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Thursday, February 17, 2011

My Favorite Fudge Sans Marshmallow Recipe

I know, Valentine's Day has already passed but the truth is, I have always loved a decadent batch of homemade chocolate and nut fudge. Actually, I have gotten quite good at this lost art of candy making and hardly ever have to eat my fudge with a spoon anymore. Just like anything else done precisely and perfectly well, you have to practice, practice, practice. Not a hard thing to do with this ageless and perfectly wonderful Carnation Velvet Fudge recipe...sans marshmallow of course!

How to make Carnation Velvet Fudge:

3 oz semi sweet chocolate squares
3 cups sugar
2 T white corn syrup
1 cup Carnation evaporated milk
3 T butter
1 ts vanilla extract
1 cup chopped nuts

Place chocolate, sugar, white corn syrup, and milk in a large sauce pan on medium heat, stirring frequently. When candy thermometer reaches 240 degrees remove from heat...
Allow to cool, then add the butter, vanilla, and nuts...
Beat with a wooden spoon until the mixture loses its gloss and is easily poured into your favorite buttered fudge dish...
A recipe you would never want to live without!
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