My mother always made the Hershey’s fudge from the recipe on the can. Over the years I have played with that recipe and this is my version. You may use any kind of nut you like (or none at all). Every Christmas my parents and children request this fudge and I am happy to make it for them. I’m sure you and your family will love it, too !
This is a delicious and easy recipe to follow. Thanks for sharing. My family loved this classic chocolate fudge recipe.
So glad to find this recipe again. Remember making it with my mom and grandma. Haven’t found any to really take it’s place. 🙂
This brings back memories of high school sleep overs. After supper, my friends and I would send Mom out of the kitchen and we’d clean up. Then…we’d giggle and make fudge using the recipe on the side of the Hershey’s cocoa can. Of course, then…we’d have to clean up the kitchen again. Sometimes we couldn’t wait for the ‘soft ball stage,’ and we’d just eat it with spoons. Such fun times. 🙂
This is a wonderful recipe which I have made several times!! Really easy and very creamy fudge. I think I will make another pan today!
I have never made fudge this way but I was very happy with the end result. Also used pecans and sprayed the dish with non stick cooking spray. I did cook the mixture until it reached 240 degrees on the candy thermometer. Great flavor and it is nice to now have two favorite fudge recipes. Thank you Nana Lee for posting Paula Deen’s recipe. Made and reviewed for the December Secret Ingredient game
2/3 ccocoa powder (i use hershey’s)
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