nuts. Be sure and work quickly so the fudge doesn't harden up on you. Fudge is wonderful as a gift and on your dessert table. It's rich, so a little will go a long way!

it sounds so good

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