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Apple Pie Fudge

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Rating: 2/5
2 reviews
1 comment

ready in: 1-2 hrs
serves/makes:   10

recipe id: 60575
cook method: stovetop

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1 cup applesauce
3/4 cup margarine
2/3 cup evaporated milk
3 cups sugar
2 cups marshmallow creme
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 cups powdered sugar (sifted)
1 teaspoon apple pie spice (or to taste)
nuts, optional


Combine first four ingredients in a saucepan, bring to a boil (to a soft ball stage). Stir constantly because mixture burns easily. Remove from heat.

Add marshmallow cream, vanilla, sifted powdered sugar, apple pie spice, nuts, if using.

Blend well, pour into greased 8x8 pan, for a thick fudge or a 13x9 pan if you like it a little thinner. Cool, cut into squares.

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REVIEW: 3 star recipe rating
DELICIOUS... BUT... mine didn't set up all the way. It wasn't runny but it wasn't fudgy either. Maybe boil past soft ball stage? I'm not sure.

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REVIEW: 1 star recipe rating
I made the fudge exactly as the recipe says I make fudge all the time & used my candy thermometer. It never set was very disappointed.

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I don't know yet as my fudge hasn't had time to sit up. But I didn't find in the recipe what tempature to cook the fudge or how long to boil it..approximately..

CDKitchen Staff Reply:
"soft ball stage" is a fudge making term that means you cook the mixture until a small amount dropped in water will form a soft, flexible ball that easily flattens when touched. You can use a candy thermometer (many have the stages printed right on them) but it should be about 235F.

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