Friday, December 18, 2009

See's Fudge

THE See's (famous chocolatier) fudge recipe. This fudge is incredible and has been a family tradition my whole life. I don't even make the mistake of trying other recipes because every time I taste someone else's fudge, it leaves me disappointed because of THIS recipe.


4 1/2 c. sugar
1 can evaporated milk
2 cubes butter
3 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
2 tsp. vanilla
2 cups chopped nuts (optional)


In a heavy pan over medium heat, combine sugar & milk. When you achieve rapid boil, time for 6 minutes. Stir regularly before boil, and then constantly during boil. In a large glass bowl have the butter & chocolate chips ready to go. After you time your boil, pour hot mixture over ingredients in glass bowl, add vanilla & nuts, and stir vigorously until completely combined. Pour into greased pan (9x13 at least).

Smooth, firm, and delicious!!


Tawnie said...

Thank you for posting this recipe. I really have wanted to make fudge this year but not all is worth trying. I think this is the recipe that made me start liking fudge. MMMMMM.

Karey said...

Funny! I just made some of this tonight. Of course, I loaded it with nuts. I've had about six pieces. That's why you can only make it once in awhile. It is sooo yummy!

This is by far the best fudge recipe I've ever tried. So much of the fudge around is grainy and sugary instead of creamy and delicious!

Scott / Lori said...

I have tried this fudge and it is unbelievably delicious. Perhaps it is time to teach my girls how to make fudge......the old fashioned way. Thanks!

The Lunch Lady said...

Can you please clarify - 2 'cubes' of butter...does that mean 2 sticks of butter?

Scott / Lori said...

Yes, two cubes means 2 sticks or 1 cup. Happy fudge making!