Maple-Walnut Fudge

  • Lawyerjen Posted: 12/13/08
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    This fudge is time-consuming and fussy, but the results are amazing! It is rich and creamy and utterly delicious.

  • Zipadeedooda Posted: 03/29/09
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    I was very excited to find a pure maple syrup fudge recipe but after making it, I was sadly disappointed. This recipe took over 2 1/2 hours to make. It's very tedious to make and after following every instruction to the letter I ended up with a 9x9 pan of sugar. It was so sickeningly sweet it wasn't edible. If I look back to the recipe I see that it's 2 cups of brown SUGAR, 2 cups of granulated SUGAR, 3/4 cup of maple syrup (SUGAR), and 1/4 cup corn syrup (SUGAR). There's very little else in this recipe to tone down the sweetness. I've had some wonderful maple walnut fudge in the past, but this recipe just doesn't make the cut. I had planned on giving some to an elderly neighbor when it was finished but I couldn't bring myself to give this block of sugar to anyone! If you want a creamy, delightful, maple fudge this isn't the recipe for you.

  • countrygramma Posted: 12/09/10
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    I was glad I read the whole recipe through, before I got started. This requires lots of controled steps. But if you stayu with it, it's well worth the demand of attention. Every one wanted to know where I ordered the fudge from. I really soaked up all the attention!! A keeper for sure.

  • cookieamity Posted: 06/22/11
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    This turned out amazing! It was time consuming, but most of the time is just spent waiting for it to cool before the final steps.

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