I just love this fudge receipt and so do all of my family, they just keep asking me to make it for them. I was in Texas visiting and was asked to make my famous fudge. Thanks for having the receipt on the internet for me
Leah December 22, 2013 REVIEW:
Hi ladies, when I lived in the midwest I could find domino's confection sugar fudge recipe but since living out west, domino's is not stocked. I lost my original recipe which I cut off the box many years ago and went crazy because no other recipe I tried ever measured up to this one. My kids always preferred this one. Thanks to the internet I was able to find the exact recipe again and just made a double batch for the husband. It turned out perfect. My family prefers a more firm fudge as opposed to the real creamy ones. Now the recipe is saved to my favorites for future use. May have to print it out too just in case. Finding this recipe again has made my day.
Susan December 13, 2013 REVIEW:
This looks like the recipe that use to be printed on the 10X sugar box when I was a girl (long ago). It's a perfect basic chocolate fudge recipe. Nuts, mint or any kind of candy can be added but it's wonderful all on its own.
Sarah July 28, 2013 REVIEW:
This is direct from Domino and it's 100% fool proof! If you are new to making fudge I recommend this recipe because it will work every time.
Granny December 22, 2012 REVIEW:
I was given this recipe as a new bride in 1963 on a 3x5 card. My husband can't wait for Christmas every year to have his favorite fudge. It is a recipe shared by our entire family for the last 50 years. No change needed . It is definately a 5 star recipe.
Grandma H December 17, 2012 COMMENT: I've been making this for 40 some years. It can also be used for peanut butter fudge, which is the request I receive most of the time. Omit cocoa and when sugar has melted add 1/2 of an 18oz jar of peanut butter. Over medium heat stir until melted together.
For chocolate peanut butter adjust cocoa to about 1/3 cup - very good.
Ash December 14, 2012 REVIEW:
My mom has been making this fudge for as long I can remember. It's always been a special treat for Christmas time that I looked forward to each year. Now, my mom shared it with me so that I can do the same for my son. Mine isn't as good as Mom's, but is anything ever as good as hers?
Sue December 9, 2008 REVIEW:
I have to say I tried this and it's just the best. Easy and taste great. My entire family went crazy. This is now my Favorite recipe for Fudge. If you haven't tried it please do. I also add walnuts to one batch. Great for the holidays.
constructachef December 5, 2008 REVIEW:
This recipe was simple done in minutes and taste great.Its kinda hard to stir at first but thats because of the powders mixing other than that nothin to it it says use a 9x5 pan i used a 9x9 worked great this is simple done in 20 minutes clean up included well worth the time.
gin April 21, 2008 COMMENT: I've been making this fudge since 1980--right off the Domino Confectionary sugar box. It's always a big hit. Don't be afraid to add a little more milk, until it's nice and smooth ..(or half and half which really makes it creamy)! Many times I double the batch.
pam December 21, 2006 REVIEW:
This is a family favorite. My mom made it with us, and now I make it with my children. It's quick, easy, and tastes great. It is not as creamy as traditional fudge, but it is still my favorite. You can add nuts, too.
Just like the name says, this rich dessert is made with bread and essentially a custard sauce which is baked until set. Some of the variations on the basic recipe use croissants, pound cake, or even doughnuts instead of bread.